You can meet our adoptable and special needs animals on Friday and Saturday afternoons from noon – 4pm at 3255 N. Flanwill Blvd, or most Saturdays 11am-3pm at PetCo at 9640 E. 22nd St (at Harrison) or the Oro Valley MarketPlace PetCo. For other times, call 520-289-2747 to make an appointment. Descriptions of some of our adoptable animals can be seen on the PetFinder site by clicking HERE.
Serena is an unusual dilute calico kitty with a sweet personality. She would love to find a loving forever home!
Joey came to us as a frightened feral cat, but little by little started to trust people. He broke his foot, and after a visit to the vet, he surprisingly started letting people hold him and now he's very cuddly! Joey snuggles and purrs as if he is showing gratitude for the care he's received. An amazing turnabout and we're all so happy for Joey!
Nanners is a cute young boy, very playful and curious! He is at our Ft. Lowell house, waiting for a loving adopter to take him to his forever home.
Speedway is a pretty and sweet tabby cat. She was once a very shy girl but has become very friendly and relaxed. She had lived in fear of being terrorized by big dogs in her former home, and had stayed under a bed for years when her owners decided she would be better off somewhere else. She is about 10 years old. Speedway likes petting but not being picked up or having her lower back/tail touched. She does love to sit on laps and would be best as an only pet, absolutely no dogs!
Adorable Angie is adoptable! Meet this soft and fluffly girl at our Ft. Lowell house.
Bob is a large black cat who is super friendly! Bob tested positive for FIV but is otherwise healthy. He likes to stay close to people and would make a loyal pet.
Rufus is a gorgeous medium haired Siamese kitty who lives at our Ft. Lowell house. He is slightly shy but if approached slowly, loves to be petted!
Alice is a very friendly kitty and she'd love to have a home of her own as an only cat! Black cats are often passed over when it comes to adoption, but be assured that they are as sweet as can be!
Devon (orange tabby) naps with Maxster (brown tabby.) This photo was taken just days before we learned that Maxster had a cancerous growth in his mouth and he has since passed away. Devon is in good health and would love to find a forever home!
Murphy is a bit shy, but he's a sweet cat who would make a loyal pet.
Minuet is beautiful and friendly. She lives in our Ft. Lowell house, gets along well with other cats, and would make a great pet!
Pepsi is cute as can be! She was born in 2003 but is still quite playful. You can meet Pepsi at our Ft. Lowell house.
Blizzard is a little shy, but would do well in a quiet home. You can visit this white beauty at our Ft. Lowell house.
Big Red isn't shy at all! He loves attention and would love to find his forever home. You can meet Big Red at our Ft. Lowell location.
Benjamin is slightly shy, but would probably blossom into a more affectionate cat if he found the special home he deserves!
Just let her nose lead the way! Ginger lives for walks and jogs. She has a big place in her heart for people and always has plenty of affection and kisses to share. Ginger makes you feel special and important every time you walk through the door. Ginger needs to be an only pet as is aggressive toward cats and other dogs. Ginger loves kids though! She has much energy to burn and would love to have her very own person to play with.
Ernie is a Labrador/hound mix who always has a story to tell everyone. This sweet old fellow has a heart as big as he is! Ernie also displays good humor and is full of life despite having some special needs. Ernie has arthritis which may make his joints ache, and he can no longer see the world through his blind eyes. He makes every day a joy by being easy to please. Ernie enjoys his naps, a couple of pats on the head and a treat now and again. Ernie is just looking for someone to take it easy with. He also has a soft spot for Millie; see below.
Millie wants to be won over; you can see it in her eyes. This shy girl is apprehensive at first but once she's comfortable she won't leave your side. Millie has a lot of energy and loves to run in the yard. This Shepherd mix takes great pleasure in rolling over for a belly rub! Millie is a gentle soul, in search of another gentle soul. All she needs is a trusting friend to spend her days with. Millie and Ernie are a well bonded pair of dogs. If you have room in your heart and home, please call to meet them!