Towels delivered to Pima Animal Care Center
Pima Animal Care Center (PACC) posted on Facebook that they needed towels desperately. The shelves were bare from the intake of puppies and kittens and pregnant females.
Jan Pede, our network liaison at PACC brought this to the network’s attention asking us to direct as many towels to her as we can get.
Karen Brooks, our IT specialist, put the message out on Nextdoor. The response was more than overwhelming! Within three days we had donors from all over SaddleBrooke, SaddleBrooke Ranch, Black Horse Ranch, and Eagle Crest delivering towels to Jan.
This call to action is proof positive that networking works, with the power of the outreach of Nextdoor and the response of so many people that want to help homeless pets.
Cowboy Cookout auction quilt
This lovely quilt will be auctioned off at the Cowboy Cookout Fur Critters on Nov. 6. It was donated by Janice Provost. Raffle tickets are one for $5 or three for $10. Tickets can be purchased the day of the event. Winner must be present to win.
Catalina Craft Pizza gives back
Every third Wednesday, the generous owners of Catalina Craft Pizza donate 15% of that day’s proceeds to various area charities.
At one recent event, this charitable foundation was H.O.M.S. (Helping Orphaned Mutts Succeed). The group brought a lucky pooch named Dennis to the event. Within a few short days, he was headed from the Pinal County Animal Care and Control shelter to a foster family on his way to finding his forever home.
You can contact Catalina Craft Pizza at 520-825-0140 for information on upcoming events. Check them out for great food, great drinks, and great live music. They are located in the Catalina Pointe Plaza, 15930 N. Oracle.
Tiger, another happy tail
Tiger, formerly known as Bam Bam, was adopted in June by Carolyn and Denny Lavelle. A few months prior to the adoption, Carolyn found Tiger through Adopt-A-Pet online. In June she received an email from RoRescue that Tiger was ready to be adopted. He is a six-year-old Maltese/Pom mix and it was definitely love at first sight for both Tiger and the Lavelles. He is so sweet and lovable and prefers to be by their side at all times. Tiger has made it perfectly clear that his role in life is to make his humans happy.
Welcome to SaddleBrooke, Tiger!
Pick up date November 1
The SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network works with Pima Animal Care Center, Pinal Animal Care Center, and several rescue groups of homeless pets. We provide financial support for the medical needs and behavioral training of the pets to get them healthy and adopted.
We have a monthly pick-up service.
Items we can accept:
Clean bath size towels, blankets, crates/pads, pet beds, pet food, water bowls, toys, pet medication [must not be expired], pet coats and sweaters, leashes, collars, harnesses, grooming tools, pet gates, Xpens, puppy pads, E-collars, and training tools.
Items we cannot accept:
Comforters/quilted items, hand towels, wash cloths, rugs with rubber backing, electric blankets, pillows or chair pads, mattress covers, carpeting, and sheets.
Pick up takes place the first Friday of every month. Just email [email protected] or call 520-548-7861 to arrange for a pick-up. Please contact us by noon on the Wednesday before the requested pick-up date so that we can arrange the most efficient schedule. Just place it in your driveway by 8 a.m. on the day of pick-up, and we do the rest. Pick up of any item is at the discretion of the driver.
Empty prescription containers can be dropped off at 63701 SaddleBrooke Blvd at Mezzabyte Computers Suite U or Dentistry by Design suite M in the commercial center. Please remove all labels prior to donating. These are recycled by rescue groups.