The San Francisco SPCA Board of Directors today announced that Jan McHugh-Smith will resign as president, effective upon completion of her contract in March 2010. Jan has decided to return to Colorado to be closer to her family and accepted a leadership position with a regional humane society.
Looking Good! SOMA Pet Day Benefit for San Francisco SPCA hosted by the San Francisco Institute of Esthetics & Cosmetology
The San Francisco Institute of Esthetics & Cosmetology, a Paul Mitchell Partner School, is presenting SOMA Pet Day on Saturday, August 22, 2009, 11AM – 3PM. The free event is a benefit for The San Francisco SPCA.
The San Francisco SPCA Wins Best of the Bay for Best Non-Profit by Readers of San Francisco Bay Guardian
The San Francisco SPCA (www.sfspca.org), the city’s leading privately supported, non-profit animal welfare organization, is thrilled to announce it has been voted the best non-profit by the San Francisco Bay Guardian’s annual “Best of the Bay”.
The San Francisco SPCA, the city's leading privately supported, non-profit animal welfare organization, has launched its online guide for summer health and safety.
Whether traveling out of town or staying home, out in the garden or planning long hikes, The SF/SPCA offers this guide for quick and easy reference:
Today, July 8, 2009, between 2-3:45 pm PT, three month old kitten, "Jack Daniels," was stolen from the SF SPCA's Maddie's Adoption Center at 250 Florida St. San Francisco. A description of the perpetrator(s) is not available.
A description of the cat is as follows:
- Make sure your pet is wearing an ID tag and is microchipped.
- Tire your dog or cat out with plenty of exercise early in the day.
- Distract your pets by playing games with their favorite toys.
- Create a safe sanctuary in your home. Shut windows and blinds or curtains. Turn the TV or radio on at normal volume.
- Stay with your pet on the 4th. If you can’t stay consider crating them in a secluded room, so they won’t run in panic.
The San Francisco SPCA today called on the California Senate to endorse AB 1122, legislation that would put a stop to live animal sales at temporary retail venues such as flea markets, swap meets and parking lots. AB 1122, introduced by Assemblyman Ted Lieu, has already been passed by the California Assembly and has now moved to the Senate for consideration. A hearing on AB 1122 by The California Senate Public Safety Committee is expected to be held on Tuesday, June 23.