Thank you so much!
The 2023 BC SPCA Calendar Contest presented by Hill's Pet Nutrition is over!
Congratulations to our winners, and a huge THANK YOU to everyone who entered or voted. We wish we could award every one of you. Your kindness and compassion for animals continues to bring hope to those in need.
Sign up for a reminder for next year's contest
While you're waiting for the 2024 Calendar, consider grabbing this year's calendar on sale for only $4.99. You'll be kept company by adorable animals every month.
Calendar Cover: Chester
Calendar Months - Dogs Category: Maddie, Max Odell, Stuart and Martha, Tetley, Panda, The Dude Duke
Calendar Months - Cats & Others Category: Kitty, Eddy, Nyang Nyang, Chowder, Cookie, Archie
Bonus Half Page: Ryder
Hill's Honourable Mention: Ruben
Buttercup the dog says, "Thank you to all the kind folks who voted for me! Because of you I get to represent animals in BC SPCA care across the province with a special feature in the calendar."*
*The shelter animal feature is a special spot for shelter animals, not winnable in the contest.
Greeting Card Winners
12 Dogs - see them here
12 cats - see them here
12 other animals - see them here
Custom Pet Portrait Winners
Early Bird Leader Prize - Dogs Category: Maddie
Early Bird Leader Prize - Cats & Other Amazing Pets Category: Kitty
Custom Pet Portrait Draw Winner - Bella
BC SPCA Calendar Contest
The BC SPCA Calendar Contest presented by Hill's Pet Nutrition is back from February 1-18. Enter your special pet for the chance to win a spot* in our 2024 Calendar.
All you have to do is sign up and invite your friends and family to donate in support of your amazing furry friend. The thirteen (13) animal heroes (12 months and one cover) with the most votes at 10 p.m. PST on Saturday, February 18, 2023 will win a spot* in the 2024 BC SPCA Calendar.
There are more ways to win than ever this year, including the Hill's Honourable Mention, the NEW Bonus Half Page and 36 greeting cards. See all prize details here.
Make your animal a light in the dark for abused, neglected and homeless animals across B.C. Together we can give them the help they so desperately need.