Tucson: Centennial Club Animals Need Homesby Karyn Zoldan on Feb. 10, 2012, under Adopt Me! Adopt Me! Adopt Me!, Dogs, Canines, Fun with Fido, Barking Encouraged
from the press release
Nearly 20 cats and dogs have called the Humane Society of Southern Arizona home for the past 100 days or more. They are the Centennial Club.
To mark Arizona’s Centennial, these animals are part of an adoption special from Friday, Feb. 10 through Tuesday, Feb. 14 – the day Arizona became a state in 1912. Adopt one of our Centennial Club dogs for $19 or cats $12 – and give a special, patient animal the forever home he or she has been waiting for.
Meet a few members of the Centennial Club:
• Misty, a sweet but shy 7 year-old cat, has lived in staff offices for nearly a year.
• 1 year-old Hank is in our Almost Home program and has lived with a foster family for months.
• 7 month-old Pebbles was found as a stray puppy. She came in needing immediate medical care and is now looking for a permanent home.
• Cooper is an adorable hound who loves kids, needs a yard, and would make a perfect family dog.
The Humane Society of Southern Arizona is committed to matching each animal with the right family. Some animals have never known the love and affection they deserve, and require more time and training to find their forever family.
In looking back and celebrating Arizona’s history, here’s a chance to make a difference in an animal’s future. For more information on these animals go to the website, call 520-3276-088, or visit the main shelter at 3450 N. Kelvin Blvd.
The Humane Society of Southern Arizona
The Humane Society of Southern Arizona was founded in 1944. The Humane Society of Southern Arizona (HSSA) is a nonprofit 501 (c)(3) charitable organization, funded solely by donations and the services they offer to the public, receiving no government funding. HSSA is not a department of federal, state, county, or city government, nor affiliated with any other charitable organization. It stands on its own and saves the lives of thousands more animals that all other agencies in southern Arizona combined.