East Bay SPCA 6th Annual Adopt-A-Thon

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Oakland, CA (PRWEB) July 16, 2014

Is your best friend fluffy, furry, feathered or scaly? Are you in the market for a new best friend? All things pet can be found on the Oakland waterfront this Saturday, July 19, 2014 from 10 am to 3 pm when the East Bay SPCA hosts the sixth annual Adopt-a-Thon at Jack London Square. Presented by sponsors Pet Food Express and Rug Doctor, the Adopt-a-Thon features more than 300 adoptable animals from 35 Bay Area rescue groups and shelters, plus a dozen pet supply vendors. From pigeons to Pomeranians, there will be cats, dogs, rabbits, birds, guinea pigs, rats and reptiles on site and available for adoption.

Whether you are looking for a new best friend or just wanting to take care of the pets you have, the event has something for everyone, even people who come with their own dogs. At the Adopt-a-Thon, dog trainers will be on hand to answer questions and give demonstrations. HomeAgain will sponsor $10 microchips to help owners track their dogs if they go missing.

“The East Bay SPCA is proud to host the Adopt-a-Thon at Jack London Square, which is the largest event of its kind in the East Bay,” says Allison Lindquist, East Bay SPCA president and CEO. “When you adopt a pet from any animal shelter or rescue group, you help with pet overpopulation. Not only do you save the life of the pet you adopt, but you create space for another animal to be adopted by a loving family.”

Now in its sixth year at Jack London Square, the East Bay SPCA Adopt-a-Thon is widely anticipated, bringing together 35 amazing rescue groups and shelters across the Bay Area who work tirelessly to find wonderful companion animals a forever home. The East Bay SPCA first established its Adopt-a-Thon more than ten years ago as a 24-hour event held at the shelter.

2014 Participating rescue groups and shelters:

Animal Care Adoption Network

Antioch Animal Services

Bay Area Poodle Rescue

California Pit Bull Rescue

Contra Costa Humane Society

Contra Costa Rabbit Rescue

Dusty Paws Rescue, Inc.

East Bay Animal Rescue Refuge (EBARR)

Feral Cat Foundation

Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter (FAAS)

Greyhound Friends for Life

Hayward Animal Services Bureau

Hopalong Animal Rescue

Internet Miniature Pinscher Society (IMPS)

Lake County Animal Services

Los Banos Volunteers for Animals

Marin Humane Society

Mickaboo Companion Bird Rescue

MickaCoo Pigeon Dove Rescue

The Milo Foundation

NorCal Boxer Rescue

Nor Cal German Shorthaired Pointer Rescue

Northern California Sled Dog Rescue (NorSled)

Northern California Weimaraner Rescue

Oakland Animal Services

Peninsula Humane Society SPCA

Pomeranian Rescue Group

Pug Pros – (Pug Rescue of Sacramento)

Rattie Ratz Rescue

Rocket Dog Rescue

Rohnert Park Animal Shelter

SaveABunny

Special Pets Rescue

Sunshine Rescue Group

Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF)

Participating vendors:

Dogney Dangerfield

Downtown Subaru of Oakland

Downtown Toyota of Oakland

East Bay Pet Sitters Association

Grandma Lucy’s

Holly McClain Designs

HomeAgain Microchip Booth

Pet Food Express

Pup Town

Rug Doctor

Tonya Perme Photography

Presenting Sponsors:

Pet Food Express

Rug Doctor

Sponsors:

Bay Woof

Dogtrekker.com

Downtown Subaru of Oakland

Downtown Toyota of Oakland

HomeAgain

Jack London Square

Lungomare

About East Bay SPCA

The East Bay SPCA is a 501(c)3 nonprofit committed to the welfare of cats and dogs in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties that strives to eliminate animal cruelty, neglect and overpopulation by providing programs and education that support people and companion animals. One of the nation’s oldest humane organizations, the East Bay SPCA celebrates its 140th birthday this year. The East Bay SPCA is not affiliated with any other SPCA or Humane Society and receives no funding from the government, national or statewide organizations. We operate two adoption centers and two spay/neuter centers, offer dog training classes and humane education programs in both Alameda and Contra Costa Counties, and a full-service veterinary clinic in Oakland. Information about the East Bay SPCA can be found at http://www.eastbayspca.org or by calling 510.569.0702.

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