Tommy is a black and white male, about 1 to 2 years old, and he is neutered. Tommy favorite place is up on the back of the recliner chair and he likes to groom his person's head. He has a beautiful medium-long silky charcoal gray and white fur. He's still a young cat that has bonded with his foster mom. His new owner would need to be a bit patient and give him a little time to adjust to his new home. If you would like to meet Tommy to see if he is the one for you, please email us firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at 480-373-6965 today.
We are a CAT ADOPTION organization only. We do not handle dogs, puppies, or any other pets or wildlife. Please contact 480-898-pets or 1-888-pets911 for information and referrals in handling these animals.
PLEASE NOTE! Our shelter is full to capacity. We are unable to take in any animals at this time. Any animals dumped in the area surrounding our site will be immediately taken to Rabies Animal Control (the pound). This neighborhood is on the alert for animal abandoners. The information will be turned over to the police for prosecution.
M.T.C.S. desperately needs a volunteer with bookkeeping experience to help with taxes. Our previous CPA no longer is available to assist us. Volunteers can also help with socializing with cats, fundraising, and cleaning up. Please call us for further information regarding volunteering with our organization.
Adoption: The adoption fee for a cat is $60. The fee includes Leukemia tested negative, dewormed, spayed or neuterer, blood work, and vaccinations. A spay or neuter agreement is mandatory for our kitten adoptions.
Try the following before contacting an animal rescue organization to take your pet in:
Place the pet yourself with friends or family.
Let the grapevine work! Tell your friends to tell their friends that you are giving up your pet. Tell everyone you know. If you plan to take them to the Humane Society or Animal Care & Control (dog pound) tell them that too. Some kind soul will help.
Ask your neighbors and neighborhood children if they will help you look for a new home for your pet.
Put an ad in your work newsletter or church bulletin.
Put ads up at your local veterinarian or pet shops like PETCO or PETSMART.
If you put a classified ad in the newspaper be sure to charge a price to keep your pet safe from people shopping for free animals. Properly screen all interested adoptive families to make sure your pet will have a safe, loving, permanent home.
Put free ads up at the grocery store and anywhere else people congregate.
Ask friends to watch your pet for a few weeks to give you extra time if you need it.
For dogs send an e-mail to email@example.com and put "Dog Placement" in the subject field for fastest response.
Sorry, at this time they are only able to post information for unwanted pet dogs and stray dogs. Please phone 480-898-PETS (7387) to get referrals to cat rescue organizations.
Missing Mutts, Cats, Etc. 480-898-PETS
24-hour, Free Pet Resource and Referral Line manned by live volunteers. Call to find out what your options are.
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Always charge $40-$50 for your pet and use it to spay/neuter the pet. Charge so the pet will not be sold to a lab for experimentation, used as bait in a pit bull fighting ring, used in demonic rituals, killed for its meat, or be mistreated. People only value what they have to pay for. - No "Free Pets to Good Home" PLEASE!
We need four 4x8 foot sheets of lumber, hinges, eye hooks, padlocks, three metal poles, fine mesh screening, screws, and linoleum adhesive to build kennels.
Please call our facility for a complete list of supply items needed. Monetary donations are also accepted. Gift certificates from Goober Express Pet products are always needed and gratefully accepted. You can contact them at 480-668-4994. Thank You.
Email: Sorry, no email available at this time. Please contact us directly by calling 480-373-6965.