Tucson attorneys have found a step-adoption workaround.
Same-sex couple has also fostered more than a dozen kids.
Biological dad wasn't informed of Mohave County judge's action.
The story of Taj comes courtesy of Cockers and Poms:
July 1 through 8 is Freedom Week at Pima Animal Care Center. There's no adoption fee for the first 50 animals adopted (the standard $15 licensing fee still applies for adult dogs). Once PACC reaches 51 adoptions, the base adoption fee for July will be $30 – and every adopter will get a chanc…
If you've been thinking of bringing a cat or a kitten into your home, there is no better time than now. The Tucson area's shelters are filled with great felines who need a forever home. Here are a few places to go:
The Humane Society of Southern Arizona has reduced the adoption fee for cats and kittens through June, which is Adopt a Shelter Cat month.
Cookies were uneaten, brochures went untouched Saturday at an open house for potential foster parents, but the lack of attendance didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of Nancy and Steve Boccardo, who waited patiently to speak with anyone interested in the program.
The Pima Animal Care Center is holding a “tent sale” throughout May to reduce dog overcrowding in the shelter.
The 10th annual March for Children, which helps bring awareness to the issue of child abuse and highlights the local agencies and individuals that work to keep children safe, and the Casa de los Niños family fiesta drew about 2,000 people to Reid Park Sunday morning.
Puppy mills and backyard breeders are operations that emphasize profit above animal welfare. While there is no official definition, in a 1984 legal decision, the term “puppy mill” was defined as “a dog-breeding operation in which the health of the dogs is disregarded in order to maintain a l…
If your New Year’s resolution involves lending a helping hand more often in the community, you can get off to a good start by heading over to Pima Animal Care Center on New Year’s Day.
PHOENIX — Arizonans looking for ways to divert some of what they owe the state to other causes have a new option this year: foster care.
Yes, Nicole and Calvin Eason are living in Tucson.
For Tucsonans who read a shocking Reuters investigation on adopted kids published this week, two big questions leap to mind:
Come on. Just look at these faces. Don't you have a place in your home for a loyal companion? The Pima Animal Care Center is hoping you do, because it has far more animals than it can handle.
These dogs are among many sharing too few kennels as a result of overcrowding at the Pima Animal Care Center.
A mom and her nine puppies huddle together at the Pima Animal Care Center. Overcrowding has the center pleading for people to adopt or foster a cat or dog who desperately needs a home before time runs out. The center wants to save more pets and euthanize fewer.