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Tessa’s Time To Shine

By Daniel Quagliozzi New cats enter the shelter everyday and everyone of them has a story to tell. Every now and again, a unique case like Tessa captures the interest of the Cat Behavior Team, both as a challenge and … Continue reading

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When Cat Meets Dog….The road ahead can be rocky

By Daniel Quagliozzi In all my years of working with cats in a shelter environment, perhaps the most popular question asked is; “Can you help me find a cat that will get along with my dog?” As simple as this … Continue reading

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From Fear to Friendship: Working with undersocialized kittens

By Jamey Walker Every year at about this time the SF SPCA starts to take in under-socialized kittens to try and rehabilitate them. These kittens are the product of Mama cats that are either feral or have had their babies … Continue reading

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Give Your Cat An Over-Stimulus Plan

By Daniel Quagliozzi Just like people, cats are unique is so many ways, especially when it comes to petting and playing. Of all the activities a human can provide for a cat, they seem to love these two activities the … Continue reading

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