Dahlia - Dahlia was a kitten with AZCARE. She has been adopted and returned a couple of times-through no fault of her own. There was a breakup, a move, and most recently a medical condition that the owner was unable to afford treatment for. She is very sweet girl who has known so much love and just needs her forever home!!
Pet Category: Adult
Leftbehind - Like a infant surrendered to a fire station, he was left in his kennel with a note at Petsmart. Once taken into the rescue, he got the special treatment of being fostered by the President of AZCARE. He is super sweet and cries for loving, wanting to be pet and scratched all the time. He is great with all people and other cats but has not been tested with dogs. His personality is so great that we don't think it will be an issue. Due to his abandonment, he is an absolute love hog and can't wait to fill the heart(s) of his new family.
Mallow - Was found out in Butcher Jones. Thought to be feral, he was brought to the rescue through a TNR program when they realized he wasn't truly feral, just scared. They called us and asked to help him out. He will need a lot of time and love. He will do best in a quiet home with no small children as he scares easily.
Stripes was found on Grand Canyon University's Williamsfield campus and brought to us. She was too sweet to be a feral and oops... she went to college for a degree ended up with a belly full of kittens! Having learned her lesson, she became a mom of 5 adorable kittens and then was promptly fixed. She is great with dogs, cats and kids and would make a wonderful addition to any home.
My 5 Kittens are: Fezz, Donna, Kitty, Kelso, and Hyde.
Butter was a homeless kitty being fed in a neighborhood with other strays. The family who was feeding her was amazed at how friendly she was and brought her to AZ CARE. This fluffy girl is a bundle of love and affection! She is beautiful both inside and out! Once you get to know her and earn her trust, she's true to her name: she'll melt just like Butter!
Pharoah - oh sweet Pharoah! He came in originally as an owner surrender when his person passed away. He was with the rescue for a long time and adopted twice. The first time he was returned because the landlord said no. The second time lasted two years and then... a breakup of his people. He is shy, but quickly comes out of his shell. He has a tiny little baby mew when he sees you and wants pets. And a big old man yowl when you're ignoring him. You just can't help but love this big lug of a boy.