AHS Pet of the Week - SantanaPosted: Updated:
The MONTHS have come and gone and still Santana, a beautiful jet black Bombay mix, longs for a family to call her own.
When her family lost their home and was forced to live on the streets they decided to surrender Santana to our shelter in hopes that she would find a new family to spend the rest of her life with. That was back in MARCH and as the days, weeks and months pass by this easy going and mild-mannered kitty becomes more lonely and depressed.
At the age of nine, Santana has learned to appreciate the simple things in life like lounging around the house and relaxing as much as possible. Being an affectionate purring machine, Santana always has her eyes peeled for an available lap to snuggle on and she is more than happy to accompany a book worm on the armchair for a quiet afternoon. She likes cuddling on the couch while watching romantic movies and she will sleep at the foot of the bed each night.
Santana is great with other felines but she hasn’t been around dogs or children. She may be a mature 9-year-old, but most indoor cats can live to be 15 to 20 years old, so this pretty girl still has a long life ahead of her. Now if only she could find someone to share that life with.
She is available NOW at the Arizona Humane Society’s Nina Mason Pulliam Campus for Compassion located at 1521 West Dobbins Road in Phoenix. Her adoption fee is just $20 since she is a member of our exclusive Lonely Hearts club. This fee includes her spay surgery, vaccines, a colorful collar, a pet carrier, an AHS I.D. tag and a follow-up veterinary exam. For more information about this pet, please call (602) 997-7586 ext. 1045 and ask for animal ID number A296295 or log on to www.azhumane.org.
Please note: This pet might have been adopted by the time you visit the shelter; however, the AHS has many more wonderful pets that also need loving homes. Please take a moment to meet some of the other homeless dogs, cats and other companion animals at the shelter! To see all our adoptable animals right now, www.azhumane.org/findapet.