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SF’s Animal Care & Control Joins A&E’s “Live Rescue” TV Show

A&E’s “Live Rescue” show about first responders now showcases SF’s Animal Care & Control caring for lost & sick animals
By - posted 10/8/2020 No Comment

San Francisco Animal Care & Control announced today that it has joined A&E’s live original documentary series, “Live Rescue,” which airs Friday and Saturday nights at 9pm PT.

Hosted by Matt Iseman (America Ninja Warrior), “Live Rescue” follows EMTs, paramedics and fire fighters across the country as they bravely put their lives on the line responding to emergency rescue calls. The series also covers agencies that respond to animal rescues, both domestic pets and wildlife. Matt is joined by analysts Captain Garon Mosby of the St. Louis Fire Department and Registered Nurse Dan Flynn.

“San Francisco Animal Care & Control is thrilled to be involved with A&E’s Live Rescue. It’s a wonderful opportunity to showcase the compassionate and exciting work of our dedicated staff.” Virginia Donohue, Executive Director.

About San Francisco Animal Care & Control  

The Department of Animal Care & Control (ACC) is a taxpayer-funded, open-door animal shelter.  ACC provides housing, care and medical treatment to wild, exotic and domestic stray, lost, abandoned, sick, injured and/or surrendered animals. ACC aims to adopt, rehome or reunite domestic animals with their guardians, and release wildlife to their native habitat.  ACC responds to animal related emergencies, including animal abuse and neglect as well as matters of public safety.  www.sfanimalcare.org