A pit bull was rescued from the side of a highway near Watsonville Tuesday, according to the Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter.
113 dead kittens and 51 live cats were found on two properties in Seaside, a spokeswoman for the SPCA for Monterey County said.
A 15-year veteran of the Watsonville Police Department who was discharged from the force two years ago has been charged by the Monterey County District Attorney’s Office with animal cruelty after an animal shelter rescued an emaciated former police dog.
The San Francisco SPCA is offering spay and neuter services free of charge for the entire month of February, in honor of National Spay or Neuter Day, which falls within the same month.
Governor Jerry Brown is planning to repeal a law designed to protect shelter animals from unnecessary euthanization, but there’s a mounting effort to stop the governor.
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Six puppies that were found abandoned at a Monterey County recycling plant last month are now up for adoption, according to the SPCA for Monterey County.
A Fresno man has been arrested after authorities discovered 19 starving horses on his leased San Joaquin Valley ranch.
Frosty, a dog from the Santa Cruz SPCA that ran away from a foster family’s home and was reported to have been hit by a car, has been rescued and is recovering.
“Most dos and don’ts regarding Thanksgiving are about food,” summed up Dr. Jack Aldridge, Director of Veterinary Services at the SF SPCA.