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Aravaipa
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Aravaipa

Aravaipa and her family were trapped by ASU students who partnered with AZ CARE Rescue to help the local cat population by placing the kittens born on campus into care and working to trap/neuter/release the feral adult cats on the Polytechnic Campus.

Aravaipa shocked her foster family with purrs and cuddles her first day in care. She was destined to be a house cat, pampered, and loved unconditionally! This sweet girl has the tiniest mew and loves spending her time with her people. She has officially renounced her cat family and has yet to realize that she can still be friends with them AND be a house cat.

Meet my family! Picacho, Mary Lou, & Backus

Picacho
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Picacho

Picacho and his brothers and sister were born on Arizona State University’s Polytechnic Campus. Picacho and his family were trapped by ASU students who partnered with AZ CARE Rescue to help the local cat population by placing the kittens born on campus into care and working to trap/neuter/release the feral adult cats on the Polytechnic campus.

Picacho is the runt of his litter and the day he was caught we found his momma sitting right by his trap, protecting her smallest. This little fellow is small, but mighty and has a personality all his own. He is slow to trust, but is making progress every day. He is fast to let you know when he isn't feeling it, but really just needs patience and lot of love.

Mary Lou
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Mary Lou

Mary Lou and her four kittens were trapped by ASU students who partnered with AZ CARE Rescue to help reduce the local cat population by placing the kittens born on campus into care and working to trap/neuter/release (TNR) the feral adult cats on the Polytechnic Campus.

Mary Lou was thought to be feral and went through a TNR program before being brought into care. During her recovery it was discovered that she had a sweet disposition and was a great candidate for rescue. She has the tipped ear, universal sign of an altered feral cat, but the heart of a house cat. It is speculated that she once was a house cat who was released on campus.

Butter
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Butter

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!