Thanks for joining us the first weekend in October for a cocktail party, carnival/street fair and adoptathon celebrating the 145th Anniversary of the San Francisco SPCA! The events were a rousing success: 147 animals left the shelter with adopters, we raised thousands of dollars to help homeless cats and dogs, and we had lots of fun.
A big thank you to everyone who came out to support us, including our dedicated volunteers, our sponsors and rescue partners, the performers who graced our stage, and all the dogs who participated in the costume contest.
Starting October 2013 we'll be waiving adoption fees  for adult cats and dogs (over 6 months old) every Monday through October 2014.
(Note: San Francisco residents must pay $21 for the Dog License fee at the time of adoption.)
Founded in 1868, the San Francisco SPCA was the nation's fourth humane society and the first west of the Mississippi. It has become one of San Francisco's most enduring and respected institutions, as well as a national leader in saving homeless cats and dogs.