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NKPC Celebrates 5 Years of Progress

Five years ago, on the evening of September 16, 2012, approximately 50 people gathered at Windmill Suites to attend the very first Community Meeting of No Kill Pima County (NKPC). Our presentation focused on our community’s challenge by giving the outcome data of animals saved and killed and we introduced a solution known as the No Kill Equation Read full story.
No Kill Pima County's Lost Pet Initiate!
Approximately once a month NKPC will provide a low cost microchip event in Pima County. This service can make all the difference in reuniting lost pets with their owners. A microchip, about the size of a grain of rice, is injected like a vaccination under the pet's skin on their back between their shoulders. It holds a number that can be detected by a special scanner.  Most vets and shelters will scan a found pet for free and using that number will be able to call a registry and identify the owner. The chips we use come from Found Animals Foundation who maintains a pet owner registry for free, no matter how often the owner updates their contact info. Microchips are only effective when the owner lets their microchip company know how to contact them! 
Pets should be fully vaccinated before bringing them to public events.
See ALL Microchipping Events on our website HERE!
Thank You Eclectic Cafe and Good Luck Stormy!
Come meet  another dog in need on the third Sunday of the month
10am to Noon.
PACC has recently been hit with several back to back impounds as large as 40-60 cats each and desperately needs help to find them homes. They have no outdoor experience and most are understandably fearful under the stress of change and in the shelter environment, but have made promising strides and/or blossomed in to loving companions after decompressing in the security of an understanding home. Head to PACC and look for the "I am a hoarding survivor" signs to save a life!    
Meet these pets at PACC 4000 N. Silverbell. Adoption fees are waived for seniors, special needs pets and those who have been at the shelter too long. 

And visit http://www.nokillpimacounty.org/saveable/ to see more 'at risk' animals at the county shelter.
 
Did you know there is more than one way to contribute?
Visit our donations page 
HERE to see all of the options.

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THANK YOU  FOR CARING!
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