From the toy-chasers to the lap-snugglers, everything we do is for the love of pets. Take a look at all the ways we make pet adoptions even more special, including behind-the-scenes SF SPCA stories, special events, and other pet-centric matters.Visit the official San Francisco SPCA website to learn more.
Fuzzy! “I’m still adjusting to the shelter, but I’m happy to no longer be lost and alone on the streets of San Francisco. My dream is to meet a patient adopter who will help me learn to trust again. I just want a loving, quiet home where I can relax and let my true, spunky personality shine through!” http://tinyurl.com/mbv2wg2
Calling all Volunteers!
They need you. We need you. Volunteer for the animals. The SF SPCA offers a variety of volunteer opportunities, and all make a true difference to the animals in our care.
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Tag Archives: SF/SPCA Cat Behavior
Dear SF/SPCA Cat Behavior Program, We adopted “Taurus” about a year ago from your facility. He has been renamed “Vincent”. He was shaved with a lion cut when we first adopted him and he has since grown out most of … Continue reading →
By Rod KilpatrickSF/SPCA volunteer First, a confession: I’m a relative newcomer to feline society. It wasn’t until fouryears ago that a couple of kittens named Gary and Sponge took over my wife’sand my house, conferred briefly in a corner of … Continue reading →
Hi folks. Sorry for the extended absence. This has been one busy summer for all of us at the San Francisco SPCA! The following short is one of a three part series, with The SF/SPCA’s Feline Care Coordinator; Daniel Quagliozzi. … Continue reading →
Right now, at The SF/SPCA Maddie’s Adoption Center, we’re overflowing with feline faces. Sure, we have the requisite young kittens, but down these halls there’s another group of cats – our Cougars…and our Silver Foxes… These guys and gals have … Continue reading →
By Daniel Quagliozzi Wow, sometimes it just boggles the mind that a cat so great, and so full of personality and so young (3 years old), sits in a shelter, just waiting for the right person to come in and … Continue reading →