Tommy was a 2 year old short hair Russian Blue mix and what a love. He and his sister Tasha were found squoooshed together in a tiny cat carrier left outside a store in the summer heat! He was only with Desert Paws Rescue for a few days before he passed away from unknown causes. He is still loved and remembered.
Sammy was a little two week old grey and white kitten that was abandoned by his mother. He was only with Desert Paws Rescue for a few days before he passed away. Rest in Peace Sammy.
Padme is a sweet DSH Tortoiseshell kitty, a little over a year. She came from a hoarder. She is sweet and loving. And like her namesake, she loves people but also is a little independent.
Padme loves playing with you and teaser wands. She is getting use to having her nails trimmed, she struggles but does not bite or scratch. And she uses the scratching posts regularly.
Although she is a healthy, happy kitty, she is FELV positive. She will only be able to be around other FELV positive kitties, such as Mozart (Donnie Darko). Who is also up for adoption. Padme has never been sick or shown any symptoms of FELV, it is believed she is just a carrier. Many cats with FELV have lived long lives.
Padme is spayed, up to date on shots and microchipped.
If you are interested in adopting Padme, please fill out the cat consultation form (on the website www.desertpawsrescue.org) or email email@example.com.
Louie was a cute little black and white kitten born on March 19 that passed away on May 13. He was a very sweet, playful and friendly boy that unfortunately was overcome by an illness that was too big for him to handle. Louie's life was short but he knew he was loved everyday.
Fez was an adorable 3 year old Siamese mix cat that came to Desert Paws Rescue on August 1, 2011. He was a large cat but weighed only 8 pounds because he suffered from inflammatory bowel disease. Fez loved being around his people and would snuggle up and purr at every opportunity. Although we managed to get his weight up to almost 12 pounds, he passed away on November 16th. He is gone from our lives but will never be gone from our hearts. We miss you Fez!
Chino was a rescue dog that I adopted back in 1996. He was just an all around incredible dog and has been like a pseudo child to me for over 16 years. Having been involved in rescue for the last 11 years, Chino has been the best foster brother a rescue dog could ever ask for. He welcomed more foster dogs than one could count, into his heart and home. He was always a wise soul and knew what each dog needed – whether it be confidence, teach them how to use a doggie door, to learn how to play with toys, to know that humans are ok, or even if they needed some doggie corrections. Chino has helped so many rescue dogs – one could never even know the impact he has made. In March of 2012, we had to put Chino down to be fair to him. It’s been the hardest thing we’ve ever done. The two girls of his pack, Kaiya and Deja, layed nose to nose to him as he went gently to sleep. We are lost without him. Godspeed my sweet Chino boy – you were loved by SO many and my heart is broken without you. Susan Gillin
Brando is a sweet little orange tabby and white kitten born in early August 2012. He's got lots of energy and loves to run and play with his toys and his feline friends - young and old. He hardly notices the 3 large cat-friendly dogs in his foster home as he zooms by them. When he's tired from playing, he's more than happy to spend time in your lap, purring like crazy until he falls asleep. Brando has already been neutered, has tested negative for FELV and FIV (feline immune virus), has an identification micro-chip, and is current on his vaccinations. If you are interested in giving Brando his forever home, please fill out the cat consultation form (on the website www.desertpawsrescue.org) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bandit is a 2 year old male austrailian sheperd/boxer mix. He is used to being around his sister, Cleo and he gets along with other dogs. Since he has lived most of his life outside, he likes to chase cats so a home without cats would be ideal. Although he could use a little bit of obedience training, he is an all around great dog. Please call Wes at 480-235-2406 if you are interested in giving Bandit or Cleo a great home. Bandit is fixed and is current on his shots.
This is a COURTESY posting only. Bandit is NOT up for adoption through Desert Paws and the above listed foster has no relation with Desert Paws Rescue.