• SPCA for Monterey County Taking in Ten Pets from Florida

    Dogs and cats from hurricane-ravaged Florida will be arriving at Oakland International Airport  Friday, September 15 to find forever homes in the Bay Area.

    A total of 80 animals, 40 cats from the Florida Keys SPCA and 40 dogs from Miami-Dade Animal Services, are being flown courtesy of FedEx in a cargo jet. The animals – who were already awaiting adoption when the hurricane hit – will be split between Marin Humane, San Francisco Animal Care & Control, Hopalong Rescue, and the SPCA for Monterey County.

    The entire effort is a collaboration between the ASPCA, FedEx, The Miami Heat and the Golden State Warriors.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on September 15, 2017

    Topics: Front PG News

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