My name is Rita!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Glendale, Arizona - Rita
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Glendale, Arizona - Rita
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Robin Hood Animal Rescue

Facts about Rita

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Brown Tabby
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 8028152
  • Hair: Short

Get ready for the greatest love of your life!!!

Please learn more about us and our available pets at Robin Hood Animal Rescue.

Robin Hood Animal Rescue - In Rita's words:

  • 'I was abandoned in a shopping center parking lot. A kind lady rescued me and then called Robin Hood Animal Rescue. They got me ready to be adopted, so now I am waiting for someone to fall in love with me. In the meantime, I help my Daddy Bob kill zombies on his tablet. My foster mom Shelley calls me Rita Pita.
  • I love to snuggle. I am good with other cats and even dogs.'

As with all our foster cat children, she has been altered, micro chipped, has had her shots, and has been tested for FIV and feline leukemia.

Please call Shellie at (623) 262-4099 or e-mail the other Shelley at for more information on this Rita Pita Sweetheart.


APRIL 2016: THE USUAL ADOPTION FEE FOR DOGS/PUPPIES VARIES GIVEN AGE, BREED, ETC.. All have been spay/neutered, vaccinated and micro chipped. 

OUR ADOPTION FEE FOR MANY OF OUR ADULT CATS WILL START AT $50.00.  All have been spay/neutered, FIV/leukemia tested, vaccinated and micro chipped.

If you find one who has taken your heart, please call us at (623) 680-1170. *We will adopt out of state.*

Donations can be made via PayPal by clicking on the above button or through our website:

If you would like to make a donation via check please make your check payable to: Robin Hood Animal Rescue and send it the following address:
RHAR c/o VIP Grooming
8255 West Jefferson
Peoria, AZ 85345

Donations are used for medical, supplies, food and other operating expenses. Everyone here at Robin Hood Animal Rescue (two and four legged/furry and not as furry) thank you in advance.

About Robin Hood Animal Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

****WHO WE ARE****

Robin Hood Animal Rescue has been saving animals since its inception in March of 2004.

The founders initially worked with several rescue/adoption groups, but grew frustrated with limitations they found unacceptable. The limitations included not being able to pick up stray dogs and cats nor could certain breeds be rescued from the Animal Care and Control Center.

It was apparent that a new organization without these limitations needed to be formed to overcome these obstacles, that is how Robin Hood Animal Rescue began: dedicated to helping all dogs and cats in need regardless of breed or situation.

It was the founders' frustration and anger with the situation that helped to breed success and attention to this problem. On an average, there are over two thousand animals euthanized EVERY WEEK in Maricopa County alone.

To put an end to this atrocity, please spay or neuter your pet, put a collar with a tag (address, phone number, etc.) on your pet, microchip your pet or become a foster or adopt a pet from any of the animal rescue groups or animal control facilities and make it a life long commitment.

Rescue is an uphill battle every foot of the way, but we believe what we are doing needs to be done.

We find the strength to continue when we look into the endearing eyes of our adopted pets and the joyful faces of their new families.

This and the financial support and gifts of supplies from gracious donors help us continue on each day.

We are foster home based, which means that we don’t have a facility where the dogs and cats are kept for show and tell. Instead each pet is with a caring foster parent being loved and taken well care of until an adoptive parent or family is found.

Donations are warmly accepted. We can accept credit card and PayPal transactions. We also can accept supplies - check out the current list of needs on our website at our Supplies Donation Page

Come Meet Our Pets...

Here's how you do it:
We here at Robin Hood Animal Rescue believe that dogs and cats are to be loved as you would a child. They are so much like children. The unconditional love they have for us is beyond comparison. They are so much more than a watch dog, mouse catcher or a family pet to keep outside.

If you believe the same as we do, please check out our wonderful fosters. Perhaps, that special one to fill your heart is waiting for you.

If you don't happen to see the kind of family member you are searching for, please call or text us at (623) 680-1170 or (623) 931-7499. Sometimes we get behind with updating the list, and we may not have had a chance yet to add that special one for you.

If you see a possible addition to your family you can call (623) 680-1170 or (623) 931-7499 and we will set up a meet and greet.

AS OF 04/01/2016 OUR ADOPTION FEE FOR DOGS/PUPPIES VARIES. So if you find one who has taken your heart, please call Bob at (623) 680-1170.


The adoption fees help in covering the costs of spay/neutering, FIV/leukemia testing (cats), shots, micro-chipping and medical, if needed.

Our Adoption Process...

If you have fallen for one of our beautiful foster children, there will be questions asked for a better understanding of the new life for both our foster child and adopting family. A Robin Hood Animal Rescue contract will then be filled out.

We deeply care for each of our foster children so expect us to contact you now and then to make sure that everything is going well for both four legged and two legged family members. We hope that you will be touched by them as we have.

Thank-you for assisting us in giving a new (and better) life to these so very well deserving four legged children who have been discarded given the ignorance, laziness and stupidity of others.

****LET DO A MEET & GREET!****
Please give a call and we'll do a meet and greet for any of the wonderful dogs and cats that we have.


To give you an idea: We have young and older. We have long and short hair. We have big, not so big, and small. We have dogs who need a bit of understanding and training to make them the perfect family member. We have dogs who are perfect just the way they are. We have cats with big cat attitudes and cats with not so big cat attitudes.