already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, and good with kids.
I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, and good with kids.
Kaya (or Kaia) is a sociable, self-confident, and gorgeous Siberian. She enjoys walks and human companionship. Like most Siberians, she must be on leash in any unfenced areas and not left unattended in insecure yards as Siberian sometimes like to wander. Like most Siberians, she would do best in a home without small furry or feathered creatures as Siberians often have a prey drive. Kaya came from Utah in mid June and would love a home at higher elevation or at least a home where she will be indoors enjoying air conditioned coolness during the summer months in the desert. She is house trained and apparently used to living in a nice home with lots of human affection. She seems to enjoy children though children should be well supervised or old enough to know how to interact respectfully with a big dog. Kaya is looking forward to a happy, safe, healthy home soon.
A.R.T.A. -- Animal Rescue, Transport, and Adoption -- is a small, rural rescue that cares for and places kittens, cats, puppies, and dogs into new homes -- usually, in the Tucson and Phoenix areas. Most of our adoptable animals have been relinquished by previous owners who could not care for them due to unforeseen circumstances or life changes. The adoptable animals may be visited by appointment.
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A.R.T.A. adopts mostly to homes in Tucson and Phoenix areas. Other locations may be considered.
Our Adoption Process...
Please, email about your ideal cat or dog you'd like to adopt and a little about home you are offering. Adoption fee is usually just the cost that vet charges for spay, neuter, and shots.
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