Hot on the heels of a hugely successful Feral Fix weekend in March, the San Francisco SPCA is gearing up for another team effort to get out in front of the inevitable approach of Kitten Season.
San Francisco SPCA to Offer Free Spay/Neuter Procedures for All Pit Bulls during Entire Month of March
After performing more than 550 free spay and neuter surgeries for San Francisco’s cats and dogs in February, the San Francisco SPCA has declared March “Pit Fix Month” and will offer free spay/neuter procedures for the city’s pit bull and pit mix population. San Francisco residents can schedule appointments on a first-come, first-served basis with the SF SPCA’s Spay/Neuter Clinic.
The San Francisco SPCA is offering the public two ways to get expert answers to their pet questions: through a weekly feature on 7x7.com and open Twitter sessions on Fridays afternoons. Dr. Jennifer Scarlett, DVM and co-president of the SF SPCA, answers at least one question every Wednesday on 7x7.com and responds to questions on Twitter @sfspca from 12:00 to 1:00 pm Pacific Time on Fridays.
San Francisco Pet-Friendly Hotel Monaco Partners with SPCA to Host Valentine’s “Smooches With Pooches” Fundraiser
San Francisco SPCA Co-President Named Recipient of the 2011 Association of Shelter Veterinarians Meritorious Achievement Award
The San Francisco SPCA Board of Directors today announced the appointment of Jason Walthall and Dr. Jennifer Scarlett, DVM, as permanent co-presidents. Walthall and Scarlett have served as the organization’s interim co-presidents since May 2010; their formal appointment by the board is effective immediately.
The San Francisco SPCA and Macy's Team Up for 24th Annual Macy's Holiday Windows Pet Adoption Campaign
The San Francisco SPCA is teaming up with Macy’s for the 24th annual Macy’s Holiday Windows featuring adoptable animals from the SF SPCA. The Windows will be unveiled on Friday, Nov. 19, 2010 and last through Sunday, Jan. 2, 2011. Shoppers and pet-lovers alike are encouraged to visit and adopt some of San Francisco’s cutest cats and dogs from the Windows located at Stockton and O’Farrell streets in Union Square. The SF SPCA has a goal of 320 adoptions by Jan. 2, 2011.
The San Francisco SPCA today announced the launch of www.eco-dog.org, a new website dedicated to protecting natural resources and preserving on- and off-leash dog walking in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Eco-dog.org is sponsored by the San Francisco SPCA (SFSPCA) and was developed with coalition members:
G-Star, a 2-month old kitten has been reported missing from the San Francisco SPCA’s adoption facility. We are very concerned for G-Star’s well being and are eager to have him back at the SFSPCA. The SFSPCA is offering a $500 reward for his safe return and we will not ask questions or press charges against anyone who comes forward with information; we simply want him back in our care.