ADOPTABLE ANIMALS AT PIMA ANIMAL CARE CENTER
Find it: Pima Animal Care Center, 4000 N. Silverbell Road. 724-7222. pima.gov/animalcare.
Adoption hours: Noon-7 p.m. weekdays; 10 a.m.-5 p.m. weekends.
Et cetera: All PACC pets go home vaccinated, microchipped, and with a free vet visit voucher. A standard $18 licensing fee applies to all adult dogs..
Fees: All PACC pets this week are members of the long-timers club, which means the fees have been waived.
Last week’s pets: All the animals featured last week have found forever homes except for Tanesha, the shepherd mix.
FABIO — AMERICAN STAFFORDSHIRE TERRIER MIX
Age: 3 years.
Story: Fabio loves every person he meets. He is a social butterfly and loves attention. He gives kisses and thinks of himself as a lap dog. Fabio has done well in play groups at PACC and is a rowdy player with other dogs.
DUNDER — AMERICAN PITBULL TERRIER MIX
Age: 5 years.
Story: Dunder is a cheerful boy who loves to go on walks. He walks well on the leash and is very friendly with people.
LOKI — DOMESTIC SHORTHAIR MIX
Age: 2 months.
Story: Loki lost his home due to a divorce and could really use a second chance. He’s a big sweetie who previously lived with children. Our volunteers describe him as playful and independent.
DIAMOND — DOMESTIC SHORTHAIR MIX
Age: 5 years.
Story: Diamond is a pretty little girl who was surrendered to PACC when her owner could no longer care for her. She has the most gorgeous green eyes. PACC volunteers describe her as calm and affectionate.
MORE ADOPTABLE ANIMALS WITH OTHER RESCUE GROUPS
Age: 18 months.
Story: Pepper loves attention and needs an indoor-only home, and she does not like cats so she needs to be the only kitty.
Fee: $40 includes microchip, spaying and current shots.
Contact Info: Paws Patrol Green Valley, 207-4024 www.greenvalleypawspatrol.org.
Meet: by appointment.
MILLIE — ENGLISH COONHOUND
Age: 11 Years
Story: Millie is sweet, affectionate, gentle and calm. She loves to relax on her bed, plenty of belly rubs and loves to be outside on walks to catch all the smells. She might be a bit older, but she still has lots of love to give. She’ll greet you every day with her award winning smile, wiggle butt and a firm paw in your hand. She’s great with other dogs of any size, gender, and all people, including children. She is fully house trained and crate trained. This precious soul had a rough life, but hasn’t let even one bit of it bring her down. Millie has been diagnosed with cancer so she is special needs.
Contact: Southern Arizona Beagle Rescue, 247-7720 or soazbeaglerescue.com
Meet: By appointment.
SMIDGET — GREYHOUND
Age: 4 years.
Story: Smidget is a smart little cookie and a quick learner. She is a happy and very friendly girl who likes to hang out with you and follow you wherever you go. Smidget can sometimes be a little goofy and silly too. She needs to be in a home with no cats or small dogs.
Contact: Southern Arizona Greyhound Adoption, 955-7421 sagreyhoundadoption.org.
CHUBBS — HOUND LAB MIX
Age: 2 years.
Story: Chubbs’ family said he was gentle and tolerant with the 1-year-old, got along with other animals, and described him as really kind.
Contact: The Animal League of Green Valley at 625-3170 or talgv.org.Meet: TALGV, 1600 W. Duval Mine Road, Green Valley, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. daily.
TINK — MEDIUM HAIRED BLACK
Age: 7 years.
Story: Tink loves to get belly rubs, cuddle, and to get attention. He is declawed and very friendly and kind to dogs and kids.
Contact: The Animal League of Green Valley.CYAN — PIT BULL MIXID: 845933.
Age: 1 year.
Story: Cyan loves going on walks, can be shy at first, but is sweet and full of love. Cyan would prefer to be your only pet but is open to meeting female dogs.
Fee: $80 +$19 license.Contact: The Humane Society of Southern Arizona, 327-6088, Ext., 106 or visit www.hssaz.org.Meet: At 3450 N. Kelvin Blvd. (just off Fort Lowell Road between North Dodge Boulevard and North Country Club Road) 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Saturday and noon-5 p.m. Sunday.
ROSIE — DOMESTIC MEDIUM HAIR
Age: 2 years.
Story: Rosie is looking for a home that is as calm and quiet like her. A scratching post and catnip would be nice too. Rosie does well with cat-savvy dogs, some cats, and older kids.
Contact: The Humane Society of Southern Arizona Main Campus.