- The Arizona Humane Society’s Sunnyslope Campus is undergoing emergency electrical repairs, which has shut down critical areas of the Sunnyslope Campus beginning Sunday, August 11.
- The areas affected include Sunnyslope cat and dog adoptions, the behavior room, cat hospital and cat holding areas, and two critical medical areas – the Ring Room for cats being cared for with Ringworm as well as Mutternity Suites for pregnant and nursing canine moms and their babies. AHS’ teams worked to get generators up and running in some of those areas and have been able to place many of the medical pets into AHS Foster Hero homes.
- Adoptions at AHS’ Sunnyslope Campus remain closed through these repairs. Adoptions at AHS’ three other locations are open.
- The Sunnyslope Campus is the hub of AHS’ lifesaving programs, including AHS’ Second Chance Animal Trauma Hospital™, Parvo Puppy ICU, Bottle Baby Kitten ICU and Foster Hero program, and the facility is more than 60 years old. These repairs are critical for the health and safety of our pets and are estimated to cost more than $16,000.
- For those who are unable to adopt or foster, AHS is asking for support through monetary donations.