We had a record-breaking #GivingTuesday at SF Animal Care & Control on Dec. 3, 2019! Together we raised over $10,200 and met our $10K PET CAMP Matching Gift Challenge. That means TWICE the support for our shelter programs. The outpouring of funding we received from you expresses your commitment to helping animals in San Francisco. From the bottom of our hearts and paws we thank you! And thank you Pet Camp!
Your gift will go directly toward critical programs that are outside the scope of the shelter’s city budget, such as a Behavior and Training program (B&T), quarterly free microchip and low-cost rabies vaccine clinics, an Emergency Medical Fund, toys and treats for the animals, and microgrants to local rescue groups.
We deeply appreciate your support and promise that your donation will be wisely spent.
Warm up for the 33rd year of San Francisco’s favorite holiday tradition at Macy’s Windows, starting Nov. 22nd! But we can’t wait that long to cuddle cute adoptable animals, so we’ll be joining our neighbors, the SF SPCA and their pups and kitties Friday Nov. 8 (and again Dec. 5) for a cuddlefest with some of our adorable small and exotic animals.
Come get your cuddles! $10 gets you 10 minutes of cuddles with our adorable, adoptable animals. First come, first served. On the 7th Floor of Macy’s Union Square, SF.
Friday, November 8, 2pm – 4pm Thursday, December 5, 12pm – 2pm
Holiday Windows Official Unveiling: Nov. 22 – Jan. 1
This is the first year that SFACC will be a part of the Macy’s Windows event and we’re thrilled! Adoptable animals from SFACC and our partner SF SPCA will be in the windows at Macy’s Union Square beginning Nov. 22, 2019. Join us for the unveiling, Friday, November 22 at 5pm and visit us every afternoon through January 1st to see adoptable kittens, puppies, chinchillas, guinea pigs, and bunnies.
A beautiful night was had by all at this celebration of 30 years of the San Francisco SPCA and San Francisco Animal Care and Control saving lives together! We are more than neighbors; we are allies and partners, and we could not accomplish the work we do without working together.
For two days in August, SF City Hall’s South Light Court became KITTY HALL, an elegant room filled with lovely baroque music, courtesy of impromptuSF, and the mewing of many, many kittens. SFACC held the adoption events conveniently during lunchtime, and Dandelion Chocolate (a neighbor of SFACC) provided sweet treats–for the humans, that is.
Folks came by to cuddle kittens, and quite a few petting sessions ended in adoptions. Thank you to all the volunteers and staff members who helped out on this fun adoption event!