Saving At Risk Animals

A 501(c)3 cat rescue based in Tucson, AZ

Who We Are and What We Do

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Founded in summer  2012, Saving At Risk Animals is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization located in Tucson, Arizona that works closely with Pima Animal Care Center to save sick, injured, or orphaned cats and kittens at risk of euthanasia.

Our cats are placed solely in foster homes — we have no central shelter — so all of our rescues get one-on-one medical care and socialization. Because our cats are in foster homes, we get to know their personalities well, so if you’re looking for a specific type of cat (lap cat, independent, etc.) let us know and we’ll find you a match!

Adoption process includes an application and conversation, meet and greet and a home visit. Criteria will vary based on the specific needs and personalities of the individual cats. Adoption fee of $99 for cats and $130 for kittens covers spay/neuter, microchip, testing for feline leukemia/FIV, vaccinations (rabies and FVRCP), certificate for free veterinary wellness exam, adoption care packet, cat care/training DVD and follow-up support.

Financial donations can be made through PayPal to or checks may be mailed to P.O. Box 17912, Tucson, AZ 85731 (payable to Saving At Risk Animals) or use the provided link in the “Your Donation to SARA” section.

Have questions for SARA? Contact us today (520) 869 5705 or


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