More than 300 animals from 30 Bay Area rescue groups and shelters will be at East Bay SPCA's annual Adopt-a-thon at Jack London Square in Oakland!
From pigeons to pugs... there will be cats, dogs, rabbits, birds, rats and more on site and available for adoption on the Oakland waterfront Saturday, July 21, from 10am to 2 pm.
Whether you are looking for a new best friend or searching for a new dog sitter, the event has something for the whole family, including a fun photo booth and vouchers for $10 microchips to help reunite pets and their owners should their pet ever go missing.
"We're excited to partner with other East Bay shelters and rescues once again for the biggest animal adoption event in the region," said Allison Lindquist, East Bay SPCA President and CEO. "Adopting helps save the life of a pet and also creates new space in a shelter or rescue to houseand save more lives."
The East Bay SPCA Adopt-a-thon is widely anticipated, bringing together more than 30 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 Adopt-a-thon as a 24-hour event at the shelter, but attendance and partners' presence was so large that it was moved to Jack London Square.
WHEN: Saturday, July 21, 2018 / 10am-2pm
WHERE: Jack London Square, Oakland