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  • Thanks to everyone who made PACC celebration a success

    Pima County was proud to dedicate the brand new Pima Animal Care Center on Sunday, Dec. 2. 
    The new facility comes thanks to the support of the community, who approved a County bond in 2014, and the work of many many volunteers and dedicated staff who work every day to care for all the animals. 

    PACC is the only open-admission shelter that never turns away a pet in need. Every year the facility takes in about 17,000 pets and saves about 90 percent of them thanks to adopters, fosters and rescue partners who help place them into loving new homes. 

    Before voters approved Proposition 415, the shelter operated from a 60-year-old facility built when PACC served as the Rabies Control “pound.” Thanks to $22 million in improvements, PACC operates from a modern care animal facility equipped to save lives. 

    check out this collection of photos from the big event. 
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