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Rescued from Neglect, Nina Finds Forever Home
 
 
Our Emergency Animal Medical Technicians™ rescued Nina from deplorable conditions, in which she was entangled in a chain and tied up so tightly that she couldn’t reach her water or food dishes or even lay down. Sadly, our EAMTs respond to more than 22,000 calls to help animals who have been abused, neglected or injured just like Nina each year. In recognition of ASPCA's Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month in April, celebrate Nina’s heartwarming happy ending witnessed on this past weekend’s Pets On Parade - AHS’ weekly television show that broadcasts each Saturday at 12:30 p.m. on KTVK Channel 3.

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Watch Nina’s story on last week’s Pets on Parade.
 
 
 
 
If You Find a Free-Roaming Kitten, Please Leave in Place
 
 
Kitten season is upon us and both our shelter and community will soon experience an influx of our littlest feline friends. We are asking for your help! It is extremely important that if you find kittens in your yard or neighborhood, please leave them in place. While we all want to help and ensure that these adorable kitties are safe and not in danger, their best chance for survival is actually to remain where they are. Their mother is likely out hunting for food and will soon return. Without their mother to care for them, kittens have less than a 50 percent chance of survival, so it is best that you do not try to move them or bring them to a shelter.

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Missing for a Year, Blue Reunited With Family Thanks to Microchip
 
 
A year ago, Blue went missing. Thanks to a microchip, he’s now back home.

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Summer Fun With Animals at Camp Compassion
 
 
Young animal lovers can help us save lives while having fun this summer during Camp Compassion: Saving More Lives Every Day!

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Victory: Legislative Session Ends Without Passage of Bills Weakening Animal Cruelty Protections!
 
 
After more than two months of tireless outreach, dozens of meetings, hundreds of phone calls and countless emails, the Coalition of Animal Protection Organizations is thrilled to report that the 2014 Arizona legislative session concluded last night without the passage of SB1267/HB2587 - arcane bills that would have significantly weakened Arizona’s cruelty protections for animals.

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Featured Pet: Mr. Maxwell
 
 

Every shelter animal has a story to tell and Mr. Maxwell tells a tale of survival. The 4-year-old Maine Coon had a tough time on the streets and arrived at AHS with a fractured pelvis, a broken leg and multiple wounds on his head. He couldn’t stand, let alone walk, but despite his painful injuries, he never stopped purring.

After a leg amputation surgery, Maxwell confidently strutted right into a foster home for several weeks of recovery. Whether Max is batting at a crinkle ball toy, hanging out with other friendly pets or curled up and purring in your lap, he is a sensational kitty with an abundance of love to give and is ready for a new home. He is available at the Sunnyslope Campus and his adoption fee is only $40. For more information call 602.997.7585 and ask for animal ID number A473262.

 
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$19 Vaccine Clinic
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50% off in Thrift Stores
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Foster Care Orientation in Goodyear
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Pet Grief Support
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