Hope Emergency Animal Rescue (HEAR) is a non-profit organization that partners with the Valley’s premier 24-hour, 365-day-a-year critical care Emergency Animal Clinic with five convenient locations. Sick and/or injured strays may be taken there by police officers, fire fighters or Good Samaritans at no charge. During the past five years, 4,765 injured and sick animals, mostly cats and dogs, have been saved from the streets. Donations to continue this life-saving work are greatly appreciated. Please visit www.hear-az.org or call 602-943-1707 to learn more about HEAR.
Rescued before she could be used as pit bull fighting bait, China Doll is a 1-year old Chihuahua who lost her brothers, sisters, and litter mate to this horrible fate. Not only was her tail broken in two places, she was emaciated (weighing only 4 pounds) and trembling with fright when rescued by a wonderful HEAR volunteer. In the safety of a foster home, China Doll has recovered physically and emotionally from her short life of trauma. She is housebroken, weighs a healthy 9 pounds and has quickly learned many adorable tricks. She loves to go for car rides and is leash and airline kennel trained. China Doll is secure, intelligent, and full of fun and energy. A happy and loving little dog, China Doll wants only to please and cuddle. She is a heart stealer who is looking for her forever home. She is current on vaccinations and spayed. HEAR would be thrilled with a happy ending to China Doll’s story. Would that be you?
The Phoenix Animal Care Coalition (PACC911) is a non-profit organization uniting the local rescue community through adopt-a-thons, humane education, fundraising and the unique Emergency Medical Fund (EMF) available exclusively to its 100+ rescue partners. PACC911’s EMF has allowed its partner rescues to save thousands of animals by providing financial assistance to offset costly medical treatment. PACC911 relies on donations to sustain this life-saving fund. For more information on PACC911 or to donate to the EMF, please visit www.pacc911.org, call 602-992-4779 or mail your donation to: PACC911, 10645 N. Tatum Blvd., Ste. 200-516, Phoenix, AZ 85028.