“When I was growing up in the Bay Area, my father used to take me out and feed the homeless dogs, because he thought they were cute and had a nice personality,” he told the Guardian.
“I’ve been to San Francisco a lot, and they’re like a family.
They have this sense of warmth.
I feel like I have a relationship with them.”
His daughter also has a strong affinity for dogs, and has helped him keep the family’s two pit bulls in one home in Oakland.
He has a Facebook page where he posts photos of his dogs and posts advice for those in need.
“We have one dog and two dogs,” he said.
“He’s an awesome dog.
We’ve got three kids, so we need a little help.”
The city has a shelter that caters for the homeless, but it’s not as generous as the shelter in San Francisco, which offers free food, water and other necessities.
The homeless shelter is located in Oakland’s Golden Gate Park, which is a popular spot for people to congregate.
But the park’s park ranger, Dan Gomes, said the park is a prime spot for homeless people to get to the shelter.
“There’s a lot of people coming in and out of that park,” Gomes said.
He said the shelter has a “very large and diverse” crowd of homeless people, and he expects to see a large increase in people coming to the park for a while.
The city’s shelter is only open to people with serious medical conditions.
In addition to its dog-friendly environment, the shelter also has social services for people in need, including food, clothing and shelter.
Gomes and the park ranger said they are encouraging people to bring pets to the Shelter, which has a waiting list of more than 100 people.
“Our shelter is a very important part of our community,” Goms said.
For the homeless and homeless shelters across the country, the wait for people seeking shelter can be excruciating.
The shelters are also under intense pressure from the city to house the homeless population, and the city has been cracking down on homelessness and shelter beds.
As of last week, the city had sent nearly $8 million to homeless shelters nationwide, including more than $3 million to San Jose, the largest city in the state.
Last month, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development released a report on homelessness, calling the city the nation’s most dangerous for homeless residents.
Homeless shelters have been the subject of nationwide protests over the past two years, with protesters calling for homeless shelter spaces to be torn down and for the city of San Francisco to evict the homeless.
A handful of shelters have closed since then.