St. Francis Animal Protection Society
St. Francis Animal Protection Society is a non-profit organization made up of volunteers whose goal is to educate the public how to properly care for their pets, teach children the importance of kindness towards animals, and to rescue and protect those animals who are left helpless in the world.
We do not have a shelter and cannot take in an animal that you wish to surrender. We can, however, help you find a safe, responsible home for your pet. Foster families house rescued animals until they can be placed in permanent homes, and we are always in need of new “Foster Homes”. If you are interested in taking care of an animal or volunteering for St. Francis Animal Protection Agency, please view our Contact Us page on our website. Most often, we seek foster homes for kittens rescued from industrial areas. They often need some socialization, and the rewards of seeing them “purr” for the first time cannot be described in words. We can provide you all medical care and any supplies, if you do not have any.
Although we are headquartered in the Bay Area of California, we hope that our efforts are far-reaching and we want to be able to provide you information and resources for the area that you live in. We have links here to other animal rescue groups and always welcome information on new ones that we are not familiar with.
Please take a moment to go to our Success Stories album, and see some of the incredible animals and stories that have touched our lives during this past year.
• Kittens under 6 months old - $150 (2 kittens for $250)
• Cats - $100
• Dogs - $250
• Puppies under 6 months old - $350
All animals have been spayed/neutered, vaccinated and microchipped.