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As Hurricane Irma threatens Florida, Roughly 150 pets that were previously up for adoption in Fort Lauderdale have been evacuated to the East Bay.
Police in Antioch responded to two incidents involving welfare checks on animals and ended up facilitating the removal of more than 70 animals from two residences.
A 26-year-old man who prosecutors believe may have tortured and killed up to 16 cats was sentenced Friday to 16 years in jail.
Animal shelters and the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society are currently experiencing an influx of kittens likely due to record rainfall across the Bay Area.
The first of its kind cat café and adoption center based in Oakland is expanding with the help of a $162,500 grant.
Police are asking for the public's help to find someone who shot a cat with an arrow last week in Livermore.
A kitchen fire at a residence in Livermore displaced a family of four Friday.
Raccoons in parts of Santa Cruz County have tested positive for distemper, The Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter announced.
A 24-year-old man was arraigned today in an animal cruelty case involving cats targeted in San Jose's Cambrian Park neighborhood.
More than 250 animals found homes this holiday season through The San Francisco SPCA's annual Holiday Windows event at Macy's Union Square.
More than two dozen had to be euthanized while others are being nursed back to health.
An Oakland attorney was convicted of felony animal cruelty for failing to properly care for more than 100 cats.
29 of defendant Jan Van Dusen's 100 cats were either dead or needed to be euthanized.
Dogs and cats rescued from squalor in Pacific Grove are now ready for new homes.
Forensic scientists are set to publish Britain's first database of cat DNA so that it can be used for solving crimes.
Fresh research could pave the way to treat people afflicted with allergies to cats and dogs.
Nearly 100 felines are clawing at the big scratching post in the sky after a house fire swept through a San Jose home.
Biologists estimate domestic cats in the U.S. kill up to 3.7 billion birds and as many as 20.7 billion small mammals each year.
A woman brought a cat to a Lafayette vet with an unusual injury — an arrow stuck in its back. Seriously. An arrow.
A fifth rabid bat found near Lake Merced this year has prompted a warning from health officials.
A mischievous young tabby who got the ride of her life inside the engine compartment of a van remains unclaimed.