Front Street Animal Shelter, 2127 Front St. in Sacramento, is overflowing with pets and has free adoptions for adult pets through the end of the year, thanks to three donors: Kim Pacini-Hauch, Matthew Cole and Janet Percevic Rollofson.
Sacramento SPCA cat Fluff n' Stuff meets some of the animal shelter's Husky/Shepherd puppies while they were all in for check-ups. Like any self-respecting cat, she immediately took charge. Posted Tuesday, December 5, 2017.
Sacramento SPCA's first Pup Crawl on Saturday starting at Truitt Bark Park in midtown brought out hundreds of pups and dog lovers of all kinds. Even Santa joined in the fun. Participants got to visit three bars as well during the four-hour event: Federalist Public House, Big Stump Brew Co. and LowBrau.
The Sacramento County Animal Shelter, 3839 Bradshaw Road, has a wide assortment of adoptable cats. "Seriously, every kind of cat you could be looking for - we have," the shelter says. Most of the adult cat adoption fees have been sponsored, the shelter says. (Some cats in this video have likely been adopted, but there are plenty more.)
With finals approaching, Sacramento State students got some fluffy de-stressing Monday. Animals from the Sacramento SPCA and Lend-A-Heart Foundation visited the University Library breezeway for a few hours – and they’ll be back 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday.
Volunteers and their therapy dogs from Sacramento SPCA were on hand to help out Sac State students stressed out about finishing up class papers and projects and studying for upcoming final exams – or simply missing their family pets. Students, who stopped by between classes, held and petted several dogs including a rabbit and cat outside the student library on Nov. 27.