If adopting a cat is in your holiday plans, the Humane Society of Southern Arizona is having a great special.
Adopted pets will be spayed or neutered, microchipped and vaccinated.
The kitten was taken to the Humane Society of Southern Arizona for medical treatment
About 300 people took part last year, raising more than $15,000.
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This just in from the Humane Society of Southern Arizona:
Vanna and Lily have made a full recovery since they were found tied to the fence at the Humane Society of Southern Arizona's main shelter May 12 — injured, emaciated and covered in feces.
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:
An increase in dogs and puppies coming in with the fatal distemper virus has caused the Humane Society of Southern Arizona to cease accepting canines for the next week while the shelter is being cleaned and sanitized.
The Humane Society of Southern Arizona has reduced the adoption fee for cats and kittens through June, which is Adopt a Shelter Cat month.
Here's the deal, The Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa offering a room upgrade when you adopt a dog from the Humane Society of Southern Arizona or Pima Animal Control Center through Oct. 1.
The Humane Society of Southern Arizona is waiving adoption fees on all adult pets as part of its four day Memorial bash, May 23 through May 26.
The Arizona Gives online fundraising campaign for charities raised nearly $1.4 million during its 24-hour event Wednesday.
A decade ago, Jenn Wilcox was a doctoral student with an expertise in bacterial genetics.
The Humane Society of Southern Arizona will provide 200 spay surgeries for $20 in February in an effort to prevent unwanted litters from being born this spring.
The grass will soon be greener for the dogs at the Humane Society of Southern Arizona, thanks to a makeover from Santa Rita Landscaping.