Pets and Beasts

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Burrita Needs a Home

Posted By on Tue, Jun 14, 2016 at 11:00 AM

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Hi, I'm Burrita!

I'm a very sweet and shy 2 year old girl and I need a home. I'm scared here in the shelter and can't wait to be adopted!

I would do great with a family who is willing to help me build my confidence with some positive reinforcement training! I'm very timid so I might need some extra time o get comfortable in a new setting.

If you're patient I might be the perfect pet for your home. I will be very loyal to the right family.

If you're interested in meeting me contact Humane Society of Southern Arizona Main Campus at 327-6088 ext. 173 during regular business hours to check on my availability and exact location!
Lots of love,

Burrita (826267)

Monday, June 13, 2016

Lowered Adoption Fees, You've Got To Be Kitten Me

Posted By on Mon, Jun 13, 2016 at 3:30 PM

Looking for a fun fluffy feline friend to start a life with? Check out Hermitage's 4th Annual Kitten Shower this Saturday, June 18. 
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Hermitage No-Kill Cat Shelter and Sanctuary is filled with kittens and wants to give you the opportunity to complete your family with an adorable kitten, or two or three. 

Head over to the shelter, 5278 E. 21st St., between 12 to 6 p.m. to pet and play with kittens and cats for free. 

In line with their theme this year, New and Certified Pre-Owned, the shelter's offering lowered adoption fees at the shower for all cats.
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The prices are as follows:  
Kittens $35
Adults under 7 years of age, $15
Adults over 7 years of age, $5
Positively Purr-fect Cats, FeLV+ and FIV + are $5

Not currently looking for a new feline friend? That's okay the shelter encourages everyone to still come out and enjoy food, tours, cats, a raffle and a chance to see them before they renovate.

For more information email Hermitage No-Kill Cat Shelter and Sanctuary, visit their webpage or call them at 571-7839.

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Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Beth Needs a Home

Posted By on Tue, May 31, 2016 at 1:00 PM

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Hi, I'm Beth!

I'm a sweet mama, hoping that someone will open their heart and home to me. I'm very sweet to people when I warm up to them and respond well to treats!

I'm only 2 years old so I would love a family who can give me a lot of exercise and play time! Mama dogs tend to spend a longer time in the shelter, but I'm hoping that if you share my post, I can be adopted this week!

Contact Humane Society of Southern Arizona at 327-6088 to check on my availability and exact location!

Lots of love,
Beth (82260)

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

A Blind Pup and His Guide Dog/Best Friend Need a Home

Posted By on Wed, May 25, 2016 at 1:30 PM

Meet Fubu and Cheerio!
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Cheerio, a beautiful 8 year-old male German shepherd, has no eyes. His glaucoma was neglected for more than three years, and both of his eyes were removed to relieve his pain. 

He gets by with help from his friend and companion, Fubu, who serves as Cheerio's eyes. 

Fubu is a 7 year-old Labrador retriever mix, with a history of dental disease. Like Cheerio, he was a backyard dog surrendered to Pima Animal Control.

The two depend on each other and are completely inseparable. Their bond is so strong that Pima Animal Care Center has decided to make them a bonded pair, meaning the pups are looking for a home together.  

As PACC put it in a press release, "Cheerio—literally—gets his sense of direction from Fubu; Fubu gets his strength and confidence from Cheerio."

Tempted? PACC has this to add: "Blind dogs can teach people about courage, joy and love: Imagine the loyalty and happiness these two will bring you!"

For more information on Fubu and Cheerio contact:

Pima Animal Care Center, 4000 North Silverbell Road, 724-5900
Call shelter manager Jose Ocano, 724-5908

Blind/Deaf Shelter Dogs Network, KAN-Networking@hotmail.com

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Monday, May 23, 2016

Patchouli Needs a Home

Posted By on Mon, May 23, 2016 at 3:00 PM

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Hi, I'm Patchouli!

I'm a 10 year old little calico cat who needs a home. I look a little bit different with my crumpled ears and I have a little bobbed tail.

I love people and being snuggled, I practically beg for attention from anyone who walks by my kennel. I'm very affectionate and will make a great addition to a home with a family!

If you're looking for a sweet, unique kitty come over to PAWSH at La Encantada​ to meet me! Don't forget that because of my age you can expect a "senior" adoption fee, which is only $50!

Hope to see you soon!

Lots of love ,
Patchouli (823837)

Summer Safari Friday Nights

Posted By on Mon, May 23, 2016 at 11:00 AM

Family, food, fun and furry friends, Reid Park Zoo's Summer Safari Nights has it all! 

Enjoy the Zoo every Friday evening of the summer, with live music, animal features and dining. 
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Each week will have a different theme.

The first Summer Safari kicked off last Friday, but there's still plenty of time to go on an adventure. 

The themes for the remaining nights are as follows:

May 27: Hooray for Underdogs: Meet the Zoo's Lesser Known Animals
June 3: Animal Playground: Watch Training and Enrichment with Zoo Animals. 
June 10: Buggin' Out : Meet the Animals that Dine on Bugs
June 17: Hats Off to Dads: Learn about our Zoo Dads
June 24: Go Grey: Elephant and Rhino Night
July 1: Spots and Stripes Forever: Zoo Animals with Spots and Stripes
July 8: Staying Cool at the Zoo: Learn how the Animals Stay Cool at the Zoo

The last Summer Safari Friday Night will be on Friday, July 8. Safari nights offers families the chance to enjoy a picnic concert or wander through the zoo, learning about animals and participating in wildlife activities. 

Wondering how much these fun filled nights cost? Look no further. $9 for adults, $7 for seniors, $5 for children, children 2 years and under are free and members get $2 off. 

Sound like fun? Follow the Summer Safari Facebook or check out their website for more information.  

Monday, May 16, 2016

Cassandra Needs a Home

Posted By on Mon, May 16, 2016 at 2:15 PM

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We have a very special cat looking for a home! Meet Cassandra.

This cutie had a litter of kittens and was fostered by one of our long-time supporters. All of her kittens have found their forever homes and we want sweet Cassandra to spend as little time as possible looking for hers!

Her adoption fees have been sponsored and she will stay in the Bonnie Kay Cattery located at PAWSH at Park Place Mall! If you're looking for a sweet, snuggly cat, Cassandra could be the perfect fit!

Contact PAWSH at Park Place at 881-7406 for more information and to check on sweet Cassandra's availability.

Monday, May 9, 2016

Midnight Needs a Home

Posted By on Mon, May 9, 2016 at 12:18 PM

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Meow! I'm Midnight.

I'm a 3 year playful boy and I need a home. I love attention from people and will run right up to you for pets on my head and scratches on my chin.

I tested positive for FeLV, but that doesn't mean that I don't deserve a good home! If you're interested in me, but have current cats don't worry: The Humane Society of Southern Arizona will test and vaccinate them at no cost to you to make sure that all your pets stay happy, safe and healthy!

If you're looking to brighten your home with a social and lovable cat contact the Main Campus at 327-6088 to check on my availability and exact location!

Lots of love,
Midnight (823366)

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