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My name is Carnivale!

Domestic Longhair/Domestic Shorthair Mix Cat for adoption in Glendale, Arizona - Carnivale
Photo 1 - Domestic Longhair/Domestic Shorthair Mix Cat for adoption in Glendale, Arizona - Carnivale
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Sun Valley Animal Shelter

Facts about Carnivale

  • Breed: Domestic Longhair/Domestic Shorthair Mix
  • Color: Black (All)
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 32197179
  • Hair: Unknown
DOB: 07/17/2015Breed: DLH TortishellI'm all ready to go home: *Surgically Sterilized: *Spayed (w/certificate) *Microchipped *Fully Vaccinated: *Shot Records Provided *FeLV/FIV tested negativeWhere I came from...I was found trying to cross a very busy road & was brought to SVAS to help me find my forever home. A little bit about me...I am shy initially, but the more comfortable I get with you, the more affectionate I will become. Until I am able to get used to the changing things around me, it helps if you have a cat bed that I can curl up in. This will help me feel safe.I don't enjoy loud noises or quick sudden movements, so please approach me slowly. I DO NOT like to share the spotlight with anyone else & it is important that I am the ONLY animal in the home. I am happiest on my own. I have a long & beautiful coat that requires regular brushing. Once I am comfortable with you, I very much enjoy being brushed.My ideal home would include...A home with low traffic, low Volume, & a quiet/stable home would be the best for me to feel comfortable & to help me come out of my shell.Someone who has time to keep me groomed & can brush my coat regularly to keep it shiny, clean, & mat free. Someone who has the patience to teach me to come out of my shell & gain confidence in myself and surroundings (& also can be patient during this time). Someone who understands that I need them to be on my comfortability schedule and not theirs. Patience is key.Someone who wants a lap cat that will curl up on their lap & sleep the day away with them in their recliner, but also a cat that can comfortably do their own thing (as I am the perfect balance of affectionate & independent).

About Sun Valley Animal Shelter

About Our Shelter...

Sun Valley Animal Shelter, Inc., is an Arizona nonprofit corporation with 501(c)3 status which operates a No-Kill shelter in Glendale, Arizona, generally serving the western portion of the Phoenix metropolitan area. The organization was founded in 1991 by a group of Sun City area residents as a foster-based program to provide adoption opportunities for homeless and abandoned dogs and cats. The current facility was built in 1995 and can house 100+ dogs and 100+ cats. The organization receives no government funding and is supported by income from our thrift store profits, adoption fees, membership dues, donations and bequests. We recently received a grant to assist in the construction of a new medical/surgical center at the facility.

The animals taken into our care are housed in a clean, secure environment and are spayed/neutered, microchipped, given all necessary shots and a physical exam. Dedicated volunteers are invaluable in assisting with the daily care and nurturing of our dogs and cats prior to finding a loving home. We are proud to note that in the last several years we have increased adoptions from approximately 300 animals per year to over 1000 animals per year.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Sun Valley Animal Shelter is located at 7150 N. 110th Avenue in the City of Glendale, AZ 85307. Our business hours are Tuesdays thru Sundays from 11:00am till 4:00pm. We do participate in a local Petsmart on the weekends for our dogs to be viewed. We also participate in various events throughout the Greater Phoenix area that those who allow dogs to be shown we bring for viewing. If not, we are always available at an event to showcase those adoptable pets that are available.

Our Adoption Process...

Please be advised we only adopt to AZ residents. We make a commitment to all of our animals. So while we appreciate your interest, we ask that you be a local resident to adopt. We do not always know the full background of each animal and sometimes personalities are not fully shown until a few days in the home. If for whatever reason you cannot keep the animal, we appreciate the animal being returned to our facility. It is costly and time consuming to return an animal from out of state. Please check your local animal shelter to find a forever friend near your area.
We do have adoption fees that are reflective to our adoptable cats and dogs. They will slightly vary depending on the cat or dog. However most of the adoptable pets have the same adoptable fee. We ask that any prospective adopter to come to our location and complete an adoption application. This will be reviewed by a qualified adoption counselor who will sit and visit to interview the adopter on what they are looking for to place the adoptable pet in a forever home. Once approved for adoption, there is paperwork to complete and the adoptable cat or dog will be able to go home that day