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SOS Cat Rescue AZ

Tucson, AZ 85740

Contact Bianca Maubach
Email info@soscatrescueaz.org
Phone (520) 445-3889
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Areas SOS Cat Rescue AZ serves

Tucson, AZ
Pima County, AZ

Check out our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/SOS.catrescueAZ for information on event and to follow our cats.

You can also follow us on Instagram and Twitter @SOScatrescueAZ

You can see our forms, including volunteer options and adoption, at www.SOScatrescueAZ.org.

SOS Cat Rescue AZ's adoption process

Additional adoption info

For a meet-n-greet with our cats, please call us at 520-445-3889 or email us at info@SOScatrescueAZ.org. You can also fill out an adoption application via www.SOScatrescueAZ.org/Adoption-Application.

Due to COVID-19, all of our foster parents will wear masks during the meet-and-greets and we kindly ask all potential adopters that everyone in your party also wears a mask at all times for the duration of the meet-and-greets with our cats and/or kittens. 

Our adoption process step-by-step:
1. Contact us and let us know which cat you want to meet
2. Fill out an adoption application
3. Meet the cat(s)
4. We use an interview process to ensure that each animal adopted will be matched to the most compatible new owner. During this process, we will review any medical or behavioral information relevant to that animal, explain policies and services available. Our knowledgeable contact person will also help you select the right supplies for your new pet.
5. Home visit - with a home check we ensure the cats new home is cat-friendly and free of "cat hazards". At the same time we can discuss possible areas of concern and how to resolve these.
6. We have an adoption contract that you must sign before you can take your new kitty home. In addition, we will also provide you with a list of the cat's medical history including dates of their vaccinations, due dates for future vaccinations to assist you to plan for future boosters and vet visits.
7. We collect the adoption fee when we bring your new family member to your house or you pick him or her up from our facility.
8. Follow-up phone call are not only to ensure the well-being of the cat, we also want to assist you with any questions you might have.

We retain the right to refuse adoption to anyone for any reason.

At the time of the adoption, all our cats are:
-micro-chipped
-spayed or neutered
-FeLV/FIV tested
-current on age appropriated vaccination

The package also include a list of veterinaries in the area that offer no cost or low cost first exams for rescue animals.

Our experienced team will also assist you after the adoption is finalized in case of questions and concerns.
So don’t hesitate to call us.

Adoption Fees:
- $140 for Kittens under the age of 6 months
- $200 for bonded pairs
- $100 for all other cats.
Fees can only be paid by check or cash; we do not allow payment plans and we cannot take debit/credit cards. Adoption fees are NOT refundable

We retain the right to refuse adoption to anyone for any reason.

About SOS Cat Rescue AZ

SOS Cat Rescue AZ is a solely volunteer-run and foster-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Tucson, Arizona.

S.O.S. stands for saving orphan kittens and senior cats in danger of euthanasia from the local shelter and gives these cats a second chance for a "happily ever after" life. The kitties are solely placed in foster homes where they will be taken care of according to their individual needs such as bottle feeding for orphans, socialization for kittens while growing up, medical attention to the sick, and hospice care for seniors.

Since all our cats are in foster homes, we get to know them, their behavior, and their needs very well so we can help you find the cat that is a match for you.

S.O.S. is founded by experienced Tucson based rescuers who wanted to focus on special-need-cats and their well-being. Our team consists of excellent foster families, specialized bottle-feeders with years of experience, as well as strong individuals with a loving heart for senior cats, their special needs, and the knowledge that most of our seniors are with us because of their deteriorating health. This means we give senior cats a loving hospice forever home where they can  pass over in a home situation, loved and cared for.

Our goals are to rescue urgent kittens and senior cats in need, provide them with the care they need, and find them wonderful homes and a place to live out their remaining days. We are also working hard at screening the potential families and asking the right questions to ensure every single one of our rescued kitties finds their happily ever after home.

We retain the right to refuse adoption to anyone for any reason.

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