This is a very touching video of a woman who went out of her way to save a horse she saw was in distress. Remember, we all have the ability and responsibility to save animals in need! Please click this link for the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nuw1oolhqcU For the full story click on this link: http://bit.ly/1NBktlmAZDailySun
Remember, all we have to do is make a call when we see an animal in distress.
You can even remain anonymous...
• Pima Animal Care Center 520-243-5900 Ext #3 (For tie-out and other neglect violations) Pima County Sheriff's Department 520-351-4900
• Tucson Police Department 520-791-4444 For crimes against animals that take place in Pima County.
• Pima County Attorney's Office 520-882-7463
• 88-CRIME 520-882-7463
• Arizona Department of Livestock 800-294-0305
• Arizona Game & Fish Department 520-628-5376 For emergencies related to wild animals, illegal hunting or trapping, etc.
• Animal Cruelty Task Force Message Line 520-547-0260 Humane Society of Southern Arizona
Remember, in Arizona, "Animal Cruelty" is defined under ARS 13-2910 as knowingly, willingly, or recklessly causing injury to any animal, denying veterinary/medical care to any animal, or not providing FOOD, WATER, or SHELTER to an animal under a person's care. Leaving an animal inside a vehicle where the conditions are such that the animal can be injured or die; whether through HEAT or COLD is also considered Animal Cruelty!