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Updated: January 16, 2017 @ 7:53 pm
Every day, the Pima Animal Control Center rescues animals, some with heartbreaking stories. These are some of 2016's success stories.
Harlow suffered from heat stroke when he became lost this summer, but he is healthy and home today.
Turtle, left, and Peaches.
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Daisy, left, and Cooper.
Maya has made a tremendous turnaround since she was brought to PACC starved, matted, and infected with maggots.
Born without front legs, hoarding survivor Roo now has a mobility cart.
Skeeter works for his food on a ranch in Benson.
After he almost died when he was a kitten, Johnny Five is alive and well today.
Mr. Bun Bun, a senior bunny saved at Pima Animal Care Center.
Despite losing an eye from being shot with a BB gun 38 times at close range, Francesca does not hold a grudge against people.
Lorde, a working cat, explores his ranch home in Benson.
Rossi, one of the first graduates of PACC’s parvo treatment program, is all grown up today.
Kimber, left, and Rossi.
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