Pima Animal Care reaches goal of saving 12,000 animals
Pima Animal Care reaches goal of saving 12,000 animalsPhoto: Video by kgun9.com
TUCSON (KGUN9-TV) - The Pima Animal Care Center met their goal Thursday of saving 12,000 animals by June 30.
The 12,000th adoption was made at about 3:30 p.m., 10 days ahead of schedule!
Newlyweds Robert and Rachel Jentoft adopted Samurai, a 2-year-old Siberian Husky.
Samurai or Sam was dropped off at PACC by his owners following a foreclosure.
The couple had been thinking about getting a dog for a few months. Robert wanted a similar dog to malamutes after having the breed as a child.
Soon after meeting Samurai, the couple was already talking about buying a kiddie pool for him and introducing him to bacon.
The three of them left PACC with a gift basket full of treats and toys.
But there are still many more animals that need a loving home.
PACC still has June deals to entice families to add new members. Adoption fees for the rest of June are $12 for dogs and cats over the age of four months are free.
More information can be found on Pima Animal Care Center's website.