Every animal deserves a home. This time of year family is on our minds. Adding a pet to your family is a big decision. Depending on your luck and the age of the pet you adopt, it is a rewarding commitment that lasts 10 to 15 years or more. Please consider adding the unconditional love of an animal to your family.On Saturday, December 15, 2012, from 10 AM to 4 PM, Pinal County Animal Care and Control will be hosting “Holiday Hounds and Christmas Kitties.” The event is being held at the Pet Club located at 1348 East Florence Boulevard in Casa Grande. Adoptions will range from $15 to $65. All adoptions will include spay/neuter, vaccinations and microchips.
Please join Pinal County Animal Care and Control as they come out to San Tan Valley, this Saturday, December 8th for an incredible pet adoption event called “A HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS”.
The event will run from 10am-2pm.Both cats and dogs will be available for special reduced adoption fees ranging from $15-50!
Chutney is a neutered male orange and white kitten who is playful and friendly.
He gets along very well with other cats and would surely love to join your family. Come by the shelter to meet him.
Tip Toe is a laid back, beautiful adult female cat.
She adores sitting, reclining and relaxing on just about any comfortable spot.
She would love to move into your home and keep you company.
WOW is what everyone says when they meet Shadow-he's that gorgeous!
Shadow is about a year old, laid-back, loves to be brushed, loves people...loves everything!
Shadow is sweet and gentle, despite being such a big boy; he's quite happy to curl up in your lap or just hang out with you, wherever you happen to be. Shadow is OK with other cats; he hasn't been assessed around dogs, though they don't seem to bother him, either...and he's kid friendly, too!
All Shadow wants is a forever home, a few kitty treats now and then-and to be brushed regularly so as to keep that fabulous coat...purrfect!
Grace is about 4 years old, sweet and a bit reserved.
This pretty blue-gray girl's eyes light up when she sees you coming and she likes nothing better than to go for walks and explore the world with her person by her side.
Grace has not been extensively assessed around other dogs, but seems to be OK; she is unknown around cats.
Grace would love to learn a few basic commands (like sit and stay) so she could be a real "canine good citizen" and go everywhere with her new best friend-you!