The Arizona Humane Society needs your help. Now.


Imagine turning away 121 animals a day. They can’t and they won’t with Project 121.

121 represents the average number of animals Arizona Humane Society (AHS) takes in on a given day. Summertime is especially critical with prolific litters and outdoor temperatures escalating the need. It is a monumental task to provide ongoing medical, rehabilitative, shelter and adoptive services for 121 new arrivals daily, especially considering AHS receives no federal or state funding. Initiatives such as Project 121 are critical to the survival of the animals who rely on the AHS: private donations to care for the 46,000 animals AHS serves annually. Please help to make a difference in the life of an animal – take action today.


The folks who dedicate their time and resources to this wonderful agency are a tireless crowd with hearts of gold. They cannot handle this situation without additional help from people like you and me. Open your hearts, checkbooks, daytimers and pie holes and do what you can. I think we all agree that it is in giving that we receive.

Adopt if you can. Donate if you can. Volunteer if you can. Advocate the health and well being of animals if you can. YOU CAN make a difference in the world!

When I saw the first advertisement for Project 121, I didn’t know what it was about. I saw the second one and I still didn’t understand. So I looked it up on their website. It was then very clear: THEY SIMPLY NEED OUR HELP! So I thought I would help spread the word and hopefully gain some needed outreach into my network here. We are in an unprecedented time where people are seriously being called upon to help others in need. Furry or otherwise. Lend a hand and support this wonderful place.

Love your pets, love your life – Lisa LaTourette




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