They may not have families yet but with your help they will have medical care, shelter, and love while they wait for their forever homes.
This Thanksgiving open your hearts and your wallets to pets less fortunate than your own and help HSSA raise $40,000 for pets in need. Your donations will fund necessary medical treatment, warm shelter and advocacy for hundreds of homeless pets at the Humane Society of Southern Arizona.
Show gratitude for the pets that have changed your life and give a gift in their honor.
Mossimo came into HSSA in need of an emergency surgery to remove an embedded collar in his neck. We were able to save his life with your help. Please give now and your donations will go towards HSSA's next life saving surgery.
Blue was a friend to Adam during his time of service in Afghanistan. Through rocket attacks and litters of puppies; Blue never left Adam's side. Adam is thankful for Blue. Show gratitude for the pets that have helped you through rough parts in your life and give now.
Daisy gave birth to 7 puppies. Brioche was the only one to survive "Fading Puppy Syndrome". Donations provided by people like YOU made it possible for us to save her life. Please give now to make sure the next puppy in need will get the treatment they desperately need.
Janis came to HSSA after being bit by a rattlesnake. Her left arm was unusable and dying. We provided Janis with the life-saving amputation surgery she desperately needed but only with your help. Make a gift now to make sure HSSA is always able to afford these important surgeries.
Butterscotch was a stray dog who desperately needed medical care. After a Good Samaritan brought her to HSSA we were able to immediately treat her spreading infection and give her antibiotics. We are only able to provide these life-saving treatments to un-owned pets thanks to donors like you. Please give now so we can help every pet who comes through our doors.
After 624 days in the shelter Gabby finally found her forever home. Watch the staff members tearfully say their goodbye's to our favorite and longest term resident. Your donations allow us to never give up on a pet. We promised to be there for Gabby for as long as it took to find her forever family. It's with your donations that we are able to keep that promise.
Professor X's Story
Clara Lee wanted to find a way to honor her wonderful late husband. He lived by the pay it forward mind set. She couldn't think of a better way to honor him than by adopting and training Professor X to be a pet therapy cat. This is his story. HSSA offers Pet VIP therapy training sessions multiple times a year. These pets then visit with people in our community who need gentle compassion and comfort during a time of distress. This important program only exists because of donors like you. Make your gift now to support HSSA's programs and pets.
Thankful for HSSA Staff
At HSSA we're thankful for pets and the people who love them. HSSA's staff have dedicated their lives to making sure pets have the best possible experience. We do it because they brighten our days, because they need a voice and an advocate, because to us their lives matter very much. Make your gift now and allow us to continue this important work.
Thankful for HSSA Volunteers
What makes HSSA volunteers so special? They give up the most valuable asset we all have; their time. HSSA's volunteers log over 126,647 hours every year. From dog walking to fostering bottle fed kittens, our volunteers truly love these pets and for that we couldn't be more grateful. Make your gift now and show HSSA Volunteers that you support HSSA.
Thankful for HSSA Donors
We are EXTREMELY grateful for local donors. HSSA does not receive any government funding and is not associated with any national organizations. What does that mean? That means every pet we feed, every program we fulfill, and every medical procedure we provide is paid for solely by DONORS LIKE YOU. Help us continue this work by making a gift now.
Thankful for what makes us different
At HSSA we're thankful for the things that make us different. Our staff are compassionate and dedicated to pets and the people who love them. We're thankful that we are able to serve our community with high quality care and services. Help us to continue our important work in the community and give now.
Help pets currently in HSSA's Second Chance Medical Unit ⬇
Tiffany is a 15 year old senior poodle mix who was brought to HSSA by her owner when they could no longer pay to care for her.
She had a mass above her right eye and suffers from chronic bronchitis. Two weeks ago HSSA's Shelter Medical team performed surgery to remove the painful mass.
Tiffany is currently in HSSA's dog critical care rooms receiving antibiotics and healing from her surgery. Help HSSA pay for Tiffany's care so she can live the rest of her life with a loving family.
HSSA is only able to care for pets like Tiffany thanks to donors like you. HSSA is not associated with any government or national organizations. What does that mean? That means your donations will DIRECTLY benefit Tiffany and her friends at HSSA.
We aren't sure how Reyna's leg was crushed but she is only 9 months old and has already been through a lot. She came into HSSA as a stray and she wasn't bearing any weight on her rear leg. After examination we saw that her fractured leg had not been cared for and was causing her immense pain.
HSSA's Shelter Medical Team amputated Reyna's leg a couple days before Thanksgiving and she is currently healing very well! She is taking antibiotics and receiving passionate care from HSSA's staff while she rests. We are excited to say her future looks bright and healthy. She is sure to make a loving family very happy once she's healed!
HSSA is only able to care for pets like Reyna thanks to donors like you. HSSA is not associated with any government or national organizations. What does that mean? That means your donations will DIRECTLY benefit Reyna and her friends at HSSA.
Cotton is a one year old cat who was brought to HSSA after her family was evicted. She was also suffering from conjunctival pedicle graft. Which meant one of her eyes was being destroyed by lesions. HSSA sent her right away to an ophthalmologist specialist who performed the surgery necessary to keep her eye from rupturing as well as preserving her vision.This surgery alone cost HSSA over $2,500.
She is now recovering in HSSA's Second Chance unit. HSSA is only able to care for pets like Cotton thanks to donors like you. HSSA is not associated with any government or national organizations. What does that mean? That means your donations will DIRECTLY benefit Cotton and her friends at HSSA.
Dulce came to HSSA as a stray kitten. She is only 4 months old and suffering from an upper respiratory infection. HSSA sees hundreds of cats each year with upper respiratory infections and each one receives antibiotics, healthy food, and a safe and calm place to heal. Dulce will be in HSSA's Second Chance unit until she is healthy enough to be moved to the adoption floor.
HSSA is only able to care for pets like Dulce thanks to donors like you. HSSA is not associated with any government or national organizations. What does that mean? That means your donations will DIRECTLY benefit Dulce and her friends at HSSA.
Chip is only 2 months old and a Good Samaritan found him wandering on Broadway Blvd. At HSSA we noticed he wasn't eating well and he tested positive for giardia. Giardia is a microscopic parasite that causes diarrheal illness which can be life-threatening without treatment. HSSA treats HUNDREDS of pets each year with antiparasitic medicines.
HSSA is only able to care for pets like Chip thanks to donors like you. HSSA is not associated with any government or national organizations. What does that mean? That means your donations will DIRECTLY benefit Chip and his friends at HSSA.