Teachers and students at El Mirage Elementary School had noticed a black and white tuxedo kitty, now known as Tink, camping out near the playground for weeks. With the summer heat approaching quickly they decided to bring her into the Arizona Humane Society. Now the easygoing 1-year-old kitty is searching for a can-opening, treat-dispensing, cat-toy wielding owner to call her own. Although she has been around kids she hasn't lived with children nor has she mingled with dogs or other cats. A slow family introduction is recommended.
She is available NOW at the Campus for Compassion located at 15th avenue and Dobbins. Now until the end of August ALL FELINE ADOPTION FEES WILL BE WAIVED IN LEIU OF A MONETARY DONATION. All the cats are already spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and go home with a collar and ID tag. For more about this pet visit www.azhumane.org or call 602-997-7585 x 1045 and ask for animal ID number A394112.
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