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Paws & Claws Care Center is closed Sunday and Monday
Apache Junction Animal Control Paws & Claws Care Center (PCCC) provides services to the residents of Apache Junction such as adoptions, licensing, public outreach and education and many other services. The PCCC provides shelter to cats and dogs that are owner surrendered as well as strays. Animals are available for adoption unless otherwise stated.
The PCCC also protects the public from animal-inflicted injuries by:
Many of our residents have expressed interest in supporting our local Apache Junction Animal Shelter. There are many volunteer opportunities, as well as other ways to donate. The shelter is always in need of food and pet supplies, and depends upon donations to help them provide the medical care these animals need as they are often sick or wounded.
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The resolution of an animal cruelty case involving Wally, an 8-year-old Chihuahua in Gilbert ended up helping shelter animals in Apache Junction.The resolution of an animal cruelty case involving Wally, an 8-year-old Chihuahua in Gilbert ended up helping shelter animals in Apache Junction.Donnelly volunteers her time taking high-quality photos of animals up for adoption at Paws and Claws Care Center, the animal shelter in Apache Junction.The two loving female Shar Pei mix found by Holly on October 27, 2004 in Apache Junction, are now for adoption at a rescue shelter in Scottsdale. A lot of people were involved to save these beautiful and friendly dogs. Thank you to Holly for keeping them for few days, thank you to Kathy Swaney from Valley of the Sun Rescue and to Pinal County Animal Care & Control for helping us as well.