Tag: SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

Loving Care for the cat you leave behind

The tuxedo kitty, Dalyma, is available for adoption. She was taken in after her owner went into hospice. She’s eight years old, very petite and sweet. Like all our senior cats, she comes with lifetime veterinary care assistance. This means we cover the cost of an annual exam and vaccinations for life.

Rita Fletcher Your pampered feline pet—do you have a plan for continued care when you are no longer able? Think a shelter will? Most shelters won’t take cats due to overcrowding and constant cage placement for your companion is traumatic. Hearts That Purr Feline Guardians, a nonprofit group, is a new concept you need to…

Calling all cat lovers

Winter or Haven?

Winter and Haven, pure white identical twins, were dumped at the shelter. Both were neglected. SOS Cat Rescue took them, gave them full medicals and nursed them to health. They’re 15 years old but healthy, loving and good with other cats. The Network will pay the adoption cost! Just like us, all they need is…

Pet Rescue collects for “I Don’t Want It” sale

Wags & Walkers, a Pet Rescue Network partner and a Pima Animal Care Center (PACC) volunteer organization, is collecting items for the upcoming October “I Don’t Want It” sale. As always, all proceeds will benefit the pets at PACC. Currently PACC desperately needs a Patient Warming System to help maintain a pet’s body temperature during…

SaddleBrooke to the rescue

Zach

Kitties are safe thanks to SaddleBrooke residents who found them living outside and took the time to get involved. The Pet Rescue Network was called and SaddleBrooke resident Diana Steinke jumped into action by trapping four feral kittens and their mother in May. The mom was sterilized, vaccinated and released because she was too wild…

Looking for a forever home

Rosie

These pups were once loved but their family could no longer care for them. Unfortunately, the owners didn’t plan for their future so they are homeless. Is there room in your home for a loving, healthy, trained dog? Free to a SaddleBrooke home. Tell your friends! Contact Leslie at the SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network –…

SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

Canyon waits in a SaddleBrooke foster for her new home after her mom died. Do you have room in your heart? No adoption fee. Call Leslie at 724-689-9843.

Ladies, don’t miss the Pet Rescue Network’s annual fashion show and luncheon on Wednesday, June 10 at HOA1 with fashions brought to you by Catalina Ranch House. There will be a silent auction with items donated by our talented residents and many local businesses. A cheese and spinach quiche, salad and ice cream will be…

Dog park happenings

Susan Rayner It is part of the SaddleBrooke Dog Park Mission Statement to “sponsor or otherwise support pet rescue efforts.” To help fulfill this goal, the Dog Park hosted a People Party on February 23 to raise money for the SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network. A good crowd came to support this effort as well as…

SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network – March 2015

Cody and Casey

Cody and Casey are the cutest seven month old Chi/Jack Russell pups! They are 11 pounds of fun and energy and are available separately or together. Also waiting for a home is Gunther, a six year old perfectly trained tan Schnauzer, dozens of beautiful Chihuahuas, a nine year old 10 pound poodle, a young Cairn…

Stuff the Truck event March 14, noon to 3pm

Your used linens and things will help homeless pets.

It’s easy! Drive through and drop off! Save the date and start saving linens and pet items for Stuff the Truck, Saturday, March 14 from noon to 3:00 p.m. Bring your used items to the convenient drop off center at HOA1 Bocce Ball Court parking lot. Your car will be unloaded by friendly SaddleBrooke Pet…