OUR FEATURED PET IS JIMMY- ID#A602442
Jimmy is currently the longest resident at PACC having arrived in June. He’s spunky and sweet and loves treats and kisses. Tucson Brown dog, age descriptions have varied, likely around 4+
The photos and albums on this page are animals currently available for Rescue, Adoption and/or Foster Care. Most are physically at the County Shelter: Pima Animal Care Center (PACC) 4000 N. Silverbell Rd Tucson, AZ 85745. We are not the shelter, you can visit PACC’s official website at www.pima.gov/animalcare.
Some of the animals featured below may be in a foster home while they are waiting to be adopted. You can call 520- 724-7222 to ask questions about any of the animals, including their current location. Use their ID# when calling to get info.
The seniors and the ‘longtimers’ (have been at the shelter more than a month) can normally be adopted right away.
Those who are urgent or have ongoing medical/behavioral concerns may be available for adoption, foster care OR may need to be rescued through an outside organization and their foster homes. For more information or to commit to rescuing or fostering the urgent and special needs animals, please contact the PACC Rescue Coordinator at: email@example.com or the PACC Foster Coordinator at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please Note: An “Urgent” album features animals placed on short term rescue (STR). These dogs and cats have a deadline and may be put down if they are not pulled from the shelter by the deadline.
You can meet ALL pets Monday through Friday 12pm to 7pm and Saturday/Sunday 10am to 5pm.
While ALL dogs and cats at PACC are available to foster, those in the “foster albums” are ONLY able to leave the shelter by going to foster homes right now. Once they are ready for adoption, foster parents may adopt them or help them find adoptive homes.
No Kill Pima County/savethesaveable.com is NOT a shelter. No Kill Pima County is a grassroots organization working to end shelter killing through the comprehensive implementation of the No Kill Equation proven to work in communities across the country.
savethesaveable.com, an initiative of No Kill Pima County, is seeking short term and sustaining donations and sponsorships to cover printing and advertising to give this campaign the greatest reach possible. To support this effort you can donate here http://www.nokillpimacounty.org/donate/