Non-Profit Animal Rescue

Adopt a Pet

Operating in the Kimberley & Cranbrook, BC Canada area, our goal is to rescue unwanted, abandoned, abused, stray, or kill-shelter environment pets.




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Getting Involved

Save an Animal

Adopt a Pet

We rescue unwanted and abandoned animals, including surrenders, within the Cranbrook/Kimberley area.

Make a Donation

We also accept donations of food, crates, money and various other supplies to help with the recovery of the animals that come into our care. Donations can be dropped off in the community box outside 860 301 St., Marysville or at Pet Valu (clearly label items are for M2BL, please) or the donation box outside of Tanglefoot vets.

What we do

Our Services

Finding Pets a Home

We will work with you to find the right animal for your home situation and lifestyle. Adoptions are refundable within the first 2 weeks. Fill in your Adoption Application today.

Rescuing Pets

Part of our mission is to rescue domestic animals and provide a stable environment for them to thrive in, with loving people committed to their health.

Spay & Neuter

All of our Cats and Dogs are spayed or neutered prior to being adopted to a new family and are part of the Adoption Fees collected.

What Drives Us

Our Mission Statement

To be present in the community and reach out to as many neglected and abused animals as our resources will allow.

To place these Meant 2B Loved animals into committed, caring, and loving homes.

Get Involved

Our organization relies on volunteers and foster homes to operate. If you are looking to volunteer or become a foster home complete your application on the Form Page.

Pet Adoption Notes

Adopting VS Buying

Please remember that your “Free” animal still costs a lot of money.

There is a cost for items such as:

  • Spay/Neuter
  • First Shots
  • First Veterinarian Check

Your adoption fee from Meant 2B includes spay or neuter, updated shots, and a physical checkup by a veterinarian.