Wednesday, May 20, 2009


Let The SF/SPCA Cat Behavior Team trim those daggers for you!


Our bi-monthly Cat Claw Clipping Clinic is happening Wednesday, May 20Th 2009 at 6pm to 7pm

Each month, we offer a Cat Claw Clipping Clinic for guardians who need regular assistance keeping kitty’s claws clipped. (Try saying that three times fast.)

Clinics are the first Sunday of each month from 10:00 - 11:00 a.m., and on the third Wednesday of each month from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.

Clinics are conducted at The SF/SPCA Spay Neuter Clinic located in the Leanne B. Roberts Animal Care Center, 201 Alabama St.

No appointment is necessary, but you must confine cats in carriers.
The cost is $10.00 for the front claws and $15.00 for all four feet.

* Mention "Litter Did You Know" and get $5 off your total! *

*Black Cat Bonanza*


Can you believe it? At just 5 years old, our black beauty Scarlett has been waiting for a special person to come along and give her a home since February 19, 2009. She's a very unique cat, despite her everyday black cat cuteness. Scarlett likes to call the shots when it comes to petting and playtime, but doesn't let that stop her from totally owning you! She has this magnetism that kind of catches you off guard. This flirtatious feline also has FIV, which limits her availability to homes without cats or those that already have FIV playmates.

What is FIV? See our blog on FIV AWARENESS.


Oh, Miss Otis! We all know someone who has a cat like this. She`s a 10 year old who knows exactly what she wants and can be a little "persnickety" at times. For some, this is no biggie, almost not worth mentioning. Miss Otis is looking for those very people who understand her limitations. She has been in our care since February 02, 2009

Here`s her deal: She`s very affectionate, wants to be near you and enjoys petting but doesn't want you to go overboard or anything This is your dance space, this is her dance space right? Honestly to know her is to love her. She rolls and shows you her over-developed belly. Her purr has a cute squeak and she has one giant long white whisker. How can you resist?



Raven entered our shelter on February 15, 2009. At just 3 year of age, like most black cats in shelters, Raven has been overlooked for the very things that make her stand out from the rest. The love she shares with her human companion is immeasurable along with a chirpy purr and a penchant for chasing a fake mouse like it's a the most valuable object ever to cross her path. Raven needs a special person to take her away from the boring shelter routines and give her adventures to occupy her attention and time.

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