Rebecca Katz

A goat looks on as chickens walk through Heidi Kooy's yard which she calls the 'Itty Bitty Farm in the City' November 16, 2009 in San Francisco, California. Heidi Kooy is one of many Americans that have started to raise chickens in their urban yards to try and save money on food costs during the economic downturn and to find a safer alternative to factory farmed food. Chickens provide eggs and natural fertilizer for gardens while eating the bugs that could harm the crops. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

About The Bay: San Francisco’s Problem With Homeless Chickens

Animal lovers are squawking over what they say is the dark side of the locavore movement.

08/19/2013

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Pet Food Chain Helps Out San Francisco Animal Shelter

Dogs, cats, and other family pets have been hit especially hard by the economy with more people forced to give up their pets when household money runs out. A pet food chain store is helping one Bay Area shelter find home for abandoned cats and kittens.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–08/22/2011

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