P.O. Box 1335, Queen Creek, AZ 85142

info@gratefulheartsrescue.org

P.O. Box 1335, Queen Creek, AZ 85142

info@gratefulheartsrescue.org

Frequently Asked Questions

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ADOPTION

FOSTER/VOLUNTEER

General FAQ

Our rescues mailing address is P.O. Box 1335, Queen Creek, AZ 85142.
A lot of our cats are housed with fosters. We also have two adoption centers that we are partnering with: PetSmart, 1733 S. Stapley Dr, Mesa, AZ 85204, & PetSmart, 1858 S. Signal Butte Rd., Mesa, AZ, 85209.

You can reach out to us anytime through our website or email. We are actively available between 9am to 5pm.

Our adoption centers are PetSmart, 1733 S. Stapley Dr, Mesa, AZ 85204, & PetSmart, 1858 S. Signal Butte Rd., Mesa, AZ, 85209.

You can reach out to us at info@gratefulheartsrescue.org
We will respond as soon as pawsible! We will do our best to answer all your questions.

Yes there’s a pet licensing fee of $__ for pet adoptions for residents living in Phoenix, Arizona.

Grateful Hearts Rescue does not place a hold on specific pets. Adoptions for qualified candidates are on a first-come, first-servce basis.

Grateful Hearts Rescue does not place a hold on specific pets. Adoptions for qualified candidates are on a first-come, first-servce basis.

If you are not sure about a a permanent adoption and longterm commitment, you can start as a foster and become an adopter later on if you change your mind. Fosters care for cats and kittens on a temporary basis until they are adopted.

We’ll cover all required vaccines and medical care (restrictions may apply) for your pet during the foster period.

T.N.R. stands for Trap, Neuter, Release which is a program in which we humanely capture feral cats (stray cat) then neuter and releaes them back into the environment in which they are most comfortable. This is important because it stops the breeding cycle of cats & therefore improves their lives while preventing preventing reproduction. The TNR practice helps reduce the amount of strays over time.

We appreciate our sponsors! To become a sponsor reach out to us via email info@gratefulheartsrescue.org. We will get back to you promptly!

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