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Dogs, cats, even iguanas pose with Santa

KCBA News
December 4, 2013 8:57 pm

Santa Claus is visiting the Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA’s new adoption center on three dates in December, giving local residents an opportunity to have their pets pose for a holiday keepsake photo.

Santa will be available at the center for the festive photos on Saturday, 12/7 and Saturday, 12/14, from 12-4 pm both days.

Santa will be situated just inside PHS/SPCA’s Center for Compassion main entrance at 1450 Rollins Road in Burlingame. Parking is available on Rollins Road or in PHS/SPCA’s parking lot on Edwards Court.

Visitors must bring their own camera and will be responsible for taking their pet’s photo. If they want to join their pet on Santa’s lap, volunteers at the center can assist.

The $10 flat fee per “sitting” will benefit PHS/SPCA homeless animals. In years past, Santa has posed with cats, goats, even a snake. Multiple pets may pose in one photo as long as their owner can control them.

Dogs must arrive and remain on leash. Owners should bring cats in carriers.

No reservations required.  For more info, call the Peninsula Humane Society at 650-685-8510.

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