I'm a volunteer at SF Animal CAre and Control and here's the update
- free adoption fees coming soon!read below==There's a lot of action at ACC...
First up - animals adopted....Thank you to all who helped make these
Dogs: Elvis & Sato went back to their owner (redeemed), Sato, Yuka,
Sweetie, Tilda, Kerry, Soda, Milo, Princess, Spanky, Kiki, Clyde (SPCA),
Kelly (SPCA), Bobby, Papa, Rosie, Maude, Playful, Ms.Bently (Pets
Unlimited), Apple, Pear, Sidney, Banana & Prince.
Cats: Griffin (SPCA), Purrciful (SPCA), Paige, Finnegan, Huckleberry,
Maxamillion, Delilah, Goldie, Tryson, Peebles, Stephan, Comet, Mr.Missy,
Cressie, Newman, Paul, Emu, Cookie, Jackie, Tiger, Tulip, Luni and Moms.
Small Animals: Harriet (), Ronda (Guinea Pig), Cinnamon (Finch),
Nutmeg (Finch), Kiki (Guinea Pig), Lovely (king pigeon) MickaCoo, Fluffy
(Guinea Pig), JR (Lizard), Ash (Guinea Pig), Peggy (Chicken), Skittle
(Guinea Pig), Piglet (Guinea Pig), Sasha (Hamster), Sophia (Hamster),
Tennessee (Guinea Pig), Marlowe (Parakeet), Vega (Parakeet), Vega (Snake),
Pablo (Snake) - Rescue, Moonbeam (King Pigeon), Snowflower (King Pigeon).
Thanks to everyone who voted in the Popchips contest - we are finalists!
1) Health & Wellness Fair at the SF Zoo: May 26, 27 & 28. TACC willl have a
table at the SF Zoo for the long weekend, selling merchandise to raise
funds and raising awareness about ACC.
2) The Whole Enchihuahua: Saturday, June 2 at Dolores Park from 12 to 4.
Will be tabling and showcasing
our adoptable Chihuahuas.BIG EVENT BELOW
3) Maddie's Matchmaker Adoptathon: Saturday & Sunday, June 9 & 10th. This
is a BIGGIE. It's an event that covers three counties - Alameda, Contra
Costa and San Francisco, with more than 60 shelters and rescue
organizations participating.The rescues, along
with pet product vendors, will be setting up booths at the fair - and The
Friends of ACC are arranging lots of fun (and educational) activities for
The Maddie's fund - an Alameda-based foundation, will be reimbursing
participating rescues and shelters $500 to $2000 per animal adopted as a
way of saying thank you for all of the hard work involved with saving
animals' lives. All participating rescues and shelters will be adopting
animals to the public (qualified adopters) for free. We are still following
our regular screening process - and will be making sure that the animals
will find good homes. The reimbursements are only for dogs and cats, but we
are also adopting out our small animals to qualified adopters at no charge
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