Tag: Wishlist Wednesday

Wish List Wednesday: Tucson CARES

Wish List Wednesday: Tucson CARES

  Tucson CARES (Companion Animal Rescue Education and Support) is a  unique, ‘small but mighty’ all volunteer run non-profit organization dedicated to ‘saving the savable’ through direct action and advocacy. Tucson CARES goes beyond rescue and adoption into other elements of the No Kill Model […]

Wish List Wednesday: Mostly Cockers and Poms

Wish List Wednesday: Mostly Cockers and Poms

  Mostly Cockers and Poms is a Tucson-based 501c3 specializing in Cocker Spaniels and Pomeranians. A small rescue, all their donations come from people like you. They will go the distance like they did with Jenny, a Pom, who was a throwaway. Jenny had a […]

Tucson Pet Events – Oct 7 and 8, Animal Blessings, Etc.

Tucson Pet Events – Oct 7 and 8, Animal Blessings, Etc.

Pima Paws for Life
You’re invited

Tucson Pet Events – Oct 7 and 8

Pet Blessings Galore, Wish List Wednesday, Etc.

Blessing of the Animals Fair – Oct. 7

Fun event with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Pima Paws for Life. Rummage sale, food donations, pet supplies, horse/sheep/goat petting, police dog demos, dog tricks, pet photos and caricatures, pet-friendly vendors, food for sale, etc.

All well-mannered, leashed or crated pets welcome with their humans. Location: Christ the King Episcopal Church, 2800 W. Ina Road, Tucson 85741 from 10 am to 2 pm.

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animal ministry of UMC St. Mark's
you are invited

Blessing of the Animals – Oct 8

This blessing is held at St. Mark’s United Methodist Church at 4 pm on the labyrinth of the Meditation Area (located directly across from the preschool playground). Well-behaved animals of all kinds, on leashes or in carriers or cages, are welcome to attend! Feel free to decorate collars, leashes or carriers with bows or flowers.

If your animal’s temperament, health or size does not lend itself to attending, you may bring his/her picture to the blessing service instead.

Everyone is welcome and there will be free photos taken after the service of your pet or you with your pet. Location: 1431 W. Magee Road @ La Canada.

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hoofs n horns farm sanctuary
Saved!

Wishlist Wednesday: Hoofs n Horns Farm Sanctuary, Tucson

Hoofs n Horns is committed to helping those animals who arrive in need, who are abandoned, neglected, or just worn out. Many arrive near the end of their lives or sometimes days of their lives. All the animals have one thing in common — others gave up on them.

Show them some love and find out what items are needed most.

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Mostly Cockers & Poms
Rescued & Adopted

Beading Divas Bracelets

October: Beading Divas to the Rescue fund-raises for Mostly Cockers & Poms, a small Tucson-based rescue who is big on saving lives and second chances. Read what lengths they went to give Jenny a chance at a happy ending. Consider buying a one-of-a-kind bracelet or two; they make great gifts.

Beading Divas bracelets
buy me

 

Wish List Wednesday: Hoofs n Horns Farm Sanctuary, 85743

Wish List Wednesday: Hoofs n Horns Farm Sanctuary, 85743

A Tucson Tail blog is excited to be letting the community know about this sweet sanctuary in Avra Valley. Hoofs n Horns Sanctuary is committed to helping those animals who arrive in need, who are abandoned, neglected, or just worn out. Many arrive near the […]

Wish List Wednesday: Arizona Cattle Dog Rescue

Wish List Wednesday: Arizona Cattle Dog Rescue

It’s that time again  – Wish List Wednesday. Let’s talk about Arizona Cattle Dog Rescue, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and ultimately re-home abandoned, stray and neglected Australian Cattle Dogs throughout the state of Arizona. Whenever possible, they also assist […]

Wishlist Wednesday: Pima Paws for Life

Wishlist Wednesday: Pima Paws for Life

 

Pima Paws for Life
Bella: adopt me, must be an only dog

Pima Paws for Life is a 501c3 private animal shelter dedicated to creating an Adoption Guarantee Facility for dog and cats.

What is an Adoption Guarantee Facility? It is where every animal is guaranteed a home, unless they are suffering with no hope of recovery or have behavioral problems so severe that they are a threat to the safety of others. Pima Paws for Life believes that every animal’s life has value- every life matters.                                                                                                

There is a great need in the Tucson community and Pima Paws for Life has a big wish – to remain open. They have reached a critical point with financial resources and cannot continue without donations.  PPFL focuses on taking in dogs and cats with medical needs, which incur extra veterinary care costs before going to their forever homes.

For as little as $10 a month (33 cents a day), help them continue saving lives. Or any donation would be greatly appreciated.

They also need in-kind donations in order to keep the shelter humming. These donations are accepted at the PPFL shelter located at 2555 W. Zinnia Avenue, Tucson, 85705, daily from 7 to 11 am and 3 to 7 pm.

pima paws for life
Evangeline: adopt me

Ongoing need for these items:  (Pick up some items next time you go to Costco)

  • Low dust, NON-clumping cat litter
  • Canned cat/kitten food (Classic Pate)
  • Canned cat/kitten food with gravy (Friskies grilled and shreds)
  • Cat toys/scratchers
  • Bath Mats (for kitty condos)
  • Laundry detergent
  • Fabric softener
  • Dryer sheets
  • Original Dawn dish soap
  • Paper towels
  • Toilet paper
  • Puppy Pads
  • Kirkland GROUND canned dog food (Costco)
  • Kirkland Nature’s Domain Grain Free (yellow bag) Dry food (Costco)
  • Natural Balance limited ingredient with chicken and sweet potatoes (canned and dry)
  • Nature’s Recipe grain free chicken and sweet potatoes dry dog food
  • Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts
  • FRESH PET dog food (refrigerator section – cheapest at Target or WalMart)
  • Baby Food (Beef, Chicken, Turkey or Sweet Potato w/ NO SEASONINGS)
  • BRAUN lens covers for ear thermometer
  • Latex Gloves (small and medium)
  • Large Ziploc storage/freezer bags
  • Tall kitchen trash bags
  • 39 Gallon heavy duty trash bags
  • Odoban disinfectant
  • Towels
  • Washcloth/rags
  • Fleece blankets
  • Dog/cat beds
  • Slip leads
  • Chew-proof dog toys of all sizes, such as Kongs and Nylabones
  • Training treats (NO CHINA made treats please)
  • Purina Busy Bone Dog Treats (Medium to Large)
  • Gift Cards: Home Depot, Petsmart/Pet Club, Target/Walmart, Staples/OfficeMax (any unwanted gift cards you have that you would like to donate, we will happily accept and make good use of.)

Check out their AMAZON Wishlist for more ideas:

Tax-deductible receipt available upon request

Wishlist Wednesday: Lifeline Oro Valley Animal Rescue

Wishlist Wednesday: Lifeline Oro Valley Animal Rescue

LOVAR has quite a list of what is needed, some of which you might even have in your garage or closet or use your Amazon Prime to send them a box. Who is LOVAR? LOVAR is a 501c3 volunteer-driven charity organization rescuing animals of all types, […]