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Adoptable pets in Tucson

Adoptable pets in Tucson

Adopted: Yolo and Bear from Pima Animal Care Center.


Contact: Pima Animal Care Center, 4000 N. Silverbell Road, 724-5900

Hours: By appointment only.

Sign up to foster: or make an appointment to adopt:

Adoption includes spaying or neutering, vaccinations, microchip and a free vet visit. A $20 license fee applies to adult dogs.


ID No.: A717885

Age: 2 years

Story: Potion is a sweet, smiley hunk who is so gentle when taking treats. This wiggly wombat is super happy and always ready to make friends with every person he meets. Potion appears to be housebroken, he’s super loving, smart and funny.

Fee: $0 adoption fee.


ID No.: A710564

Age: 3 years

Story: Acorn is a loving young lady who fills everyone’s heart with joy. She’s a big lap dog who knows basic commands, is potty trained and crate trained. Her favorite thing in the world is getting pets and her second favorite thing is going on walks. She’s currently in foster care but is available for adoption. Acorn would love to show you how well she can sit, lay down and give paw. Please email to meet her.

Fee: $0 adoption fee.


ID No.: A714548

Age: 7 years

Story: Rosco is such a pleasure to be around. He’s low maintenance, doesn’t care if he has food or drool on his face, he gives the best kisses and gets zoomies like he’s a 2-year-old. Rosco is friendly to everyone he’s met at PACC and loves to go for walks around the lake.

Fee: $0 adoption fee.


ID No.: A717196 and A717197

Ages: 3 years

Story: Chomoko and his sister Chona are ready to go home with you today. Chomoko is very handsome, friendly, easygoing, sweet and fun to be with. Chona is cautious and a little shy. These two have been together all their lives. It hasn’t been determined if they’re truly bonded yet, so they may be fine on their own. But if you happen to be thinking of saving a pair, please keep them in mind.

Fee: $0 adoption fee.


ID No.: A681365

Age: 7 years

Story: Michael Phelps has lots of personality and loves to explore while out on his walks. This handsome senior is fun, funny and super entertaining. He likes to play with his tug toy and will wrestle you for it and chase it when thrown. He also likes to just lay on his dog bed and chew on a furry, squeaky toy. After a little play time and his supper, you’ll find him curled up in his dog bed ready to be out for the night.

Fee: $0 adoption fee.


ID No.: A622714 and A718048

Ages: 5 years and 7 years

Story: Alsay and Halsey are both friendly, good- natured and calm. Alsay is a little shy and demure while Halsey is very outgoing and adventurous. Alsay is more of the laid-back, mellow type who relies on Halsey to check everything out and she relies on him to watch out for her. He’s more than happy to be Alsay’s look-out guy and play the part of the social butterfly.

Fee: $0 adoption fee.



Age: 6 months

Story: Gomer is a fun-loving kitten from the Mayberry litter out of Tumacacori. This little guy is a character and although he may not be as outgoing with strangers as his namesake was, he is working on it and will come around in no time. Maybe what this grey tabby needs is a great adult cat who understands how nice humans can be to give him some pointers. If you have that great cat who needs a kitten companion, come see Gomer. Adoption qualifications required.

Fee: $40. COVID-19 adoption specials: all kittens 12 months or younger are now $40 and all other cats are $20. Includes microchip, neutering and current shots.

Contact: Paws Patrol, Green Valley, 520-207-4024.

Meet: By appointment, give us a call.


Age: 6 months

Story: Opie is the brother of the fun-loving Gomer. Like his siblings, he is named after the characters in the Andy Griffith TV show. (Are you old enough to remember them?) These kittens all look very much alike and Opie is the most outgoing and has the biggest ears. He loves to roll over and be petted. All of the Mayberry litter might be a little shy at first, but Gomer and Opie are a bonded pair and need to stay together. And if you have room for Andy, the more the merrier. These boys will keep you entertained. Adoption qualifications required.

Fee: $40. COVID-19 adoption specials: All kittens 12 months or younger are now $40 and all other cats are $20. Includes microchip, neutering and current shots.

Contact: Paws Patrol


Age: 10 months.

Story: Matthew is a 50-pound puppy that is still growing, and his friends at TALGV are helping him learn new things every day. He loves to walk and is still working on his leash training. Please call and make an appointment to meet Matthew.

Fee: $85, includes neuter, shots, and microchip.

Contact: The Animal League of Green Valley at 520-625-3170 or We are currently closed to the public except for appointments to meet one of our animals.

Meet: By appointment. TALGV, 1600 W. Duval Mine Road, Green Valley, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. daily


Age: 10 and 11 years.

Story: Bobcat and Siam have always been together, and he’s become her “protector” as well as her best friend. Bobcat is FIV Positive, but he is the playful, outgoing one while Siam is mostly shy and laid-back. Seeing how much they love each other and enjoy your attention and affection will be a real pleasure you can enjoy every day when you take them home with you.

Fee: $45 for both, includes Vet Care Support for Life, spay/neuter, shots, and microchips.

Contact: The Animal League of Green Valley


ID No.: 896384

Age: 5 years

Story: Hannah is independent but very outgoing. She’s a curious girl with lots of torti-tude. Hannah would prefer a family where she can be the only cat.

Fee: $80

Contact: The Humane Society of Southern Arizona Main Campus 520-327-6088, Ext. 173

Meet: 635 W. Roger Road. 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays; noon-5 p.m. Sundays


ID No.: 895142

Age: 11 months

Story: Brun is one bouncy boy. He has tons of energy and loves to play. He does well with other dogs and is eager to learn new tricks. Brun would do best with a dog-experienced family with time to train him.

Fee: Sponsored

Contact: The Humane Society of Southern Arizona Main Campus


Age: 1½ years

Story: Micah was found roaming a neighborhood by one of our long-time volunteers. He is a very sweet boy who loves a belly rub. Micah is playful, a tiny bit talkative and likes to follow people around. He would be good as an only cat or with one other mellow kitty. So far, he is not fond of a dog.

To adopt please complete our electronic application:

Fee: $99 (includes neuter, microchip and age appropriate shots.)

Contact: Pawsitively Cats,


Age: 3 years

Story: These two beautiful kitties came to us when their human wasn’t able to care for them any longer. They are a bonded pair and need to find a home together. They’re both a little shy at first meeting, but are loving and affectionate. They would make the best two new friends you could ask for, and will bring many years of snuggles and love to their families.

Fees: $130 for both

Contact: The Hermitage No-Kill Cat Shelter & Sanctuary, 5278 E. 21st St.

Meet: By appointment only, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday

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