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19th Annual Bark & Whine Ball, Benefitting the San Francisco SPCA on March 16, 2016

Get ready for a spectacular evening of dancing and dining in support of San Francisco SPCA animals!

The Bark & Whine Ball is presented by Critter Lovers at Work (CLAW), an all-volunteer nonprofit with the mission to support the SF SPCA. All proceeds from the evening will benefit homeless animals.

“Dress yourself and your furry friend in your finest and join us,” invites Dr. Jennifer Scarlett, co-president of the SF SPCA. “Your contributions will help homeless animals in need of urgent and extraordinary care get the treatment they need.”


“We’re thrilled to once again help the SF SPCA by hosting this magical evening,” said Judy Ranzer, CLAW president. “This special event is a great opportunity to have fun while helping the neediest shelter animals.”

The Bark & Whine Ball is the single largest fundraising event supporting the SF SPCA’s Cinderella Fund, which provides medical care for animals who are not only homeless, but also critically ill or injured. Once treated, these healthy adoptable animals have a much better chance of finding a forever home.

March 16, 6:30pm – 10:00pm

Fort Mason Center, Festival Pavilion, San Francisco, CA

The evening features delectable food from McCalls Catering, music, dancing, plus live and silent auctions.

For more details visit: sfspca.org/19th-annual-bark-whine-ball

To purchase tickets: visit clawsf.org or call 415.522.3535

About the San Francisco SPCA

The San Francisco SPCA is an independent, community-supported, non-profit animal welfare organization dedicated to saving, protecting and providing immediate care for cats and dogs who are homeless, ill or in need of an advocate. The SF SPCA also works long-term to educate the community, reduce the number of unwanted kittens and puppies through spaying and neutering, and improve the quality of life for animals and their human companions. The organization does not receive government funding and is not affiliated with any national organization.

Support the SF SPCA by adopting, donating, volunteering and becoming a client of our state-of-the-art veterinary hospitals. In addition to our campus in the Mission neighborhood, as a result of our recent merger with Pets Unlimited we now have a second campus in Pacific Heights. The SF SPCA offers volunteer opportunities to care for shelter dogs and cats, conduct adoption counseling, assist clients and veterinary staff, provide foster care, help with the Community Cats Program, and enrich the lives of people in the community through animal-assisted therapy. For more information about San Francisco pet adoption, call the San Francisco SPCA at (415) 522-3500 or visit sfspca.org.

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