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  • This graph represents the outcome for 20,285 live cats and dogs who came to Pima Animal Care Center (PACC) in fiscal year 2014. PACC had a live release rate of 68% and a ‘modified’ rate of 78% ( a rate that does not include owner requests for euthanasia).

Save the Date: Fosters to the Rescue, February 28, 2015

Providing solutions to support rescues, No Kill Pima County hosts its free foster recruitment event “Fosters to the Rescue”, helping to add new foster homes to save more cats and dogs!  RESCUES: Register today! Contact Admin@nokillpimacounty.org...

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NKPC Community Meeting 1/31/15

Join us 1/31/15 at a gathering of local shelters. Each will present their history, their mission, the services they provide to the public and how you can help with their mission. Join in the discussion as we look at how we can work together and suppo...

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Volunteers make a difference. Join the S.O.S. Help Desk Team. Contact us to reserve a space in the next training.

YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE: 1/3 of the people we talk to at the S.O.S. Help Desk, outside the PACC intake door, decide NOT to leave their pet(s) at PACC. And over 90% of those pets who walk away do not come back to PACC in the near future either. We a...

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