The Newsroom

The San Francisco SPCA newsroom provides the latest news and information about our work and the field of animal welfare.

For all media requests, please email publicrelations@sfspca.org.

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Recent SF SPCA Press Releases

San Francisco SPCA Launches Affordable Walk-In Clinic

Hundreds of Animals Saved Through Central Valley Transfer Coalition

San Francisco SPCA and Macy’s Partner for 32nd Annual Holiday Windows

San Francisco SPCA Presents the “Cuddle Me Festival”

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SF SPCA in the News

SF Gate
Puppies and kittens are coming to Macy’s windows next week
Last year, more than 750 volunteers helped to find families for 261 cats and dogs. The SF SPCA (in conjunction with Macy’s San Francisco) is currently looking for volunteers for this year.

DatingAdvice.com
Since 1868, the San Francisco SPAC Has Sheltered Animals in Need While Fostering Human Connections
Animal shelters give people the chance to pick out their own wing-dog (or wing-cat) and join a network of animal lovers. People can become acquainted and help a good cause at the same time by helping out at a local animal shelter.

KQED
New California Law Gives ‘Vicious’ Dogs a Second Chance
California will no longer label dogs seized from illegal fighting rings as “vicious,” making safe rescue dogs more likely to get adopted. Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation Monday to give dogs with cruel owners a chance at rehabilitation.

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