Two of our Toni’s Kitty Rescue graduates, Frankie and Short Stack, were adopted in Sept. Their foster mom was Toni herself. Here they are ready to go to their new home. Thank you Toni, for your partnership with SFACC!
Maine Coon kitties Kota & Kai were adopted by Warriors rookie guard, Jordan Poole. It’s nice to see them settling in and enjoying life. Here’s a VIDEO update, courtesy of NBC Sports.com…“They complement each other really well: Koda’s a talker and Kai’s very athletic and is so graceful…”
Brie (formerly Toast) “is the best dog we could ask for. She gets along so well with her two brothers, constantly snuggling or bugging them to play with her. I bring her to work with me every day, where she meets new people, dogs and occasionally cats – she is playful and curious with everyone, a true social butterfly. She is an absolute dream and we couldn’t be more in love with her – so thank you for taking care of her and giving us the opportunity to adopt her.” Toast was adopted in October of 2018.
Sushi, was adopted as a puppy in early 2018, is living his best adventurous life. Looks like he’s a water lover! We love seeing and sharing updates. If you have one you’d like to share about your ACC grad, please send them to ACC@sfgov.org.
LOTS of cat adoptions happened in September, including kitten Mateo, here with his new family. …Cats Lulu, Azalea, Frazzle and Kitty were also adopted that same day, as well as kittens Dynamite Kid, Charlie and Michelle. Congratulations to all our adopters!
Georgia and her new mom.
Mumford (was named Monster), a 14 year old diabetic Maine Coon came to SFACC because his owners were having a baby and his behavior changed. Luckily, Diabetic Cats in Need Rescue got wind of Mumford and called to say they were coming to get him. They drove from Modesto to pick him up!
Tweety adopted with new dad.
Scrumptious kitten Hector was adopted today and he went home with handsome tabby Max (R)! What a terrific tabby twosome!
Murphy is excited to go to his new home!
We’ve had lots of small animal adoptions lately! Conure Potate, rattie Ink, Yolanda the bun, and parakeets Sweet Pea, Boba, Snow White, Reggie & Belle all found their forever homes!
We have an update for Tenzing, the cat rescued from the Bay Bridge… “BB (for Bay Bridge), is doing great. He made it safely across the bridge and is happily adjusting to his new surroundings. He has two other cat roommates and they’re happily getting to know one another. Since his arrival, he’s been exploring the different rooms, climbing on the counter tops, playing with new toys, chasing lasers, and taking plenty of naps. I believe his two superpowers are eating and napping. We are so happy to welcome BB to our home and are excited for what the future holds.
SF ACC alum Finn (formerly Rushmore) is living his best Husky life with his new family. He was adopted in March, 2019.
Four kittens were found Sept. 23 in the wall of our neighbor’s building, Dandelion Chocolate! An employee heard teeny meows coming from a wall in an area under construction and convinced the construction workers to break into the wall, where they found four 3-week-old kittens! The kittens are now well fed and safely in the foster care of Toni of our partner Toni’s Kitty Rescue. Thank you Dandelion and Toni!
Sweet pup Millie went home to the happiest and most excited new parents today!
Two bonded pairs were adopted the same day: Hideyoshi & Marishka (L), and kitten pair Hans & Gretchen!
Luna and Terra are both three-year-old ACC alumna and frequently enjoy the beautiful outdoors by visiting the beach, parks, and going hiking. Luna, Labrador Retriever/Pit Bull was adopted in June 2016, and Terra, a Staffordshire was adopted the following summer, August 2017.
A huge thanks to Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF) for taking 13 SFACC dogs into their care this month. And hooray for superhero Animal Care Attendant Katy Jones who took care of all the paperwork required. Smokey Bear (R) was one of the lucky dogs!