The East Bay SPCA is holding nothing back in its quest to get more lovable, furry critters adopted.
A Silicon Valley animal shelter is making the last days of an ailing pet into some of the most heartwarming and gratifying days for its caregiver.
The San Francisco Giants are headed to the World Series, and the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals for Monterey County is hoping Bay Area fans’ love for the baseball team will lead to homes for dogs and puppies named after some of the Giants’ most popular players.
San Francisco Animal Care & Control is offering reduced adoption fees for qualified adopters on all dogs and puppies from Saturday, Aug. 30 through Friday Sept. 5.
Animals can become the neglected, abused and abandoned victims of overpopulation, owner stress, or elements of society on the fringe. Anyway you look at it animal rescue agencies are valuable resources to appreciate and support.
Cats that were rescued from Seaside properties in a major animal cruelty and neglect case last year are available for adoption from the SPCA Monterey County.
They did not pass the rigorous training to become guide dogs. But they are some of the most-sought after dogs for adoption by Bay Area families.
When Jo Hamilton realized there were just too many dogs and cats waiting for a good home, she stepped up and co-founded an animal rescue and adoption organization.