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.
Chloe! “When I arrived at the SF SPCA I had a terrible case of Demodex, which is a skin problem caused by mites. I spent several weeks recovering in a foster home, but I’m all better now and ready to find my forever home! I’ve got a lot of puppy energy and I’m still learning, so I hope to find … Continue reading →
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 →