Jasper is a special boy who is near and dear to the staff's heart at Arizona Small Dog Rescue. This little boy was dumped with his litter as youngsters, after being trapped as part of a TNR (trap, neuter, return) litter. The plan was for his "feral" litter to be neutered and released to live as a free roaming cat. As kittens, life on the streets can be rough, which is why we believe the litter was left with us. However, Jasper and siblings had only ever known life on the streets, and were not happy to be handle by humans. Boy, has that changed since then!! Jasper's ear is permanently tipped due to his neuter, but that is the only thing feral about him! Jasper is shy at first, but warms up quickly with a little patience. Jasper is a quiet, calm mannered boy, who gets along well with all other cats. Jasper has spent a long time with us, and while we love him, we are ready to see him find the forever home he deserves! Please consider Jasper as the next addition to your family; this boy goes home neutered, up to date on shots, ear mite treated, and microchipped for an adoption fee of $80. His adoption includes a free vet visit, 30 days of pet insurance, and a life time of love. Come see Jasper any day from 11-6 at our shelter location, 1102 W Hatcher Rd, and don't forget about Jasper this Wednesday, August 17th, as we celebrate National Black Cat Day!
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Open daily 11am to 6pm / 1102 W. Hatcher Rd, Phoenix AZ 85021
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4727 East Bell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85032 (Near Walmart)
13764 W Bell Rd Surprise, AZ - Cross Streets: Bell Rd and Grand Ave in Surprise Towne Center Shops (Near Home Depot)
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