12 Days of Kittens Holiday Party at “Kitty” Hall – 12/9

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WHAT
For the 4th year, Sup. Tang is welcoming ACC adoptable cats to her office at SF City Hall (aka “Kitty Hall” to encourage adoption, and spread cat joy and awareness about ACC shelter services. The celebration ends with a Holiday Party on Dec. 9 from 3:00-5:00 pm. Visit her office for a kitten fix any day this week, 9:30-5:00 pm  and enter a raffle to win a cat-themed goodie basket filled with Greenies, catnip, toys, and more!
How to enter: Stop by Room 264 with proof of a monetary or wish list item donation to SFACC for 5 entries into the raffle. If you adopt a kitten, you will get 10 entries per kitten.
Supervisor Tang’s family adopted their dog, a Maltese, from ACC and she is a strong advocate for ACC in her district (4) and on the Board of Supervisors.

WHEN
Monday November 28 – Friday December 9, 2016. Holiday party 12/9, 3:00-5:00 pm.

WHERE
Supervisor Katy Tang’s Office
SF City Hall, Room 264
1 Dr Carlton B Goodlett Pl.
San Francisco, CA 94102



Yappy Hour ACC Fundraiser at The Page – 11/20

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Drink for the animals! Bring your friends to The Page bar on Nov. 20 and raise a glass to toast each other and the animals at ACC. 10% of bar proceeds will be donated to Friends of SFACC!

Where: The Page (Divisadero & Page St., SF )
When: Sunday, Nov. 20, starting at 5:00pm.
What: A fundraiser benefiting Friends of SF Animal Care & Control.
Who: The more the merrier! (Note: the bar is cash only)


Sunday Funday (formerly known as PPD 2016)

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Even though we had to cancel the street fair because of the rain, ACC kept calm and carried on inside the shelter, bringing pet pride inside after a storm blew in.

More than 30 photos were taken at the holiday photo booth, and 9 free microchips and 13 rabies vaccines were given.

Educational exhibits/games, pumpkin and face decorating, and an amazing bake sale, supplied by ACC volunteers and local companies, kept spirits high.

Over the course of the afternoon, 24 animals were adopted (16 cats/kittens, 7 dogs, and 1 rabbit who had been at the shelter since April).

All funds raised go to programs and materials that enrich the lives of ACC’s animals.

To our sponsors and vendors, thank YOU and take heart, you are already on the list for next year (in a drier month).


Free* Microchip & Low-Cost Rabies Vaccination Clinic @ACC

Free* Microchip & Low-Cost Rabies Vaccination Clinic @ACC

WHAT

Microchip ID and collar tags are the most effective ways to identify your dog or cat if they are ever lost. Friends of SFACC and SF Veterinary Medical Association, SFVMA, sponsor low-cost rabies and free* microchip clinics at the shelter on a quarterly basis.

Clinic services are administered on a first come, first served basis. The number of dogs ACC can vaccinate depends on the number of veterinarians we have on clinic day. The line-up is in front of the shelter and can be a 30-40 minute wait, so please plan accordingly. We will do our best to serve everyone, but cannot guarantee that everyone will be seen. All Cats (microchips only) must be in carriers and all dogs must be on leash.

*Microchips are free for dogs licensed in San Francisco, free for cat guardians with a San Francisco residence, $20 for those who live outside of SF. Dog licenses (fees vary) can also be purchased at the clinic and require a current rabies vaccination. Rabies vaccines are $6 (dogs only). Get them both the same day!

For more information, please call SF Animal Care & Control at 415-554-6364.

WHEN
Clinics take place on Sundays from 10:00 am-1:00 pm at SFACC.

  • Sunday, March 5, 2017, 10:00 am-1:00 pm
  • Sunday, June 11, 2017, 10:00 am-1:00 pm
  • Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017, 10:00 am-1:00 pm
  • Sunday, Dec. 10, 2017, 10:00 am-1:00 pm
  • WHERE
    SF Animal Care & Control, 1200 15th Street at Harrison, San Francisco