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My name is Teddy (Petco Indian Bend)!

Domestic Mediumhair Kitten for adoption in Scottsdale, Arizona - Teddy (Petco Indian Bend)
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Foothills Animal Rescue

Facts about Teddy (Petco Indian Bend)

  • Breed: Domestic Mediumhair
  • Color: Black (All)
  • Age: Kitten
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 34019302
  • Hair: Unknown
Hi my name is Teddy, I am a little bit shy, but if you slowly pick me up I will lay in your arms and enjoy all the attention. I love to play with my kitten friends and with my toys.
Adoption fee: $100

About Foothills Animal Rescue

About Our Shelter...

Foothills Animal Rescue (FAR) is a non-profit, volunteer organization established in 1995. Foothills Animal Rescue is committed to compassionate and humane treatment of dogs and cats in need through rescue, shelter, fostering and adoption within Maricopa County.

We operate as a limit admission adoption guarantee, by sheltering in our adoption center and fostering displaced animals in the homes of dedicated volunteers until owners are located or suitable new homes are found. Medical care, spay and neuter surgery, basic immunizations, micro-chipping, and TLC are part of the total care package provided for each companion animal in our care. We also do some basic temperament testing and personality assessment so that potential adopters can be provided with a better total picture of each animal offered for adoption.

We recently purchased our first facility and Foothills Animal Rescue (FAR) is a non-profit, volunteer organization established in 1995. Foothills Animal Rescue is committed to compassionate and humane treatment of dogs and cats in need through rescue, shelter, fostering and adoption within Maricopa County.
We operate as a no-kill organization, fostering displaced animals in the homes of dedicated volunteers until owners are located or suitable new homes are found. Medical care, spay and neuter surgery, basic immunizations, micro-chipping, and TLC are part of the total care package provided for each companion animal in our care. We also do some basic temperament testing and personality assessment so that potential adopters can be provided with a better total picture of each animal offered for adoption.

We recently purchased our first facility and will be open June 2010. When completed, the facility will house over 100 animals. This includes:
• 3 cat living rooms, one for FeLV positive cats
• 6 dog suites, one activity room and one socialization room
• A reception area and retail store
• An intake facility for new arrivals with isolation rooms for sick animals.

Our Resale Boutique is our primary source of income. Amazing treasures ranging from clothing to housewares are found here and all monies go to support the animals.

Our main objectives this year were created at FAR’s yearly Strategic Planning session and include:
• Doubling adoptions at our facility
• Creating a full operating manual and training all staff and volunteers in the new policies
• Diversifying and increasing our Board of Directors
• Increase public relations and marketing, especially in light of our new facility and support in communities we have typically not reach out to
• Increasing the number of fosters and volunteers
• Increasing bequests, individual donors, corporate relationships
• Increasing collaborations within the community

Come Meet Our Pets...

Adoptions are held:(Dates subject to change based on special events)

Petsmart - Desert Ridge Marketplace
Every Friday 12-4

Petsmart - Summit Marketplace - No. Scottsdale Rd and Ashler Hills
Every Saturday 11am - 3pm

Choice Pet Market - Greyhawk
Fry's Shopping Plaza at Hayden/Thompson Peak
Every First, Third and Fifth Saturday 11am - 3pm

Petsmart - 7077 E. Mayo Blvd.
Every 2nd and 4th Saturday 11am - 3pm

At 23030 North Pima Road in our cage free facility:
Closed Sunday
Monday - Saturday 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

Our Adoption Process...

All animals offered for adoption by FAR have been given medical attention and are in good health.

Dogs are vaccinated, neutered or spayed, microchipped and given any medical care needed. Adoption fees are used to directly save more animals. The adoption fee for one dog one to 6 years old is $175 ; 6 + years $125, puppies are $200

Cats are vaccinated, tested for FeLV/FIV, spayed or neutered, microchipped and given any medial care needed. The adoption fee for one cat over one year of age is $50, kittens are $100. Our FELV + cats are free (with the hopes of a donation to Foothills).