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Michael Morefield
11 August 2016
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Honey - Terrified at a Truck stop to pampered in a home

After living for a year in a field next to a truck stop and spending days searching for food and water, Honey just wanted a home. One day, she made a friend in a kind hearted woman named Bessie, who spent a month gaining Honey’s trust. Bessie knew she couldn’t keep Honey, but she knew of the Arizona Animal Welfare League and she knew Honey deserved a better life than scraping by in a dirt lot. Bessie convinced Honey to go for a car ride, and brought her to us, ready to start her new life. Something was wrong with Honey, though; she had become lethargic and weak.



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Education Team
18 May 2016
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Education Team
16 December 2015
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AAWL
20 August 2015
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Black cat adoption deals in Phoenix: They're not bad luck

If you’re in the market for a new best friend — or pair of new best friends — the Arizona Animal Welfare League is running a deal for adoptions.

As part of their “Me and My Shadow” program, the Arizona Animal Welfare League and SPCA are trying to de-stigmatize black cats:



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AAWL
20 August 2015
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AAWL
17 August 2015
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AAWL
2 July 2015
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AAWL
9 June 2015
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AAWL
29 May 2015
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Raising Kids Arizona Magazine Highlights AAWL Kids Camp

Kamran Darnall-Hirani (8) gets face-to-face with a ferret.

I have always loved animals. I remember spending hours during summer break giving my stuffed animals “check-ups” and wrapping their “injuries” in Ace bandages.

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