This week's adoptable pets:
Mr. Pink is a very unique kind of therapy cat. He specializes in cat-to-cat therapy. When Ms. White is feeling lonely or sad, he offers her some love and cuddles. He enjoys the company of quiet, gentle people with patience and a good sense of humor. Ms. White is a delicate, bright-eyed cat who can be cautious when it comes to new things. She enjoys the company of quiet, gentle people with patience and a good sense of humor. The cold days of winter have arrived and the nuzzle of a warm heart and whiskered kisses are sure to brighten your day. Mr. Pink is looking for a home where he and Ms. White can live together. Cats who are able to remain with their litter-mates or a similarly-aged companion, tend to be healthier and happier in the long run. They groom each other and have a friend to cuddle and play with. Just imagine the warmth of these two fuzzy little purring cuddle bugs on a cold rainy night. If you have a lap that needs warming, meet Ms. White and Mr. Pink today.
Sabrina is a sweet pooch from the Stockton shelter. She needs affectionate adopters that can give her daily walks, some trianing, chances to play and chances to meet with dogs at the park. Sabrina was surrendered with her life long doggie friend Star. These two can go home to separate adopters but would prefer staying together. There will be only one adoption fee for anyone that can take both dogs together. Sabrina weighs about 50 pounds.
This month's featured organization is:
As the fourth oldest humane society in the U.S. and the founders of the No-Kill movement, the SF SPCA has always been at the forefront of animal welfare. As a result of our efforts and those of our community partners, San Francisco has the lowest euthanasia rate of any major city in the United States. No adoptable dog or cat in San Francisco goes without a home, even if they have medical or other issues. For hours, locations and more info, click here.
Looking for a loving animal? Adopt one now from the KOIT Wet Nose Wednesday family of humane societies, animal care services and shelters. Many of them offer training, neuter/spaying services, clinics, and of course advice for the new pet owner. Find one near you!
Berkeley Animal Care Services
Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society
Contra Costa Humane Society
East Bay SPCA
Furever Animal Rescue
Hayward Animal Services Bureau
Humane Society Silicon Valley
Maine Coon Adoptions
Marin Humane Society
Mendocino Coast Humane Society
Oakland Animal Services
Palo Alto Animal Services
Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA
Rocket Dog Rescue – Finds foster and forever homes for abandoned dogs
San Francisco SPCA now with TWO locations. Mission or Pacific Heights
The San Francisco Department of Animal Care and Control
San Jose Animal Care Center
Silicon Valley Animal Control Authority