Money given to shelter up 300% since 2010.
Pima Animal Care Center needs $10,000 to support cat program.
The Pima Animal Care Center is holding a “tent sale” throughout May to reduce dog overcrowding in the shelter.
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.
Fights are relatively common inside the overcrowded kennels at the Pima Animal Care Center. Dogs growl, gnash their teeth and bits of flesh are torn as they fight in cramped quarters for limited resources.
Pima Animal Care Center is asking the community's assistance with the immediate overcrowding at its shelter by considering adoption.
Butters, a 5-year-old Sharpei mix described as a "mellow and affectionate guy" is one of 72 animals who are free to a good home this weekend at the PACC.
His name is Butters, a 5-year-old Sharpei mix described as a "mellow and affectionate guy" who was picked up while on a stroll around Reid Park golf course.
Beyond extremely urgent. Imagine those words next to a name - Matilda, Kermit, Chives - and a photo of an animal that wants only to be loved. Animals don't know those words mean their time is running out.
Elliott has enamel dysplasia, which may require extra teeth cleaning. He's a 4-year-old, super-sweet Lab mix.
Espresso is a very sweet girl, a lab/rottie mix and only 1 1/2 years old.
Are you a Husky fan? If so, Catalina is waiting for you! This young girl is gorgeous.
Alice loves tummy rubs. Only 1 year old, she is extremely affectionate.
Sweet Mona is a leaner: When you stand still, she leans on you. This 1-year-old is spayed and ready to go.
If you want elegance, that's Gracie. Her amazing blue eyes and gorgeous coloring make her one of a kind.
Someone likes their photo taken. This little model girl is just 5 months old.
Molly is quite the darling with shelter volunteers - she rolls over onto her back for belly rubs just like a puppy.
If you're in the market for a new pet, the Pima Animal Care Center has no shortage of friendly, furry animals.