Phoenix Police were called to a overpass on the 51 late at night this last week.
When the officer arrived it was obvious a homeless man was trying to catch a tiny white kitten he had come upon. With the officers help they were able to safely catch the little girl before anything horrible happened. The officer stated that " there was no way she made it there on her own ... she was left there".
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Glendale, Arizona, December 1, 2011 — The fetch Foundation and Peoria Fire Department will sponsor an elite Urban Search and Rescue K-9 workshop held at Glendale Regional Public Safety Training Facility December 2nd and 3rd, 2011.
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Scottsdale, Arizona, November 29, 2011 — The fetch Foundation announces Tessie, the Belgian Malinois rescued from the county shelter has found a forever home. “A better home for Tessie could not have been found” shares Marie Peck, founder of The fetch Foundation. “She was adopted by a Search and Rescue (SAR) family that already has 1 Search and Rescue dog.”
A K9 evaluation performed by Marie Peck, determined that Tessie had a natural scent ability that could not be ignored. “Tessie will be part of a Search and Rescue Team and her partner will be a veterinarian!” Marie shares “This is a special breed that needs a job, I am happy that Tessie will be able to fulfill her potential. She has very sharp scent skills that will be cultivated by this special family.”