The San Francisco SPCA (SF/SPCA) is an animal welfare organization dedicated to saving homeless cats and dogs; to providing lifesaving care and treatment to dogs and cats in need; to helping pets stay in loving homes; and to cultivating respect and awareness for the rights and needs of companion animals. Founded in 1868, the SF/SPCA is a national leader in saving lives and raising the status of companion animals. Its innovative programs and services serve as models for humane organizations across the country and around the world. The organization has a staff of 165, a budget of $11.1 million, 35,000 active members and a dedicated corps of more than 900 volunteers.
Address: 2500 Sixteenth Street
San Francisco, CA 94103