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Rescue Row is a one city block long section of Alabama Street running south from 15th Street to 16th Street. It is parallel to and in between Harrison Street and Florida Street. It is roughly between Mission District and the Potrero Hill.
At the time of its inauguration, Rescue Row's residing organizations and their respective addresses were:
- San Francisco Animal Care & Control, 1200 15th St.
- San Francisco SPCA, 201 Alabama St.
- Muttville Senior Dog Rescue, 255 Alabama St. (First and Second Floors)
- Northern California Family Dog Rescue, 255 Alabama St. (Third and Fourth Floors)
On May 31, 2014, Rescue Row held a ribbon cutting ceremony, hosting animal lovers and potential adopters. During that weekend, adoption fees were waived for all animals. The co-president of the San Francisco SPCA, Dr. Jennifer Scarlett, was quoted as saying, “When people think of pet adoption in San Francisco, we want Rescue Row to be the first destination that comes to mind.”
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- "Renaming Rescue Row". Curbed SF. Retrieved 2018-09-20.
- rescuerow.com, Rescue Row Official Website
- // www.lifewithdogs.tv, www.lifewithdogs.tv Celebrating the New Rescue Row
- "'Rescue Row' in San Francisco - Animal Life". Animal Life. 2014-05-22. Retrieved 2018-09-20.