East Bay SPCA Hosts 5th Annual Adopt-A-Thon: Features More Than 350 Animals from 40 Bay Area Rescue Groups and Shelters

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“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.” -President CEO Allison Lindquist

Oakland, CA (PRWEB) July 02, 2013

The East Bay SPCA will host its annual Adopt-a-thon at Jack London Square on Saturday, July 13 from 10 am to 3 pm. The event, presented by Pet Food Express and Fresh Step Litter, features more than 350 animals from 40 Bay Area rescue groups and shelters plus a dozen pet supply vendors.

The public is encouraged to come to meet cats, dogs, rabbits, birds, guinea pigs, rats and reptiles, all available for adoption. If attendees already have pets, they can talk with dog behavior experts, watch dog training demonstrations, bring their dog to get a low-cost microchip at the HomeAgain microchip booth, and browse a dozen local animal supply vendors selling everything from organic food to specialty pet accessories. This free and fun adoption event even features awesome activities for kids including a Scavenger Search.

“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 not only save the life of the pet you are adopting, but you are creating space for another animal to be brought in and adopted by another loving family.”

Adopting a pet is also a cost saver. When you adopt an animal from the East Bay SPCA, that animal has been medically and behaviorally evaluated, spayed/neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, and receives a new pet health exam on us.

The Adopt-a-thon is a fun event that brings together all of the amazing rescue groups and shelters across the Bay Area who are working to help wonderful animals find new homes.

Participating local rescue groups and shelters include:

Animal Protection League

Antioch Animal Services

Bay Area Poodle Rescue

Berkeley Animal Services

Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society

California Pit Bull Rescue

Cavy House Guinea Pig Rescue

Contra Costa Animal Services

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)

Golden Gate Springer Rescue

Golden State Greyhound Adoption

Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary

Hayward Animal Shelter

Hopalong Animal Rescue

House Rabbit Society

Island Cat Resources and Adoption (ICRA)

Lake County Animal Services

Mickaboo Companion Bird Rescue

MickaCoo Pigeon Dove Rescue

Milo Foundation

Nor Cal German Shorthair Pointer Rescue

Nor Cal Pom Rescue, Inc.

Northern California Golden Retriever Rescue

Northern California Sled Dog Rescue

Northern California Weimaraner Rescue

Oakland Animal Services

Peninsula Humane Society SPCA

Pomeranian Rescue Group

Pug Pros – (Pug Rescue of Sacramento)

Rattie Ratz Rescue

San Francisco SPCA

SaveABunny

Solano County Friends of Animals

Special Pets Rescue

Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF)

Participating vendors include:

City Dog Share

Dog Bone Alley

East Bay Pet Sitters Association

Fido’s Fondue Gourmet Dog Biscuits

Holly McClain Designs

Oakland Dog Owners Group (ODOG)

Pet Food Express

Relaxing Rex Canine Massage

Right Brain for Hire

Ruffles Wags

Tonya Perme Photography

Wags ‘n Wellness

Woofwalks

Additional event sponsors are Bay Woof, HomeAgain microchips, Bay Area News Group – Oakland Tribune, Jack London Square, Star 101.3, and PS Communications.

About the East Bay SPCA

The East Bay SPCA is a nonprofit organization committed to the welfare of cats and dogs in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. We strive to eliminate animal cruelty, neglect and overpopulation by providing programs and education that support people and companion animals. More information about EBSPCA can be found at eastbayspca.org or by calling 510.569.0702. The East Bay SPCA operates two adoption centers (Oakland and Dublin, Calif.), two Spay/Neuter Surgery Centers (Oakland and Dublin, Calif.) and a full-service veterinary clinic in Oakland, Calif.

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