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Fri 6:00 PM PDTThe San Francisco SPCASan Francisco, CA
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Demimonde Mesila Thraam
· January 29, 2018
Volunteering here as a cat socializer has been one of the most revitalizing activities in my life, and my supervisors have helped me in every possible way. I have also learned so much about cat behavi...or and that has helped me understand my own cats a whole lot more. See More
Lea Rock
· November 26, 2017
Great service from a very friendly and professional staff. Dr. Robert was very detailed and gave us a lot of good advice and spent a nice amount of time being very kind and showing us how to clean our... cats teeth. See More
Michael Farrell
· December 13, 2017
The fact that you have begun to use terror tactics in response to humans who have no homes and possibly afflicted with mental disorders has me absolutely appalled. Even the city of San Francisco has s...een that the use of your robots as a homeless deterrent is deeply disturbing. The SPCA is supposed to care for animals. Not harass humans. Stick to what you know. Please refrain from using this horrendous method of intimidation, against those less fortunate than yourselves. See More
Janet Mitchell
· October 21, 2017
We really loved the whole experience at this wonderful compound for not only adoptions but full vet service's. We adopted a spectacular dog and while her life before wasn't that great she has hit the... mother load of a good home now. The staff including the volunteers were very helpful and made the whole process fun and easy. The free after adoption check up at the hospital and vet area was also such a great experience. We highly recommend visiting this wonderful place. See More
Laura Aubill
· December 18, 2017
Hey, if the homeless people outside looked more like cute puppies, would you help them instead of using robots to terrorize them? I'm just trying to figure out where you draw the line in helping creat...ures in need.....puppies "yes", poor people "no"? See More
Patricia Hayashi
· April 18, 2018
Such caring energetic staff. Thank you VetSOS for taking Duchess to SPCA to get her umbilical hernia fixed and get her neutered. By way Awesome this woman had a feral catch cage with a cat needing to fixed. The do it for free help cut the unwanted kitten population See More
Max Renn
· December 14, 2017
any organization that would sic robots on vulnerable human people, can't be trusted with animals. SF SPCA reminds us that the origins of the animal rights movement were as a sarcastic response to the ...abolition of slavery and the equal rights of all people. See More
Micah Hobbes Frazier
· December 15, 2017
robots to keep homeless people away! really y'all. this is a disgrace and appalling behavior for an organization that is supposed to be humane. i guess you only care about animals though. well you suck.
Anna Estrada
· September 23, 2017
These folks have done a great job for us over the years. Most recently our cat Mac was seen after some unwitnessed trauma. We assume he was hit by a car & he suffered multiple pelvic fractures. The...y kept him overnight to observe & make sure he had no internal injuries & to treat his pain.

Dr. Cherry saw him last night. She has always done a great job when we've seen her for our pets' annual physicals and besides her kindness and competence she showed a great deal of compassion. She explained the treatment plan thoroughly and eased our mind.

Today Dr. Helmers took over and he was fantastic as well. We had run into Dr. Helmers a couple of years ago when our dog LP had a bladder stone. At that time he gave us options that included taking him home and observing him. Today he did a great job. He has allowed us to take Mac home until his planned surgery on Wednesday. Because of my medical background he is allowing me to give him injections for pain over the next three days.

I found out a few months ago that they now have ER care available 7 days a week. Don't hesitate to take your pets to them. They are fantastic!
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Susan Smith
· December 19, 2017
Once the SPCA bought a robot to scare Homeless people away from living on the street outside the mission SPCA, I had to rethink volunteering and donating to them. I couldn't handle the irony that if t...he homeless people were dogs they would help them. Feel free to google articles about the new big brother robot they bought. See More
Kay Fox
· December 13, 2017
I hope people take a look at the fact that you used money that could have been used to help the animals in your care to build robots meant to terrorize homeless individuals, and rethink giving you ano...ther red cent. See More
Sarah Prüfer
· January 29, 2018
Using a robot to annoy and expel homeless people from your parking area is an absolute disgrace!! How can you claim to care for animals in need while you make an assault at the most vulnerable of all ...people?! You should feel ashamed of yourselves and I hope that your behaviour will have consequences! See More
Alycia Moore
· February 11, 2018
I will be stopping my monthly donations to the SFSPCA and urge others to do the same until they remove the dehumanizing robot that patrols the area outside. It is ridiculous that an organization can b...e so cruel to humans suffering, while helping animals in the same situation. I will donate to organizations that have better ethics. See More
Paul Spencer
· February 17, 2018
These people are disgusting. They don't care one wit for the downtrodden homeless people occupying the streets of San Francisco. A city that has the highest housing costs in the USA.
Jeremy van Alexetjeremy
· December 13, 2017
Shame on you! Using robot R9 to to ward off homeless population in front of your doors !!! so Human life is less important than animals ? Shame on you !
Phil M S. Romero
· December 13, 2017
How about some Prevention of Cruelty to Homeless people...??

Are you seriously so full of BS that you think it is correct to torture people in need by using robots to scare them?

Sandor Bors
· December 16, 2017
WTF is up with the terrorist robot SPCA ? Your agency is hypocritical. Save the homeless pets but terrorize homeless humans. Time to get your priorities straight - or are they?
Patricia Holmes
· December 18, 2017
Shameful disgusting reprehensible people. I will never ever donate to the SPCA again thanks to you nasty shouldn't be allowed near other humans let alone allowed to care for animals. Disgusting
Lisel Fay
· October 1, 2017
I'm so lucky to have found my twin fur babies from your Holiday Windows at Macy's!!! So admire everyone who works for your organization. The Vets, the techs. All wonderful human beings!!!!
Blau Atzur
· December 13, 2017
A despicable organization that sends a robot to "clean" of homeless people the area where they're placed. Hope other organizations could take care of the animals in SF.
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