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Oakland Animal Services is Oakland's only "open admissions" shelter: We accept all of Oakland's homeless, injured, unwanted, lost animals. Every animal brought is welcome, regardless of age, breed, temperament, or medical condition. With the assistance of a dedicated group of volunteers and the support of the nonprofit Friends of Oakland Animal Services, we have saved the lives of more than 5,000 homeless, injured, unwanted animals. They are a city agency that provides public safety and animal welfare services.

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http://www.oaklandanimalservices.org/about/
Phone:  (510) 535-5601
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This Week's Adoptable Pets

Peninsula Humane Society: Sita

Sita is a small, 2-year-old, female cat with a short, brown tabby coat. She came to the shelter with five kittens of her own who were already adopted, and now is ready to find a forever home of her own where she can be pampered and loved and spoiled with lots of pets! She loves to play,...

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Peninsula Humane Society: Pierre

Pierre is a 2-year-old, 9 lb., male Chihuahua & Papillon mix with a long, tricolor coat. He is a sweet and affectionate little man who will come over for pets and cuddles and could spend the whole day curled up in your lap. He also doesn’t mind spending time playing with his puppy pals as he...

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Peninsula Humane Society: Cookie

Cookie is a 10-year-old, female with a short, black and white coat. She’s a lovely little lady who enjoys walks with her person, treats to snack on, tummy rubs, and puppy friends and has excellent leash manners! She would do best in a home that has some experience with small dogs or a friendly,...

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Peninsula Humane Society: Stella

Stella is a small, 4-year-old, female cat with a short, brown tabby and white coat. Her PHS/SPCA friends call her a "perma-kitten," because she’s so tiny. She’s a cuddly lap cat who chirps with happiness as you give her attention and might even give you a lick or two! After cuddles, it's time to...

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ARF: Lucetta

1-year-old Lucetta is shy at first and may take a bit to warm up. Once she does, she becomes a lap dog, very sweet and polite. Lucetta has a positive history with other dogs. We recommend Lucetta take a Basic Manners class where she can learn polite ways of seeking creature comforts in life. She...

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