My partner and I adopted Ducky (formerly Chuck) from the SF SPCA back in March. Since then he has settled well into his new surroundings in Marin County. Ducky came to us through a partnership with the SF SPCA and Humane Society International as one of 64 dogs rescued from a Korean dog meat farm. We thought we had our work cut out for us with him, but the truth of the fact is that when we got him back to our home all he wanted to do was love us! He has taught us more than we have taught him. It is amazing that a dog that came from such horrible...

In December 2015 we lost our 23 year old cat, and after several months we were ready to take some new cat friends into our house. We went to the SF SPCA in March and spent a long time visiting all the cats and kittens available. When we entered the room with Sugar there was no question that he would be coming home with us—he immediately jumped down from his perch and started winding around our legs. He was friendly from the moment we met him, and as he's become more comfortable in his new home. He's become a staple of our lives. He's a heavy boy at...

Mona (left) came to live with me as an orphaned five-week-old kitten in Boston in 2008 (Mona is Gaelic for "Little Nobel One"). She and I were both in need of some extra TLC at the time. In 2011, we moved with my now husband to San Francisco, and Mona has adjusted extremely well. She gets her veterinary care at the SF SPCA Pacific Heights Campus. In September 2015, I received a regular email from the SF SPCA about adoptions and Alfred (right) was featured as available. The moment I saw his picture, I knew he'd found his forever home. He was nearly...

San Francisco SPCA’s Sister Shelter Celebrates Record-Breaking Year

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

More lives were saved at Stockton Animal Services in 2015 than ever before!

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF., January 20, 2016 - Last year was the best yet for the San Francisco SPCA’s Sister Shelter, Stockton Animal Shelter (SAS). Adoption numbers were higher than ever before, major improvements were made to the shelter itself, and SAS’ services continued to grow and expand. In November 2012, the SF SPCA began offering assistance to SAS with the intention of improving shelter conditions and saving as many lives as possible.

The San Francisco SPCA and Macy's Partner for 29th Annual Holiday Windows

Monday, November 2, 2015

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF., November 2, 2015 – Celebrate the season by joining the San Francisco SPCA and Macy's for the 29th annual Holiday Windows event. The window displays feature adorable – and adoptable – cats and dogs who need loving homes. This tradition is one of the most beloved symbols of the holiday spirit in San Francisco.

Pouts for Pets

Join us at Sephora Union Street on Sunday, September 13th at our Pouts for Pets Beauty Breakfast and support the San Francisco SPCA's mission of saving and protecting animals in our community.

Bring your dog or make a new furry friend at our store, indulge in beauty services from our cruelty-free brands and chat with experts from the SPCA, have fun in our "paparazzi style" photo booth, and enter to win great prizes, all wh

#PawitForward Puppy Playdate

Join AppDynamics as they host an epic puppy play date in SoMA benefiting the San Francisco SPCA. Donate $15+ to receive a slot at the event and a doggy gift bag.

If you've been thinking of a adopting a pet the SPCA will be showcasing 5 pups available for adoption. Come meet your new best friend!

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