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Romeo and Juliette the first bear cubs

altThe first bear cubs of 2014 arrived on March 17 from Revelstoke, BC. Early in the morning a group of loggers showed up at their logging site to find two little bear cubs out stumbling around. The owner of the company shut down the site and left the two cubs to see if mom would come and collect them. By 3pm the cubs were still there. They looked around for a den and any sign of mom, but found nothing. So Critter Care took the cubs into care. This brother and sister duo will stay with us for about 15 months (till June 2015). The family that was responsible for their rescue named them Romeo and Juliette.



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Critter Care Dinner & Auction PDF Print E-mail

CCWS 15th Annual Dinner & Auction





Saturday, April 26, 2014

Langley Seniors' Centre
20605 51B Avenue, Langley, BC

No Host Bar/Wine & Beer only – 5:30 pm
Dinner – 7:00 pm


  • Door Prize - Private Sunset Yacht Cruise for four - Value $1,000.-
  • Live / Silent Auctions
  • 50/50 Draw & more



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Tickets - $55 each
Limited seating – purchase tickets now to avoid disappointment! Don't delay! Tickets sold out fast last year.



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Critters In The Garden PDF Print E-mail

Hand-Painted Adirondack ChairCritter Care Wildlife Society is excited to announce the Critters In The Garden - Art Fundraiser Auction to Benefit Critter Care Wildlife Society.
Local artists will hand-paint our famous Muskoka Chairs.

The Auction will take place on August 16, 2014 from 10 am to 5 pm on Fraser Highway between 204th street and 206th street, in partnership with the Downtown Langley Arts Association.

Stay tuned for further details and visit:

Critter Care Wildlife Society provides short and long term care to native mammal species and, through rehabilitation and public education, helps prevent suffering of injured and orphaned wildlife.