This week in HuffPost SF's weekly Adopt A Pet Series, the adorable cats and dogs all hail from the East Bay.
The East Bay SPCA is a non-profit organization that strives to eliminate animal cruelty, neglect and overpopulation.
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Every adoption includes spay/neutering, vaccines, microchip registration, worm treatment, vet exams, discounted training classes and a free care enrichment program.
Want to see more adoptable pets, or just play with the cute animals? Head over to Jack London Square on July 22 for the EBSPCA's annual Adoptathon!. Thirty-five rescue groups and 17 pet supply vendors will be in attendence, as well as dog demos, training sessions and lots of fun for the (human) kids.
Scroll through the slideshow below to see some of the adorable puppies and kittens up to adoption now:
Porter is a 1 year old, male, Pug cross
Ivy is a one year old, female, Chihuahua cross.
Pablo is an 11 month old, male, American Pit Bull cross.
Katy is a four year old, female, Dachshund cross
Ike is a seven year old, male, Pomeranian cross
Mac and Juniper
Mac and Juniper are two month old, male and female Himalayan cross
Elvis is a 6 year old, male, domestic short hair, orange tabby
Rockette is a one year old, female, domestic medium hair, white and gray
Niko is a three year old, male, domestic short hair, white
Sweetums is a two year old, female, domestic short hair, white and torti