Furever Families

Pawsitivity Rescue aims to match animals to their perfect forever homes. These forever homes have gone through an application process and home check to ensure the safety and well being of their new family members. Please see below to meet the animals and families that have been matched up and are now enjoying their new lives together! 

If you are interested in adopting your own new friend, please visit our adoption page or contact Pawsitivity Rescue.

Cara was rescued from the East Valley Animal Shelter in August 2018. When we first rescued her, she was a misunderstood girl who was a puppy in a giant dog’s body! Since being rescued, she has come a long way and learns new and improved skills every day!

Cara’s foster family fell in love with her so they decided to adopt her for themselves! Cara has a massive backyard to play in and gets to go on adventures with her family all the time! She even has a little boy to grow up with. Aaron, Stephanie, and Mason will show her a great life!

Arya was found on the streets as a one week old kitten and was the only survivor of all her siblings! She was a bottle fed kitten who got lots of love after her harsh beginnings. She is the bravest kitty of them all and always puts a smile on everyone’s faces who meet her. Arya has so much personality and can always be found doing something surprising. 

Arya was adopted into a home with another cat she can play with and a little boy to show her all the love in the world. She won the furever family jackpot with this kitty loving family! 

Brinks was rescued from the San Bernardino County Animal Shelter in June 2018. When we first rescued him, he was severely malnourished. Since then, he has become the appropriate weight, eats all of his healthy food, and has shine to his coat! Brinks is so loyal and bonds very strongly to his people, and always wears a smile.

Brinks was adopted into a wonderful home with Marie, her husband, and their three dogs that are all the same in their capabilities. He has a large backyard to explore at his leisure and a safe and quiet home to spend time with his new family in. We are so excited for Brinks’ happy ending. 

Annie and Andy were rescued from the East Valley Animal Shelter in June 2018. When we first got them, they were afraid to do anything and had to be at each other’s sides. Since then, they have blossomed into the biggest love bugs who excel in all types of situations. They are both very submissive and get along with people, kids, big dogs, small dogs, and cats. Annie and Andy are house trained, crate trained, and know basic commands. Above all else, they are the sweetest dogs who want nothing more than to cuddle with their owners and with each other. 

Annie and Andy were adopted together by the most amazing family! Mike, Jessica, their two sons, and their two little dogs are the perfect family for these two special dogs. They will give them exactly the life they deserve to have!