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San Francisco SPCA Hopes to Stoke Pet Adoptions With Ramen, Tattoos

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    Lemur, a cat available for adoption at SF SPCA.

    The San Francisco SPCA is looking to fuel potential pet adoptions with the help of some noodles and ink.

    Friday's "Popular" pet adoption event at the Alabama Street facility is a self-proclaimed "ode to hipness." A fictional character called "Kitty Ramenstache" was created to promote the day, which will feature Japanese ramen by Namu Street Food, a station dispensing temporary tattoos, cocktails, a DJ and a photobooth.

    Adoptions are free for those who qualify to give a pet a stable home.

    The organization is out of space for free RSVPs on Eventbrite, but it's not too late to RSVP with a donation.

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