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Litter Did You Know has moved! by Daniel Quagliozzi Posted in: Blog Posts in Pet Health The San Francisco SPCA's Litter Did You Know Blog has been moved to a new place on the web: litterdidyouknow.org . Click here to go to the redesigned blog. Read on »
Playing the Name Game Never Gets Dull by Daniel Quagliozzi Posted in: Blog Posts in Pet Health The cutest takeover mankind has ever witnessed has begun and....there is no end in sight. It seems the most common que ... Read on »
Adoption is Patriotic! We Want YOU!!! by Daniel Quagliozzi Posted in: Blog Posts in Pet Health I think this picture sums up the way most of us feel when the Kitten Season is upon us. If anything, it keeps us laughing and in generally good ... Read on »
Kittens, kittens everywhere! SFSPCA’s 1st Ever Adopt-A-Thon by Daniel Quagliozzi Posted in: Blog Posts in Pet Health It’s officially kitty season and you know what that means…an abundance of cats that are looking for a loving home and a little TLC. The SFSPCA is filled to capacity with ... Read on »
Trauma...Episode: Foster Kitten by Daniel Quagliozzi Posted in: Blog Posts in Pet Health The TV show Trauma, about paramedics here in San Francisco, may have been cancelled, but here at the San Francisco SPCA, we had our own version of an episode last week and i ... Read on »
a bleating moment... by Daniel Quagliozzi Posted in: Blog Posts in Pet Health There’s an unfamiliar sound coming from the hallways of the San Francisco SPCA this summer….. We’re used to barking, meowing, hisses and howls. But right now, there’s a def ... Read on »
Summer days are over rated....if you are homeless by Daniel Quagliozzi Posted in: Blog Posts in Pet Health Warm San Francisco summer days are a double edged sword. The mild temperatures get people out of their houses and out onto the streets, riding bikes and off to the beach to ... Read on »
Welcome to Cougartown by Daniel Quagliozzi Posted in: Blog Posts in Pet Health Right now, at the SFSPCA Maddie’s Adoption Center, we’re overflowing with feline faces.  Sure, we have the requisite young kittens, but down the ... Read on »
Tales from a Foster Parent.....Goodbye and Hello... by Daniel Quagliozzi Posted in: Blog Posts in Pet Health Onion and BBQ weighed in at a little over two pounds last week so I emailed Alison and set up a time to take them in and get them ready for the adoption center. We all said ... Read on »
Cat-a-Palooza! by Daniel Quagliozzi Posted in: Blog Posts in Pet Health June is Adopt-a-Cat Month, and here at the San Francisco SPCA, we've got all sorts of fun in store all month long! If you've been thinking about bringing a new fel ... Read on »
Stories from the front line... by Daniel Quagliozzi Posted in: Blog Posts in Pet Health And So....The Troops Move On. I swear, cats are better than coffee. At least, that’s the way I choose to wake myself up in the morning. Another day, another cart load of ... Read on »
Tales from a kitten foster mom...the resident cat.... by Daniel Quagliozzi Posted in: Blog Posts in Pet Health Lugo is our resident cat. We got him a year ago at an animal shelter and he lives with us all the time. Cats can be very territorial, but Lugo has been quite tolerant of On ... Read on »
Dogs, sunshine, San Francisco Bay....! by Daniel Quagliozzi Posted in: Blog Posts in Pet Health Ahoy Matey! Have you signed up for this year's Dog Day on the Bay? On Sunday, June 6th, dogs, their best human pals, Mutt Lynch Winery and Hornblower Cruises will ... Read on »
tales from a foster mother....BBQ + Onion, week 2 by Daniel Quagliozzi Posted in: Blog Posts in Pet Health Onion started purring this week. Every time we pick her up, a little motor starts up and her whole body seems to vibrate. I have read that a cats pur ... Read on »
That kid is going to have my job one day... by Daniel Quagliozzi Posted in: Blog Posts in Pet Health Time and again, we hear those words from our staff.  Through our Humane Education program, children from all over the San Francisco area are able to have real time, h ... Read on »
the Office Dog Chronicles...episode Piglet by Daniel Quagliozzi Posted in: Blog Posts in Pet Health Sometimes, the shelter can be a boring place for a young, active dog. Luckily, sometimes offices can be a bit dull as well. A few San Francisco SPCA staff have ... Read on »
an onion, a bbq and a vegatable scale.... by Daniel Quagliozzi Posted in: Blog Posts in Pet Health I had been hovering over my email inbox for days, hoping that Alison would contact me and tell me she had kittens ready to foster. Last Thursday the email finally came. Aft ... Read on »
Following the life of a kitten foster family... by Daniel Quagliozzi Posted in: Blog Posts in Pet Health Spring is upon the Bay Area, and with those sunny skies, longer days and milder weather comes the inevitable pitter patter of little feet…kitten season. As the warm weath ... Read on »
We're back! by Daniel Quagliozzi Posted in: Blog Posts in Pet Health And a hearty hello to you. And you. And you and you and even you! And especially to YOU - since here you are, still checking our blog for updates....we cannot apologize eno ... Read on »
2009 Macy's Holiday Windows: How do they do it? by Daniel Quagliozzi Posted in: Blog Posts in Pet Health Every wonder how the SF/SPCA & Macy's team up every year to create such amazing displays and get so many cats & dogs into loving homes? Here is a video that shows an inside ... Read on »