Wednesday, June 13, 2012

SF to pay panhandlers to foster problem dogs

Starting Aug. 1, San Francisco, - in a program believed to be the first of its kind in the country - will attempt to lure panhandlers to give up their cardboard signs and metal cups in exchange for a small stipend to foster problematic puppies at the city's Animal Care and Control.

The panhandlers will earn $50 to $75 a week for helping prepare rowdy, hyper or shy dogs for adoption.


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