Willow Blossom and more pets up for adoption in Phoenix-spot shelters

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Each and every 12 months, somewhere around 6.5 million companion animals enter shelters nationwide, according to the American Modern society for the Avoidance of Cruelty to Animals. Of those people, about 3.3 million are pet dogs and 3.2 million are cats.

Each 7 days, The Arizona Republic highlights a handful of the quite a few animals up for adoption at Valley shelters. To check out the status of a certain animal, be sure to make contact with the shelter immediately.

Willow Blossom: A Bengal beauty 

If you are interested in meeting Willow Blossom, please call Sun Cities 4 Paws Rescue, 623-876-8778 or 623-773-2246 after 9 a.m.

Willow Blossom is a 12-yr-outdated Bengal mix, a attractive eco-friendly-eyed girl Bengal breed.  She has been front declawed and is current on all of her shots. Getting a complete dislike for the spouse and children puppy, Willow was surrendered in hopes she would discover a far more suitable dwelling, just one that is peaceful and anxiety no cost. She at times goes on a bit of a “hunger strike” if issues get too boisterous.  Willow is helpful and hopes to uncover a human-only house in which to commit the rest of her kitty days.

How to adopt: She is now at Sunlight Metropolitan areas 4 Paws Rescue, 11129 Michigan Avenue, Youngtown.  Call 623-876-8778 following 9 a.m. or 623-773-2246 soon after 10 a.m.  Adoptions are Tuesdays-Saturdays from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.  Other places are the Shock PetSmart, 13764 Bell Road, and Lake Enjoyable Towne Middle PetSmart, 25372 Lake Pleasurable Parkway, Peoria.

 — Beverly Bormann, Sunlight Towns 4 Paws