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My name is MEERA!

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Black (All)
Age
Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
917089
Hair Length
medium

My info

Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Hello darling, my name is Meera!
You may have heard that black cats are unlucky, but I'm here to smash that superstition! I just know I'll be a blessing to anyone lucky enough to have me in their life. I'm charming, gentle, and beautiful as can be. Plus, I'm a great listener. I'll be here for you through thick and thin with biscuits at the ready! Please come meet me today so we can start our fur-ever friendship.
Hello darling, my name is Meera!
You may have heard that black cats are unlucky, but I'm here to smash that superstition! I just know I'll be a blessing to anyone lucky enough to have me in their life. I'm charming, gentle, and beautiful as can be. Plus, I'm a great listener. I'll be here for you through thick and thin with biscuits at the ready! Please come meet me today so we can start our fur-ever friendship.
Shelter

Humane Society of Southern Arizona

Contact info

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

COVID-19 Updated visitor information: To assure everyone’s safety ALL staff, volunteers and un-vaccinated visitors are required to wear face coverings. All guests are encouraged to wear masks and maintain social distancing at all of our locations. Our cleaning and sanitizing protocols are top-notch to keep everyone safe. If you are sick, please stay home. Kitten season is still here and we also have many dogs in need of loving homes as well. No appointment is necessary to view/adopt! Adoptions are done on a first-come, first-serve basis. We ask that you come prepared to complete and finalize adoption, and to take the animal home at the time of your visit if the right match for you is found at our shelter. You may browse adoptable pets online here www.hssaz.org/adopt Our Adoption Center is open from 11AM-6PM Monday - Saturday and 11AM-5PM on Sundays. Adoption process must be started 30 mins before closing. Our adoption counselors will be happy to answer all your questions and give you background information on the animal that interests you. All members of the household (including other current household dogs, if possible) should be present to ensure the chosen pet is compatible with everyone during you appointment. Please call 520.327.6088 x173 or go to www.hssaz.org to check for promotions and discounts as they happen often. Our Current Adoption Fees: Puppies (under 6 months): $200 Purebred puppies (under 6 months): $250 Purebred adult dogs (over 6 months): $200 Small dogs (under 25 lbs., under 6 years): $150 Small dogs (under 25 lbs., over 6 years): $100 Adult dogs (over 25 lbs., 6 months to 6 years): $80 Mature dogs (over 25 lbs., over 6 years): $50 Kittens (under 6 months): $150 or 2 for $225 Adult cats (6 months to 6 years): $80 Mature cats (over 6 years): $50 Mice/Rats/Gerbils: $5 Rabbits: $40 Ferrets: $70 Birds: $25-$250 Chickens/Roosters: $15 Ducks: $25 Check our website at www.hssaz.org for current adoption specials All Dog Adoptions Include : ~Spay or neuter surgery ~Internal and external parasite treatment ~Microchip identification with lifetime registration ~Initial vaccinations include distemper/parvovirus, intranasal bordatella (kennel cough) ~Free visit to a veterinarian of your choice ~Rabies vaccination for dogs 3 months of age & older ~Starter bag of Dog Food All Cat Adoptions Include: ~Spay or neuter surgery ~Microchip identification with lifetime registration ~Internal and external parasite treatment ~Initial upper-respiratory/distemper vaccination ~Free visit to a veterinarian of your choice ~Rabies vaccination for cats 3 months of age & older ~Starter bag of Cat Food
COVID-19 Updated visitor information: To assure everyone’s safety ALL staff, volunteers and un-vaccinated visitors are required to wear face coverings. All guests are encouraged to wear masks and maintain social distancing at all of our locations. Our cleaning and sanitizing protocols are top-notch to keep everyone safe. If you are sick, please stay home. Kitten season is still here and we also have many dogs in need of loving homes as well. No appointment is necessary to view/adopt! Adoptions are done on a first-come, first-serve basis. We ask that you come prepared to complete and finalize adoption, and to take the animal home at the time of your visit if the right match for you is found at our shelter. You may browse adoptable pets online here www.hssaz.org/adopt Our Adoption Center is open from 11AM-6PM Monday - Saturday and 11AM-5PM on Sundays. Adoption process must be started 30 mins before closing. Our adoption counselors will be happy to answer all your questions and give you background information on the animal that interests you. All members of the household (including other current household dogs, if possible) should be present to ensure the chosen pet is compatible with everyone during you appointment. Please call 520.327.6088 x173 or go to www.hssaz.org to check for promotions and discounts as they happen often. Our Current Adoption Fees: Puppies (under 6 months): $200 Purebred puppies (under 6 months): $250 Purebred adult dogs (over 6 months): $200 Small dogs (under 25 lbs., under 6 years): $150 Small dogs (under 25 lbs., over 6 years): $100 Adult dogs (over 25 lbs., 6 months to 6 years): $80 Mature dogs (over 25 lbs., over 6 years): $50 Kittens (under 6 months): $150 or 2 for $225 Adult cats (6 months to 6 years): $80 Mature cats (over 6 years): $50 Mice/Rats/Gerbils: $5 Rabbits: $40 Ferrets: $70 Birds: $25-$250 Chickens/Roosters: $15 Ducks: $25 Check our website at www.hssaz.org for current adoption specials All Dog Adoptions Include : ~Spay or neuter surgery ~Internal and external parasite treatment ~Microchip identification with lifetime registration ~Initial vaccinations include distemper/parvovirus, intranasal bordatella (kennel cough) ~Free visit to a veterinarian of your choice ~Rabies vaccination for dogs 3 months of age & older ~Starter bag of Dog Food All Cat Adoptions Include: ~Spay or neuter surgery ~Microchip identification with lifetime registration ~Internal and external parasite treatment ~Initial upper-respiratory/distemper vaccination ~Free visit to a veterinarian of your choice ~Rabies vaccination for cats 3 months of age & older ~Starter bag of Cat Food

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Thank you for contacting the Humane Society of Southern Arizona! No appointment is necessary to view/adopt! Adoptions are done on a first-come, first-serve basis. We ask that you come prepared to complete and finalize adoption, and to take the animal home at the time of your visit, if the right match for you is found at our shelter. In order to ensure public safety and social distancing in our lobby and kennel areas, clients will be admitted as space safely allows. We are currently unable to accommodate parties that wish to browse only and/or those who do not have the ability to adopt on the same day. During peak times, you will be asked to sign in on a waitlist on your arrival. Long wait times may be experienced on weekend days due to high demand for our services on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. To maintain safe physical distancing, we ask that you limit the members in your party to those who will be directly living with the animal. If you are interested in dogs and have one or more already residing in your home, we do encourage you to bring your dog(s) so that introductions can be done at our facility prior to adoption, ensuring that the dogs will get along at home. If you are contacting us regarding an animal seen on the Adopt-a-Pet website please note that this is an advertising platform shared by multiple rescues and shelters in the Tucson area. To verify that the pet you are viewing is residing at our facility, please check the upper right hand corner of the pet’s profile page. If the animal is at our facility it will read “I am being cared for by the Humane Society of Southern Arizona.” PLEASE NOTE: Our adoption listings are updated each day as animals are added or adopted. The availability of individual animals may change at short notice. We are currently unable to place a hold on a specific animal. The Humane Society of Southern Arizona is committed to the health and well-being of the community we serve. To help protect one another, we require face coverings and physical distancing while in our facility. We look forward to seeing you soon! 635 W. Roger Rd Tucson, Arizona 85705 520-327-6088 Our adoption center is open from 11AM-6PM Monday - Saturday and 11PM-5PM on Sundays. We are closed on major holidays. PAWSH Adoption Center – Park Place 5870 E. Broadway 520-327-6088 ext 133 SPAY AND NEUTER CLINIC 635 W. Roger Rd. Tucson, Arizona 85705 Appointment Line: 520.881.0321 Fax: 520.327.8547
Thank you for contacting the Humane Society of Southern Arizona! No appointment is necessary to view/adopt! Adoptions are done on a first-come, first-serve basis. We ask that you come prepared to complete and finalize adoption, and to take the animal home at the time of your visit, if the right match for you is found at our shelter. In order to ensure public safety and social distancing in our lobby and kennel areas, clients will be admitted as space safely allows. We are currently unable to accommodate parties that wish to browse only and/or those who do not have the ability to adopt on the same day. During peak times, you will be asked to sign in on a waitlist on your arrival. Long wait times may be experienced on weekend days due to high demand for our services on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. To maintain safe physical distancing, we ask that you limit the members in your party to those who will be directly living with the animal. If you are interested in dogs and have one or more already residing in your home, we do encourage you to bring your dog(s) so that introductions can be done at our facility prior to adoption, ensuring that the dogs will get along at home. If you are contacting us regarding an animal seen on the Adopt-a-Pet website please note that this is an advertising platform shared by multiple rescues and shelters in the Tucson area. To verify that the pet you are viewing is residing at our facility, please check the upper right hand corner of the pet’s profile page. If the animal is at our facility it will read “I am being cared for by the Humane Society of Southern Arizona.” PLEASE NOTE: Our adoption listings are updated each day as animals are added or adopted. The availability of individual animals may change at short notice. We are currently unable to place a hold on a specific animal. The Humane Society of Southern Arizona is committed to the health and well-being of the community we serve. To help protect one another, we require face coverings and physical distancing while in our facility. We look forward to seeing you soon! 635 W. Roger Rd Tucson, Arizona 85705 520-327-6088 Our adoption center is open from 11AM-6PM Monday - Saturday and 11PM-5PM on Sundays. We are closed on major holidays. PAWSH Adoption Center – Park Place 5870 E. Broadway 520-327-6088 ext 133 SPAY AND NEUTER CLINIC 635 W. Roger Rd. Tucson, Arizona 85705 Appointment Line: 520.881.0321 Fax: 520.327.8547

More about this shelter

The HSSA is an independent, local 501(C) 3 organization. We are not affiliated with nor do we receive any funding from any national organization such as the Humane Society of the United States. We are the oldest and largest nonprofit animal welfare organization in southern Arizona, serving pets and the people who love them. And yes, we are NO-KILL. OUR WORK We save the lives of our homeless, abandoned, and often abused, animals. We receive, shelter and care for nearly 10,000 lost and unwanted companion animals each year. OUR MISSION Acting with compassion and responsible stewardship through innovative programs that serve pets and the people who love them.. OUR VISION A community in which all pets are cared for and loved.
The HSSA is an independent, local 501(C) 3 organization. We are not affiliated with nor do we receive any funding from any national organization such as the Humane Society of the United States. We are the oldest and largest nonprofit animal welfare organization in southern Arizona, serving pets and the people who love them. And yes, we are NO-KILL. OUR WORK We save the lives of our homeless, abandoned, and often abused, animals. We receive, shelter and care for nearly 10,000 lost and unwanted companion animals each year. OUR MISSION Acting with compassion and responsible stewardship through innovative programs that serve pets and the people who love them.. OUR VISION A community in which all pets are cared for and loved.