Kennels of Compassion

My name is Kaiti and I run an all animal rescue in Chandler, Arizona. Even if you don't live in this state or even this country, you can still help a lot by following this blog. Word travels fast and far and will eventually come back to the states and back to Arizona as well. Besides you can be on the opposite side of the world and still donate, spread the word and more. Thank you so much to everyone who has showed support to this blog. Below you can find more links to other sites where you can again show support to my animal rescue.

YOU CAN SEARCH ANIMALS BY LARGE OR WELL KNOWN CITIES AND TOWNS AS WELL AS BY STATE. For example just search the tag "colorado-springs" or "colorado"

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Lil’ Chef - Jumbo Rat | the pets’ blog | photo by renz | for adoption here

Lil’ Chef - Jumbo Rat | the pets’ blog | photo by renz | for adoption here

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Millie sleeping derpycat style | the pets’ blog | photo by renz

Millie sleeping derpycat style | the pets’ blog | photo by renz

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Nuggie | the pets’ blog | photo by renz

Nuggie | the pets’ blog | photo by renz

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CHANCE -   This is a cat that will never be big or even average in size. If you like itty bitty kitties, this is the little man for you! He’s tiny and adorable and a lot of people think he’s only five or six months but he’s actually full grown and turned a year old on August 31st 2014. He’s so sweet and enjoys playing and could play for hours on end but he can also curl up in your lap or on your chest and purr loudly as you cuddle and pet him. Overall he just wants someone who’s going to love and cherish him and he’ll be your very best friend if you allow it.Spayed/Neutered: YES  Vaccinated: YES  Located in: Chandler ARIZONAShelter: Kennels of Compassion Animal RescueAddress: Chandler Blvd. & McClintock Rd.Contact: TEXT only, Kaiti @ 520-561-0031ID #: N/AHours: Monday thru Sunday 1:00 pm to 8:00 pmClick here for more information on this animal.

CHANCE -
This is a cat that will never be big or even average in size. If you like itty bitty kitties, this is the little man for you! He’s tiny and adorable and a lot of people think he’s only five or six months but he’s actually full grown and turned a year old on August 31st 2014. He’s so sweet and enjoys playing and could play for hours on end but he can also curl up in your lap or on your chest and purr loudly as you cuddle and pet him. Overall he just wants someone who’s going to love and cherish him and he’ll be your very best friend if you allow it.

Spayed/Neutered: YES
Vaccinated: YES

Located in: Chandler ARIZONA
Shelter: Kennels of Compassion Animal Rescue
Address: Chandler Blvd. & McClintock Rd.
Contact: TEXT only, Kaiti @ 520-561-0031
ID #: N/A
Hours: Monday thru Sunday 1:00 pm to 8:00 pm

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JOSEPHINE -   What a beautiful light tortoise shell calico this young lady is! She has very soft fur and would love an owner who will take the time to groom her every one or two weeks; which should only take about one to five minutes of brushing, depending on how well you keep up on it. She has medium length hair, not long, but her hair is extremely soft so it shouldn’t mat very easily at all which is a great plus! She’s a very active and curious girl who loves exploring but she also really enjoys laying on her human’s lap to be pet and loved. It’s a really wonderful mixture and she would do great in a lot of different home situations.Spayed/Neutered: YES  Vaccinated: YES  Located in: San Francisco CALIFORNIAShelter: San Francisco Animal Care & ControlAddress: 1200 15th St. San Francisco CA 94103Contact: 415-554-6364ID #: A359081 Hours: Monday thru Sunday 11:00 am to 6:30 pmClick here for more information on this animal.

JOSEPHINE -
What a beautiful light tortoise shell calico this young lady is! She has very soft fur and would love an owner who will take the time to groom her every one or two weeks; which should only take about one to five minutes of brushing, depending on how well you keep up on it. She has medium length hair, not long, but her hair is extremely soft so it shouldn’t mat very easily at all which is a great plus! She’s a very active and curious girl who loves exploring but she also really enjoys laying on her human’s lap to be pet and loved. It’s a really wonderful mixture and she would do great in a lot of different home situations.

Spayed/Neutered: YES
Vaccinated: YES

Located in: San Francisco CALIFORNIA
Shelter: San Francisco Animal Care & Control
Address: 1200 15th St. San Francisco CA 94103
Contact: 415-554-6364
ID #: A359081 
Hours: Monday thru Sunday 11:00 am to 6:30 pm

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JACK -   Meet the old gentleman, Jack! He’s ninety pounds of love and kindness in a ten year old body. Although he is a senior citizen, don’t let that make you turn away instantly. He’s trained and obedient and eager to please, he’s mellow but also loves to play too, he won’t chew up your house and just wants to chew on his chew toys, and he does great with other dogs. Jack would most likely be best in a home without cats because he becomes extremely excited any time he sees one at the shelter; which isn’t a good sign usually - not aggression but he could easily harm a cat not knowing his size and strength. He would also be best in a home with mature kids not youngsters who are going to yank on his tail and ears, climb on him and try and satch his toys or treats away because he isn’t the absolute best when it comes to toy and treat training but he’s in a foster home receiving training for that and other things like learning different tricks to show off to his new owner! Jack needs someone who will keep him forever. His previous owner claims Jack had to be brought to the shelter because they couldn’t afford him but I strongly believe it’s due to his age, which is extremely heartbreaking. This is a dog who looks at those humans like his own flesh and blood family, his pack, those that he loves and cherishes and he’s brought to prison for committing no crime.He really deserves to live his last few years in a home with a family that will actually love him and take great care of him and keep him until the end of his time.Spayed/Neutered: YES  Vaccinated: YES + No young kids + No cats Located in: San Francisco CALIFORNIAShelter: Golden Gate Labrador Retriever RescueAddress: 268 Bush St. #4322 San Francisco CA 94104Contact: Candace 415-860-5456ID #: N/AHours: Contact to arrange a time to meetClick here for more information on this animal.

JACK -
Meet the old gentleman, Jack! He’s ninety pounds of love and kindness in a ten year old body. Although he is a senior citizen, don’t let that make you turn away instantly. He’s trained and obedient and eager to please, he’s mellow but also loves to play too, he won’t chew up your house and just wants to chew on his chew toys, and he does great with other dogs. Jack would most likely be best in a home without cats because he becomes extremely excited any time he sees one at the shelter; which isn’t a good sign usually - not aggression but he could easily harm a cat not knowing his size and strength. He would also be best in a home with mature kids not youngsters who are going to yank on his tail and ears, climb on him and try and satch his toys or treats away because he isn’t the absolute best when it comes to toy and treat training but he’s in a foster home receiving training for that and other things like learning different tricks to show off to his new owner! Jack needs someone who will keep him forever. His previous owner claims Jack had to be brought to the shelter because they couldn’t afford him but I strongly believe it’s due to his age, which is extremely heartbreaking. This is a dog who looks at those humans like his own flesh and blood family, his pack, those that he loves and cherishes and he’s brought to prison for committing no crime.He really deserves to live his last few years in a home with a family that will actually love him and take great care of him and keep him until the end of his time.

Spayed/Neutered: YES
Vaccinated: YES
+ No young kids + No cats


Located in: San Francisco CALIFORNIA
Shelter: Golden Gate Labrador Retriever Rescue
Address: 268 Bush St. #4322 San Francisco CA 94104
Contact: Candace 415-860-5456
ID #: N/A
Hours: Contact to arrange a time to meet

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PIXIE -   This pretty little girl is for adoption in Arizona. Guinea Pigs generally live around four years and she was born September 2013 so she’s about a year in age and has plenty of time left! Guinea pigs are often quite shy but if handled daily make excellent pets for someone who needs a low maintenance animal or for kids.Spayed/Neutered: Unknown Vaccinated: YES  Located in: Phoenix ARIZONAShelter: Arizona’s Piggiepoo Rescue Inc.Address: 1610 E. Bell Rd. St. 109 Phoenix AZ 85022Contact: fill out the adoption form at: www.piggiepoo.orgID #: N/AHours: Sun/Tues/Thurs. CLOSED || Mon/Wed/Fri 12pm-6pm || Sat. 10am-4pmClick here for more information on this animal.

PIXIE -
This pretty little girl is for adoption in Arizona. Guinea Pigs generally live around four years and she was born September 2013 so she’s about a year in age and has plenty of time left! Guinea pigs are often quite shy but if handled daily make excellent pets for someone who needs a low maintenance animal or for kids.

Spayed/Neutered: Unknown
Vaccinated: YES

Located in: Phoenix ARIZONA
Shelter: Arizona’s Piggiepoo Rescue Inc.
Address: 1610 E. Bell Rd. St. 109 Phoenix AZ 85022
Contact: fill out the adoption form at: www.piggiepoo.org
ID #: N/A
Hours: Sun/Tues/Thurs. CLOSED || Mon/Wed/Fri 12pm-6pm || Sat. 10am-4pm

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MIKA -   There isn’t any information on this absolutely adorable baby girl’s personality but just look at this face! How can you say no to this?! She is absolutely adorable! I can’t say that enough! It’s understandable why they didn’t write anything for her personality though. Young kittens like this do not have the mental capability to connect with a human. They’re more interested in exploring and playing with toys and thy really don’t care to cuddle in your lap, be carried around, to hang out on the couch and be pet or even to sleep with you at night. Odds are a young kitten like this is goign to leap out of bed and wander about or find a new place to sleep. Im not saying this to scare anyon away from adopting young kittens but you need to prepare yourself for this. Remember, all babies grow up. If you want a kitten or puppy because its a baby, please, for the sake of the animal, never get any type of anima because they all grow up eventually and what will you do when it isn’t a cute baby anymore like you originally wanted? If you’re doing it because you think raising a kitten will make it so it turns out the way you want it to as an adult, you need to get that thought out of your mind because that’s a total myth like Pitbulls having lockjaw or having the strongest bite pressure is a myth. Just like every single human, animals will grow up having the personality that is a part of them since birth. Of course, certain situations will affect how they act once grown up but overall they have a personality and it will be as it is meant to be. This goes quadruple for cats. Dogs are much easier to change and train, although still in the end they’re going to have whatever personality they’re seemingly born with, but cats are only going to rebel the more you tell them no, the more you try and force them to be something they’re not. Cats don’t respond well t being smacked, but unfortunately people still think if they smack their cat for doing something wrong it will stop like a dog does; when in fact it does the opposite and you’ll probably notice your cat is now going to the bathroom out of the litter box, knocking things over, and more. Please do your research and look up different personalities, training tactics and more. Find out if a young animal is best for you or an adult and think about the animal not just yourself! Cats and dogs have dreams, they’re able to come up with ideas, they think and feel like us humans. Please, consider the animal’s best interests and not only your own when you go to get a new pet!Spayed/Neutered: YES  Vaccinated: Unknown Located in: Houston TEXASShelter: Harris County Health & Environmental ServicesAddress: 612 Canino Rd. Houston TX 77076Contact: 281-999-3191ID #: A412886 Hours: Mon-Fri 1pm-5:45pm | Sat. 11am-4pm | Sun. closedClick here for more information on this animal.

MIKA -
There isn’t any information on this absolutely adorable baby girl’s personality but just look at this face! How can you say no to this?! She is absolutely adorable! I can’t say that enough! It’s understandable why they didn’t write anything for her personality though. Young kittens like this do not have the mental capability to connect with a human. They’re more interested in exploring and playing with toys and thy really don’t care to cuddle in your lap, be carried around, to hang out on the couch and be pet or even to sleep with you at night. Odds are a young kitten like this is goign to leap out of bed and wander about or find a new place to sleep. Im not saying this to scare anyon away from adopting young kittens but you need to prepare yourself for this. Remember, all babies grow up. If you want a kitten or puppy because its a baby, please, for the sake of the animal, never get any type of anima because they all grow up eventually and what will you do when it isn’t a cute baby anymore like you originally wanted? If you’re doing it because you think raising a kitten will make it so it turns out the way you want it to as an adult, you need to get that thought out of your mind because that’s a total myth like Pitbulls having lockjaw or having the strongest bite pressure is a myth. Just like every single human, animals will grow up having the personality that is a part of them since birth. Of course, certain situations will affect how they act once grown up but overall they have a personality and it will be as it is meant to be. This goes quadruple for cats. Dogs are much easier to change and train, although still in the end they’re going to have whatever personality they’re seemingly born with, but cats are only going to rebel the more you tell them no, the more you try and force them to be something they’re not. Cats don’t respond well t being smacked, but unfortunately people still think if they smack their cat for doing something wrong it will stop like a dog does; when in fact it does the opposite and you’ll probably notice your cat is now going to the bathroom out of the litter box, knocking things over, and more. Please do your research and look up different personalities, training tactics and more. Find out if a young animal is best for you or an adult and think about the animal not just yourself! Cats and dogs have dreams, they’re able to come up with ideas, they think and feel like us humans. Please, consider the animal’s best interests and not only your own when you go to get a new pet!

Spayed/Neutered: YES
Vaccinated: Unknown

Located in: Houston TEXAS
Shelter: Harris County Health & Environmental Services
Address: 612 Canino Rd. Houston TX 77076
Contact: 281-999-3191
ID #: A412886 
Hours: Mon-Fri 1pm-5:45pm | Sat. 11am-4pm | Sun. closed

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