A person wishing to have public sex in San Francisco can find significant swaths of the city all but reserved for this activity. Buena Vista Park; the trees between South Fork Drive and JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park; the woods where El Camino del Mar becomes Lands End Trail; the beaches West of L ... More >>
KPIXOne of the unfortunate animals in question...If you know who decapitated three goats and left the bodies in full view near San Jose's Alum Rock Park -- and you've been sitting on the information -- perhaps $2,500 might loosen your tongue. San Rafael's In Defense of Animals is offering a rewar ... More >>
Joe EskenaziDon't bother asking how much that doggie in the window is...This morning, we wrote about a proposal to ban the sale of any pets (other than fish) within city limits. The suggestion seemed a little extreme to us. But, then, we never had to sign the papers condemning countless doggies, ... More >>
Not seen in these parts...The news that multiple witnesses have spotted what appears to be a monkey tooling around Novato takes the wind out of San Francisco's sails. Nothing is supposed to happen in Novato -- that's why people move to Novato. We're the place that ought to have wild animals galli ... More >>
Tama the railway cat has boosted her employer's revenues by 10 percent. Care to come to San Francisco on your vacation, kitty?By now, many of you will have read the made-for-the-Web story of Tama, the calico savior of Kishikawa station. When the owners of the Japanese Wakayama Railway got wind of ... More >>
In San Francisco, lizards, rodents, and vicious Chihuahuas have all been declared service animals.
Due process, under the law, for every canine
Why does San Francisco, the supposed home of equal rights, continue to discriminate against dogs that make love in the park?
Carl Friedman, Director of Animal Care and Control
A pit bull owner says dogs are still being demonized in the wake of a fatal mauling
Does San Francisco's pit-bull testing program put good dogs in good homes -- or put lethal land sharks back on the street?