proudly powered by the passionate pet lovers at
purina

Search and see photos of adoptable pets in the Phoenix, Arizona area

Adopt-a-Pet.com is the easiest way for you to search for a new pet in Phoenix, Arizona

Find a pet to adopt!

 or by city (ex: Miami, FL)

Our Featured Phoenix, AZ Partner:

Citizens For North Phoenix Strays

Phoenix, AZ 85053
(602) 332-6615

Dog adoption and cat adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog or adopt a cat and you'll have a friend for life! Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.

Pets at Our Rescue Group:

Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:

"The animal rescue world is not a perfect world,
but we leave it better than the way we found it"tm

WHO WE ARE...
Citizens For North Phoenix Strays is a non-profit 501c3, 100% volunteer, no kill
animal rescue organization that has been "Helping People, Help Animals"tm since before 1993.

We are here to share our knowledge, information and resources to help educate and
facilitate efforts so more people are able to come to the aid and welfare of the animals.

CNPS will encourage, assist and support anybody, anywhere that needs help
saving an animal. Whether it be thru low cost spaying and neutering,
humane trap-neuter-release, or by giving an animal a second chance thru adoption.

Ck out our FB page www.facebook.com/CitizensForNorthPhoenixStrays

**SAVE A MILLION LIVES, BY JUST SPAYING ONE**

Interested in donating to help us, help the animals?
There is a 'donate button' at cnps.petfinder.org

If you have a pet cat or pet dog that you want to get spayed or neutered – This flyer will help you.
If you found a tame or feral cat/kittens or a dog/puppy – This flyer will help you.
If you are looking for help in finding a new home for a pet or stray, dog or cat – This flyer will help you.
If you feed strays YOU MUST ALSO SPAY AND NEUTER or all you are doing is breeding cats to die-This flyer will help you TNR=Trap Neuter Release


Click or copy and paste the link below for our information flyer which has many resources for you to use to help save that animals life.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/kbybpkvld0f79f4/Help%20for%20dogs%20and%20cats%205-2015.doc?dl=0

If you feed strays YOU MUST ALSO SPAY AND NEUTER or all you are doing is breeding cats to die.

About Our Rescue Group:

To view our info flyer in page form click on or cut and paste...
https://www.dropbox.com/s/kbybpkvld0f79f4/Help%20for%20dogs%20and%20cats%205-2015.doc?dl=0

CITIZENS FOR NORTH PHOENIX STRAYS
“The ‘animal rescue’ world is not a perfect world
But we leave it better than the way we found it”TM

Thank YOU! For caring enough to make an effort and help save an animal’s life
The resources to help save a life are all right here in this flyer.
Read thoroughly and take the flyer in baby steps as not to get overwhelmed and quit.
Use all the resources, don’t sit back and wait for something to happen or somebody else to do it.
If you feel this was helpful please share.

For stray cats and feral/wild cats - these cats DO NOT have to die!!
If you are feeding stray or feral cats, help is available to get them spayed and neutered!
Trap-Neuter-Release is the most humane and effective method of stabilizing free-roaming cat populations.
*Call Pam 602-717-2287 or Susie 602-689-6069 at Az Feral Cats
Very busy people, please be brief. All they want to know is you are the feeder and you want them back,
Even if it is to get the tames ones adopted out later…you want them back.
*Call The Spay/Neuter Hotline 602-787-4240 or 602-254-7728 *Call Altered Tails 602-943-7729
Foundation for Homeless Cats 602-410-2972 carlajewell@cox.net, Grant granterling@yahoo.com
Maia 602-380-9530 mmorgan@phoenixunion.org
Trap-Neuter-Release = TNR effectively stabilizes and reduces feral cat populations

*Remember if there are kittens in need there is also a breeding mother and father that also need to help*

SPAY AND NEUTER THOSE STRAYS NOW BEFORE THEY START BREEDING!
With AZ weather cats go into heat 4x a yr v/s 1x yr. 1 stray will produce 27 new strays that will reproduce.
Don’t be angry with stray cats… They are here because cruel irresponsible people threw them away.

CATS - If you cannot walk up to it and pick it up, if it runs from you,
if you have to trap it then**PLEASE FOCUS ON TNR** Trap Neuter Release
When you take in a trapped cat (feral, semi feral) and try and tame it down
you weaken their structure and survivability skills making them more susceptible to disease.
If the cat does not tame down over time you cannot release it
because now it is vulnerable to the outside world and will have trouble surviving.
If you cannot make a 20 yr. commitment to take care of that unadoptable cat then just TNR!
YOU CAN NOT RELOCATE – IT DOESN’T WORK AND THE ANIMAL SUFFERS
You must release in the same place you trapped.
Later, if it tames down and you can walk up and pick it up, then adopt it out.

If you have LOST an animal
POST SIGNS IMMEDIATELY, EVERYWHERE!! Go to Facebook LOST PETS IN ARIZONA, Craigslist.
Leave food out front and back. Put out clothing with your smell. Tell neighbors to check bushes and sheds.
Lost http://gis.maricopa.gov/mapapp/animalcarecontrol/stray/index.html
Lost or Found https://www.facebook.com/LostDogsArizona or https://www.facebook.com/lostcatsaz
Lots of great info https://www.facebook.com/groups/315591408463828/

*EMAIL ME FOR ALLERGY INFO – YOU CAN KEEP YOUR PET, EVEN IF YOU HAVE ALLERGIES!*
*EMAIL ME FOR A LIST OF PET FRIENDLY APARTMENTS/HOMES. YOU CAN KEEP YOUR PETS!!*

YOU CANNOT GIVE UP * THAT ANIMALS’ LIFE RELIES ON YOU!
You will need to be PATIENT and work the system. Every adoptable animal WILL GET A HOME!

If you offer to foster the animal until it is adopted, you will get help faster.
If the dog or cat you are trying to help is spayed or neutered you will get help quicker (page 3)

A pet or stray CAT or kittens or DOG and puppies *need a new home *
DON’T RELY ON ONE ORGANIZATION/PERSON*USE ALL THE RESOURCES GIVEN IN THIS FLYER
Make sure the organization/people helping you with adoption, adopts cats to inside homes only,
that they do NOT allow declawing and that they will take back their adopted dogs and cats
if the adoption does not work out. You don’t want that animal to end up at the kill shelters.

I can network your plea for help Email me a good pic of the animal ON the email not attached, a sentence about the situation
and ON the mail I need your phone and email address. badkittyts@aol.com.
For best exposure get that animal into an adoption event. Most organizations that adopt out at Petsmart and Petco
will work with you if the animal is fixed and you are willing to foster until its adopted
DOGS - How CNPS can help…
If you can foster this small dog then CNPS can help you. Call Noemi 602 689 2157
She will help facilitate getting this small dog ready for adoption ie spayed/neutered, shots, micro chipped.
CNPS will list the animal online and schedule the dog to participate at our adoption events every Sat and Sun at Petco at I17 and Happy Valley Road SE corner.

MORE HELP FOR CATS AND DOGS
Don’t sit and wait for ‘somebody else’ to come through. Get that animal’s info and pics out to many rescues
Every Petco, Petsmart and most pet food stores have at least one organization adopting out animals.
Call and get the phone numbers to these organizations to see how they can help. Remember
to let them know that you will “help them, help the animal”, that you will foster the animal and bring it to adoptions.
Petfinder and Adopt A Pet - Go to these websites and do a search for ”cats or dogs” in your zip code.
It will pull up animals for adoption and their organizations. Call or email to see how they can help you.

CATS – If these options are impossible at least take the next best minimal action by fixing and releasing.
This allows the stray, freedom to take care of itself without the overwhelming burdens of reproducing.
If you do nothing the animal will still be where it is at, but unfixed and breeding. That’s a cruel, cruel life.
Please don’t just walk off and ignore that animal. Nobody else but you is going to do anything about it.

DOGS - If you can pick out any distinct breeds in the dog your trying to help, contact C.A.B.R.A. = Coalition of All Breeds Rescue 480-874-2511
or http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/AZ79.html scroll all the way down. If you think he has any Shepherd, call Shepherd rescue
and say you have a Shepherd (NOT a MIX) that needs help. If you think he also has any Lab, then call Lab rescue
and say you have a Lab (NOT a MIX). Let THEM decide if he is a purebred. If you’re not sure of what the animal is, send me a picture.
Please Do Not Use Online Classifieds i.e.: Craigslist, to give away animals!
Use a reputable rescue organization to find a safe and permanent home

Summer months are extremely slow but adoptions are not impossible.
PLEASE be patient and give that animal a chance.

**SAVE A MILLION LIVES, BY JUST SPAYING ONE**
***WARNING***
#1: Be sure you know who you are working with ie: Do they follow-up, do they take returns, are dogs/cats adopted to indoors only,
NO declawing etc. Our worst rescues have been from incompetent rescues.
#2: Please, use your options versus taking that animal to a kill shelter. The kill shelter, The Humane Society and The Pound
have to kill to make room for more that are guaranteed to be dumped that day. It is NOT their fault.
Due to uncaring irresponsible people that dump these poor animals not fixed in the first place! The shelters are tired of euthanizing!
Please be the one who does care and use these resources.


YOUR LAST OPTION…Death is not the absolute worst thing these animals have to look forward to, we are all going to die…it’s HOW they die that’s important. If you have no choice but to have an animal euthanized because he is too old, aggressive, has medical issues or whatever, go to a veterinarian and have it done the right way. Don’t let him die at the Humane Society or the Pound! They have to euthanize hundreds of animals a day because of irresponsible dumpers. Give that animal what it deserves, and that is, a non-threatening, quiet environment surrounded by love. Let that stray or unwanted pet be put to sleep peacefully, held by you or while being petted and not in total fear the last few minutes of his life.
It’s very important to have the pre-anesthetic shot done first, NO CATHETERS!


MAKE A DIFFERENCE * SPAY AND NEUTER TM
Did you know it is cheaper to fix and release ($25) than it is to drop off at the kill shelters ($96)!

Use common sense. Cats must be in a plastic carrier and dogs must be on a leash!
*ALWAYS EAR TIP FERALS AND TAME CATS GOING BACK OUTSIDE*

For free to low cost spay and neuter…
Maricopa County – The Big Fix Program Free Spay/Neuter tame cats only – all dogs
http://www.maricopa.gov/pets/SpayNeuter/voucher.aspx 602-506-7387 2500 S. 27th Ave Phx. Az.
Contact Maricopa County Pound, above for the ‘application’ then mail away for the free ‘voucher’.
Be sure you get enough ‘applications’ for all the cats and dogs you want to have fixed for free.
List kittens age…10wks, and the “reason”…‘you need help spaying and neutering your pet’.
Don’t wait for kits to get to 10wks because it takes 4-7 weeks for the vouchers to arrive and kits must be 2# or 10wks old to get fixed.
By the time you receive the vouchers the kittens are old/big enough to be fixed.

*Check all websites, for spay and neuter specials!*
Altered Tails 602-943-SPAY (7729) http://www.alteredtails.org/ tame and feral cats – all dogs
950 W. Hatcher between Peoria and Dunlap They ALWAYS have free specials – call them!
Owned cats, owned Chihuahua’s and Chi mixes, owned Pits and Pit mixes are almost always FREE!!!!

N Phx Spay/Neuter Clinic 602-787-4240 www.northphoenixspayneuterclinic.com Great clinic!

The Spay and Neuter Hotline 602-254-7729 www.spayneuterhotline.org tame and feral cats – all dogs
For info and assistance with trap-neuter-release of stray and feral/wild cats

Az Feral Cats Pam 602-717-2287 Susie 602-689-6069 Trap-Neuter-Release stray and feral/wild cats
Free to low-cost. They have programs that every animal lover can afford. They help dogs, too!

Free Spay and Neuter Programs Empty Bowl 888-606-2299 Carmen 602-410-8287

FOR MORE HELP WITH CATS AND DOGS…KEEP READING

A pet is a family member for life, not a throw away toy. Besides LOVE and COMMITMENT…
All a pet cat needs is…an inside home, huge cat condo, cat nip, laser lite, feather toy, quality food.
A dog needs…an inside home, collar with id tags ie: phone/address, halter for walks, leash, quality food.

Due to sick and cruel people poisoning, trapping and dumping in the desert, shooting with guns and arrows,
letting dogs loose to roam and kill and due to hungry coyotes,owls and hawks that come to town for dinner...
THE AVERAGE LIFESPAN OF AN OWNED INSIDE/OUTSIDE PET CAT IS 18 MONTHS
THE AVERAGE LIFESPAN OF AN OWNED INSIDE ONLY PET CAT IS 18 YEARS! That’s a fact!!

*Cat Trees* Quality at a 1/3 of the $$ “New Cat Condos” Tell them Toni – CNPS sent you!
480-201-9351 Mon-Fri 8-2 23040 N. 11th Ave. Phx 85027 *Cat Trees*

*Almost every Petco and Petsmart has dog and cat adoptions on the weekends. Check them out!
*Also go to http://www.petfinder.com/ and do a search for what you’re looking for
*CATS*
Rabies and Leukemia shots can cause onsite tumors, CANCER! That is why the vet will do those shots in the leg.
So they can cut the leg off! Cats can only get rabies and leuk from being outside.
When you let your pet cat “out back” with you they roll in the dirt and contract microscopic body mites and parasites,
then you bring them back inside and they shake on your bed, sofa or carpet.
Walking a cat on a leash gets him used to going and wanting to go outside.
IT’S SIMPLE! DON'T LET THE CAT OUT! And you won’t have all those costly vet bills.

DON’T DECLAW. IF YOU WANT A DECLAWED CAT, PLEASE ADOPT ONE

Does declawing my cat really hurt him? YES! Mentally and physically. If he gets past the initial pain of healing,
as the aching scar tissue builds and he starts to realize that he has lost his defense mechanism
he could start to bite you and pee on your things. Now you have ‘ruined’ your cat.
You don’t want him and nobody else will want him. Get a nice big cat tree,
throw on some cat nip and trim kitty’s front claws with toenail clippers once a month.
Call me! I will do it for you and show you how. They also love laser lights and feather toys!

Adopting a new pet / a new family member is a commitment "FOR LIFE.”
If you don't know where you will be in 5 years you may be better off with a stuffed animal or helping at a rescue center.

Email me for info on, allergies, stressed cats marking, special urine cleaner, lost pets, dog doors,
aquatics and pool safety, info on adopting out an older pet, help with pet food-housing and PTS.

***Plan ahead for your animals-your pets-your family members!
What is going to happen to them if something happens to YOU***Sooo many die at the kill shelters***
MOST are turned into the Humane Society and the pound after you are gone!

BELOW IS A HANDPICKED LIST OF REFERRED TRUSTWORTHY RELIABLE
RESCUE PEOPLE AND ORGANIZATIONS TO “HELP YOU, HELP THE ANIMALS”
These are organizations that screen adopters, adopt to inside only homes
with a no declaw policy for cats that will also take back their returns.
Another BIG *Shout Out* to all you wonderful citizens who cared enough to change that animals life!!!
Thank you for understanding that what we do is all volunteer, we do it because we care.
We work full time jobs and will do the very best we can as quickly as we can to help you help that animal =^..^=

If you offer to foster the animal until it is adopted, you will get help faster.
If the dog or cat you are trying to help is spayed or neutered you will get help quicker

2 Da Rescue Karen 480-229-9530 karen@2darescue.org
dogs
2nd Chance Dog Rescue Diana cdczar96@aol.com
dogs
A Dog's Tale Danielle 702-232-1194 dogs
AJ's Best Friends Cheri 480 447 7139 ajbfcats@gmail.com
cats
All About Animals allaboutanimalsaz@gmail.com
dogs/cats
Amazing Dogs Sabrina 602-475-6649 dogs
Animal Benefits Club-ABC Andra 602-867-2169 info@animalsbenefitclub.com
dogs/cats
Animal Guardian Network Karrie 602-568-5636 www.animalguardiannetwork.org/
dogs
Animal Loving Friends alfrescue@hotmail.com
cats
Animal Welfare League Gabriele gabriele@aawl.org
dogs/cats
Animal Welfare League Tracey 602-273-6852 x108 tvarga@aawl.org
dogs
Anthem Pets 480-287-3542 dogs/cats
ASIA asiakittymeow@netzero.net
cats
Az Animal Rescue 480-855-0877 info@azars.org
dogs
Az Furry Friends 602-882-9535 azfurryfriends@gmail.com
dogs/cats
Az Happy Tails Holly dogadoptions@happytailsaz.org
dogs
Az K9 Rescue 602-327-9703 dogs
Az Paws and Claws pet911@azpawsandclaws.com
dogs/cats
Az Rescue 480 598 9410 dogs/cats
Az Small Dog Rescue Angi 623-466-0151 azsmalldogs@gmail.com
dogs
Az Small Dog Rescue Angi 623-512-7525 azsmalldogs@gmail.com
dogs
Bark-N-Arf Mel 602-635-0900 dogs
Bark Side - Special Needs Tarah 480-526-1218 tarah@thebarksiderescue.org
dogs
Bark Side - Special Needs Wendy 970-396-4545 wendy@thebarksiderescue.org
dogs
Benji's Buddies Susie daisy320@cox.net
dogs
Big Bully Rescue - Pitbulls Jacob 602-725-1726 www.bigbullyrescue.com
dogs
Big Bully Rescue - Pitbulls Monique bigbullyrescueaz@gmail.com
dogs
Bob S Bob 602-621-0537 cats
Cactus Cats Denise 480-814-8801 cats
Calico Lady Kitten Rescue Leah 480-388-7629 calico.lady.kitten.rescue@gmail.com
cats
Care 4 Animals care4animals50@yahoo.com

Caring 4 Canines Sarah 602-996-6472 adoptions@caringforcanines.org
dogs
Catopia Rescue 207-449-6215 cats
Cat's World Penny,Carol 623-218-6436 catsworldrescue@yahoo.com
cats
Central AZ Rescue mike@CAARonline.org
dogs/cats
Chihuahua Rescue 480-844-2447 dogs
Circle L Ranch Rescue Liz 928-273-7005 rescueinfo@circlel.org
dogs
Cool Cats Rescue 512-431-3874 cats
Coopers Chance Shannon 480-883-3375 cooperschance@yahoo.com
dogs
Coopers Chance Shannon 480-275-2821 cooperschance@yahoo.com
dogs
Coppercloud Ranch Robin 602-739-6696 coppercloudranch@cox.net
dogs
Crazy Pit Bull Lady Delaina 602 663 7144 thecrazypitbulllady@gmail.com
dogs
Desert Hearts Rescue Abbey 602-348-5599 dogs/cats
Desert Paws Rescue Tracey 602-705-8680 desertpawsdogs@aol.com
dogs
Desert Paws Rescue Dan 480-332-6553 cats@desertpawsrescue.org
cats
Desi Desi pdesidoh6@gmail.com
dogs/cats
Dial A Pet Jane 602-930-9384 dogs/cats
Diggin' Dog K9 Rescue Teri 623-810-2382 diggindogk9rescue@cox.net
dogs
E-List Dog Rescue Mandy 602-309-5417 info@elistdogrescue.com
dogs
Faith Animal Rescue Barb 623-512-7476
Faiths Hope - bottle babies 623-878-8104
Fearless Kitty Rescue Paula paula@fearlesskittyrescue.org
cats
Foothills Rescue (pos+) Gwen 480-488-9890 www.foothillsanimal.org
dogs/cats
Forever Loved - dogs over 7 Kim 480-390-8007 keepsmiling@att.net
dogs
Foundation for Homeless Cats Jewell 602-410-2972 jewell@thefoundationforhomelesscats.org
cats
Four Dog Knight fourdogknight56@msn.com
dogs
Four Peaks 480-471-3520 www.fourpeaksanimalrescue.org
cats
Freedom Tails 480-688-6663 freedomtails@gmail.com

Friends for Life 480-497-8296 www.azfriends.org
dogs/cats
Furever Friends-owners dying Nancy 602-750-2283 info@fureverfriendsrescue.org
cats
Furever Friends-owners dying Nancy 480-813-4297 info@fureverfriendsrescue.org
cats
Giant Breed Rescue 602-307-5227 dogs
HART Jacey h.a.r.t@cox.net
cats
Haven Animal Rescue 602-803-5002 info@havenrescue.org
dogs
Healing Hearts - farm animals 480-279-5135 www.healingheartsaz.org
farm
Helping Orphaned Hounds Rhonda 602-680-0713 helpingorphanedhounds@gmail.com
dogs
Helping Orphaned Hounds Rhonda 406-697-5975 helpingorphanedhounds@gmail.com
dogs
H.O.M.E. Buckeye Sabrina 623-476-9841 homeanimalrescue.com/about-home
dogs
Home Fur Good 623-252-2434 www.homefurgood.org
dogs/cats
Home Fur Good 602-971-1334 info@homefurgood.org
dogs/cats
Hope for Cats Katrina hopeforcats@msn.com
cats
Jennifer S Jennifer 602-405-0672 barkleyroberta@aol.com
dogs
Little Rascals Rescue 623-210-6578 bu.ter.fly@hotmail.com
dogs/cats
Lost Our Home Jodi 602-230-4357 jodip333@gmail.com
dogs/cats
Lost Our Home Brenda 602-445-7387 Brenda@lostourhome.org
dogs/cats
Lucky Dog Dee dee@luckydogrescue.org
dogs
Lulubelle Animal Rescue Taren 520-272-5648 taren413@gmail.com
dogs
Luv of Dogz Hillary ForTheLuvofDogz@aol.com
dogs
MaineCoon Rescue (long hr cats 480-836-1151 cats
MaineCoon Rescue (long hr cats 480-892-4093 cats
Mavyn Animal Rescue www.mavyn.webs.com

May Day Pitbull Rescue Info@maydaypitbullrescue.org
dogs
MildCats on Campus ASU 480-858-9334 cats
MildCats on Campus ASU 623-239-2990 cats
Mingus Rescue-Seniors Karen 480-265-9819 mingusmanor@hotmail.com
dogs
Mini Mighty Mutts 480-304-5654 info@minimightymutts.com
dogs
Mixed up Mutts caron.lorber@gmail.com
dogs
Nine Lives Foundation Joan 602-222-3070 Joan@NineLivesAdoptions.org
cats
Ohana Animal Rescue - Cats Melissa 602-810-1642 cats@ohanaanimalrescue.com
cats
Ohana Animal Rescue - Dogs Dee 480-744-5729 ohanaanimalrescue@gmail.com
dogs
One Love Bully Rescue - Pitbulls 209-920-PITS onelovebullyrescue@gmail.com
dogs
Pammy's 2nd Chance Rescue 623-698-5967
Pathways Home Sue 602-481-3498 sue_nennemann@cox.net

Paw Placement Megan 602-712-1599 mjandersson@cox.net
dogs/cats
Pee Wee's Pals Anne 602-721-3497
Phx Paws and Claws Karen 623-703-1865 phoenixpawsandclaws@hotmail.com
dogs/cats
Phx Paws and Claws Ash 623-224-0849 phoenixpawsandclaws@hotmail.com
dogs/cats
Pittie Me Rescue - Pitbulls pittiemerescue@gmail.com
dogs
Poverty Pets 602-279-5035 info@povertypets,com
dogs
R.A.I.N. Rescue - Cats Tanya 480-250-4215 amberwyrld@yahoo.com
cats
R.A.I.N. Rescue - Dogs Kim 480-628-5058 hboehm620@cox.net
dogs
Rescue Angels rescueangelsaz@yahoo.com

Rescue League Valerie 602-955-6756 vlintz@davisp.com
dogs/cats
Reservation Rewards Sheila 480 776 4863 reservationrewards@hotmail.com
dogs
Robin Hood Rescue Bob Shelley 623-931-7499 dogs/cats
Rockstar Rescue Jamez 858-876-2558
Ruby Ranch Pet Rescue Pam 602-526-9960 info@rubyranchrescue.org
dogs
Safe Haven for Animals 602-421-7120 info@azshfa.org
dogs/cats
Save the Cats Arizona Katrina 480-830-9753 katrina@savethecatzaz.org
cats
Save the Cats Arizona Patricia 480-830-9753 patricia@savethecatzaz.org
cats
Saving One Life saving_one_life@gmail.com

Saving Sweet Angels savingsweetangels@yahoo.com

Standing Proud Pitbulls 602-791-5917 dogs
Starting Over Animal Rescue Brenda 602-793-3256 startingoveranimalrescue@hotmail.com
dogs/cats
Starting Over Animal Rescue Sandy 602-993-9393 startingoveranimalrescue@hotmail.com
dogs/cats
Sun Cities 4 Paws,owners sick/dying Angie 623-876-8778 4pawscatrescue@gmail.com
cats
Sun Valley Rescue 623-872-7941 www.sunvalleypets.org
dogs/cats
Surrendered Souls Rescue-Pitbulls Mary Anne 480-329-3019 surrenderedsoulsrescue@gmail.com
dogs
The Dog Safe House Lela 602-283-4305 thedogsafehouse@gmail.com
dogs
Underdog Rescue Gwen 480-203-8538 gwen.miriani@northlawnaz.com
dogs
Underdog Rescue Gwen 480-553-9311 gwen.miriani@northlawnaz.com
dogs
United Animal Friends Ella 928-778-2924
Valley Cats 480-668-2828 cats
Valley Dogs Becky 602-478-7628 beckygh@msn.com
dogs
Valley Dogs Becky 480-898-3647 beckygh@msn.com
dogs
Valley of the Sun 480-228-0126 www.valleyofthesundogrescue.com
dogs
We're the Cats Meow Maryanne 480-278-9744 www.werethecatsmeow.com
cats
Where Wolf Rescue 623-326-7495 lynevin1@msn.com
dogs/cats


If you offer to foster the animal until it is adopted, you will get help faster.
If the dog or cat you are trying to help is spayed or neutered you will get help quicker

Check out PACC911.org for more information
Also http://pacc911.org/coalition-partner-list

This list is always getting updated, email me for a current copy
Call, text or email me if there are any corrections, additions or deletions to the information above.
Help me fill in the blanks!
I need contact info that will help these awesome people who are trying to save an animal’s life
or that have a pet to rehome and don’t/won’t dump their responsibility onto the kill shelters.
I am looking for phone and email addresses that will connect to a real person not a webpage.
Toni CNPS badkittyts@aol.com 602-332-6615
*Cat Trees* Quality at a 1/3 of the $$ “New Cat Condos” Tell them Toni – CNPS sent you!
480-201-9351 Mon-Fri 8-2 23040 N. 11th Ave. Phx 85027 *Cat Trees*

Come Meet our Pets:

ADOPTING A NEW FAMILY MEMBER…
For a meet and greet with a kitty call or text Toni 602 332 6615
Our dogs are at our adoption events every Saturday and Sunday at Petco I17 and Happy Valley SE corner from 11-4.

The adoption fee for cats/kittens is $75.00 and 6+ are 60.00 and includes vet exam, spaying or neutering and inside shots FOR LIFE.
Kittys must go home in a plastic pet carrier, no cardboard boxes or laundry baskets!

The adoption fee for dogs/puppies varies and includes vet exam, spaying/neutering, microchip, shots. To take your new dog home you will need a leash, collar, halter, id tag with ph# and address.
We accept cash

When you adopt your new pet, we want you to commit to your new family member "FOR LIFE".
But if for any reason you or family are unable to keep your pet, it MUST be returned to CNPS.
Our animals don’t belong at the kill shelter. It’s not their responsibility and they are tired of killing!!

Due to sick and cruel people poisoning, trapping and dumping in the desert, shooting with guns and arrows, letting dogs loose to roam and kill and due to hungry coyotes and owls and hawks…
THE AVERAGE LIFESPAN OF AN OWNED INSIDE/OUTSIDE PET CAT IS 18 MONTHS
THE AVERAGE LIFESPAN OF AN OWNED INSIDE ONLY PET CAT IS 18 YEARS! That’s a fact!!

Rabies and Leukemia shots can cause onsite tumors CANCER! That is why the vet will do those shots in the leg. So they can cut the leg off! Cats can only get rabies and leuk from being outside.
When you let your pet cat “out back” with you they roll in the dirt and contract microscopic body mites and parasites, then you bring them back inside and they shake on your bed, sofa or carpet. Walking a cat on a leash gets him used to going and wanting to go outside. DON'T LET THE CAT OUT!
Does declawing my cat really hurt him? YES! Mentally and physically. After he gets past the initial pain of healing and time goes by, he will realize that he has lost his defense mechanism and could start to bite and pee on things. Now you have ‘ruined’ your cat. You don’t want him and nobody else will want him. Get a nice big cat tree, cat nip, trim kittys claws with toenail clippers once a mo.
Don’t declaw, if you want a declawed cat, Please adopt one!

Email me for info on, allergies, stressed cats marking, special cleaner, lost pets, dog doors aquatics and pool safety, older pets, help with pet food and housing and PTS.

VOLUNTEERING and DONATIONS...
CNPS is always accepting new volunteers to visit with the kitties, clean cages and care for the kitties at Petco. If it’s dogs you prefer, come help out Sat/Sun during our dog adoptions.

CNPS will always graciously accept your donations of cat and dog food, litter, blankets and towels.
And remember monetary donations are tax deductible and healthy for your soul! =^..^=
For all other donation types please donate to Az Animal Rescue Coalition Thrift Store 602 749 1945

Toni 602 332 6615 badkittyts@aol.com
www.facebook.com/CitizensForNorthPhoenixStrays
Printing donated by Wind Dancer Graphics 623 780 2461

Our Adoption Process:

ADOPTING A NEW FAMILY MEMBER…
For a meet and greet with a kitty call or text Toni 602 332 6615
Our dogs are at our adoption events every Saturday and Sunday at Petco I17 and Happy Valley SE corner from 11-4.
To expedite the potential adopter process please click or cut and past link below for our
Matchmaking Questionnaire https://www.dropbox.com/s/k17zabfmdhbjr97/CNPS%20Matchmaking%20Questionnaire%204-16-2015.pdf?dl=0

The adoption fee for cats/kittens is $75.00 and 6+ are 60.00 and includes vet exam, spaying or neutering and inside shots FOR LIFE.
Kittys must go home in a plastic pet carrier, no cardboard boxes or laundry baskets!

The adoption fee for dogs/puppies varies and includes vet exam, spaying/neutering, microchip, shots. To take your new dog home you will need a leash, collar, halter, id tag with ph# and address.
We accept cash

When you adopt your new pet, we want you to commit to your new family member "FOR LIFE".
But if for any reason you or family are unable to keep your pet, it MUST be returned to CNPS.
Our animals don’t belong at the kill shelter. It’s not their responsibility and they are tired of killing!!

Due to sick and cruel people poisoning, trapping and dumping in the desert, shooting with guns and arrows, letting dogs loose to roam and kill and due to hungry coyotes and owls and hawks…
THE AVERAGE LIFESPAN OF AN OWNED INSIDE/OUTSIDE PET CAT IS 18 MONTHS
THE AVERAGE LIFESPAN OF AN OWNED INSIDE ONLY PET CAT IS 18 YEARS! That’s a fact!!

Rabies and Leukemia shots can cause onsite tumors CANCER! That is why the vet will do those shots in the leg. So they can cut the leg off! Cats can only get rabies and leuk from being outside.
When you let your pet cat “out back” with you they roll in the dirt and contract microscopic body mites and parasites, then you bring them back inside and they shake on your bed, sofa or carpet. Walking a cat on a leash gets him used to going and wanting to go outside. DON'T LET THE CAT OUT!
Does declawing my cat really hurt him? YES! Mentally and physically. After he gets past the initial pain of healing and time goes by, he will realize that he has lost his defense mechanism and could start to bite and pee on things. Now you have ‘ruined’ your cat. You don’t want him and nobody else will want him. Get a nice big cat tree, cat nip, trim kittys claws with toenail clippers once a mo.
Don’t declaw, if you want a declawed cat, Please adopt one!

Email me for info on, allergies, stressed cats marking, special cleaner, lost pets, dog doors aquatics and pool safety, older pets, help with pet food and housing and PTS.

VOLUNTEERING and DONATIONS...
CNPS is always accepting new volunteers to visit with the kitties, clean cages and care for the kitties at Petco. If it’s dogs you prefer, come help out Sat/Sun during our dog adoptions.

CNPS will always graciously accept your donations of cat and dog food, litter, blankets and towels.
And remember monetary donations are tax deductible and healthy for your soul! =^..^=
For all other donation types please donate to Az Animal Rescue Coalition Thrift Store 602 749 1945

Toni 602 332 6615 badkittyts@aol.com
www.facebook.com/CitizensForNorthPhoenixStrays
Printing donated by Wind Dancer Graphics 623 780 2461

Our Adopted Pets:

We have helped lots of pets connect with loving and caring owners. Check out our adopted pets list!

Why should you adopt?

Dog adoption and cat adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog or adopt a cat and you'll have a friend for life! What is the difference between adopting a dog, adopting a cat, adopting a kitten or adopting a puppy versus getting dogs for sale, cats for sale, puppies for sale or kittens for sale from a dog breeder or a cat breeder? When someone is breeding puppies or breeding kittens, they are creating new dogs and cats who need homes. Some people are interested in a very specific breed of dog, cat, puppy or kitten and they think the only way to find that specific breed is to buy a dog for sale or buy a cat for sale from a puppy breeder or a kitten breeder. Yet animal shelters are filled with dogs and cats who must find homes. So rather than buying a dog or puppy for sale from a dog breeder or buying a cat or kitten for sale from a cat breeder, we encourage people to adopt a dog, adopt a cat, adopt a puppy or adopt a kitten at their local animal shelter, SPCA, humane society or pet rescue group.