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Urge Sacramento SPCA to take animals off the menu

Urge the Sacramento SPCA to re-adopt an animal friendly menu policy for their shelter events. The Sacramento SPCA is the first shelter in the nation to reverse its board-approved and community supported meat-free menu policy. Sign and share our petition!

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Staff Spotlight: Estelle Barber

When she first applied with Animal Place, Estelle was told she was overqualified. Learn why we can’t live without her!

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From Interns to Campaigners

Former interns Roxy Kushner and Crystal Kozlak tell us how they got started advocating for chickens.

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Part-Time Animal Caregiver

Part-time animal caregiver needed at Grass Valley, CA, sanctuary!

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Meet Alysoun, saved from slaughter

Many of the animals who trot through our barnyard doors are victims of small, family farms. When Alysoun’s mom abandoned her at a small pasture-based farm raising pigs for slaughter, the farmer decided it was not worth their time or money to save her. The rancher abandoned the piglet, leaving her to die. Another employee […]

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Volunteer Orientation Sign-up

Volunteer orientations will introduce you to Animal Place’s mission and programs and provide an overview of the various volunteer jobs available at our different locations. At the end of the orientation, you will have the opportunity to sign up for training classes and volunteer shifts at any of our locations. If you have any questions […]

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Supervisory Animal Caregiver – A Full-Time, Live-In Position

Animal Place seeks a full-time, live-in Supervisory Animal Caregiver. Must have experience and be ready for hard-but-rewarding work!

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Meet Panda Bob

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Birth: 1/20/2014 Arrival: 2/3/2014 Panda Bob (P. Bob) is one of our friendliest bovines. He loves greeting staff and visitors. He has also been known to ask for scratches behind his ears. P. Bob came to Animal Place as an orphaned calf after his mother was confiscated by local animal control prior to his birth. […]

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Meet Junior

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Birth: 5/19/2013 Arrival: 11/19/2013 Junior has always been one brave Angus! Born on a cow-calf ranch in Northern California, Junior was not about to hang around and be shipped off to slaughter. Bovines born on cow-calf ranches are allowed to nurse and bond with their herds for 8 or 9 months before they are torn […]

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Meet Stanley

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Birth: 11/27/2012 Arrival: 12/5/2012 Stanley is a lovable Angus bovine. He was born on a cow-calf ranch in Northern California. Ranchers planned to let Stanley live in his herd for months before sending him to a feedlot to be fattened for slaughter. One fateful December night, strong wind, rain, and noise separated Stanley from his […]

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