Care for Maricopa County’s animals – and beyond
A system to control pet overpopulation and save our community’s most vulnerable animals, including proactive spay/neuter initiatives and programs to keep pets in loving homes, allowing us to focus on comprehensive rescue, medical and behavioral care for those animals who need it most, at a level not yet seen in the United States.
We are limited not by vision nor determination, but by our facilities. This system of care requires our 62-year old Sunnyslope facility to be replaced. We propose a $28 million capital campaign to build a new, centrally located campus, anchored by a regionally-serving Medical Complex.
Together, we can accomplish what was historically considered impossible: rescuing and healing those who were needlessly euthanized before.