Rating: 5 stars   2 reviews

Issues: Animals

Location: 201 Alabama Street San Francisco CA 94103 USA

Mission: The mission of the San Francisco SPCA is to save and protect animals, to provide care and treatment, to advocate for their welfare and to enhance the human-animal bond.
Results: View our Annual Report here:
Programs: Each year, thousands of animals find news homes through the SF SPCA Adoption Center. The SF SPCA also saves thousands of dogs and cats that require medical treatment, foster care or training before they are ready for adoption. SF SPCA programs and services include: SF SPCA Veterinary Hospital and Spay/Neuter Clinic, Adoption Center, Animal Assisted Therapy, Humane Education, Behavior & Training, Community Outreach, and Community Cats.

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Rating: 5 stars  

I've interacted with several folks from and at the SF SPCA, and have been very impressed with the way they see their mission and their role in the community. From adoption services, to the hospital, to their call center, it's clear they have a broad view of their objectives and know how to get things done.

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My cat came from here. What a great caring organization. The facilties are clean and beatuiful. The animals look so at home before finding their home.

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Caring & helpful staff.

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Clean and comfortable facilties for the animals.

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friendly and helpful

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