Tuesday's Tail - Meet Ceazer! - Tucson News Now

Tuesday's Tail - Meet Ceazer!

(Source: Pima Animal Care Center) (Source: Pima Animal Care Center)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

We've got a super cute tail in our studio today...

Meet Ceazer! He's a 10-year-old Pit Bull mix who is both a staff and volunteer favorite. 

Ceazer spends most of his time being popular in the licensing office. He's a fun-loving, energetic and affectionate boy who loves squeaky toys, tennis balls and attention. 

He is housebroken, and would do best on his own. 

Because he has been waiting at Pima Animal Care Center for more than a month, he is eligible for a free adoption. 

This includes a microchip, all of his shots and a free vet visit. A $17 licensing fee applies. 

Last week’s Tuesday’s Tails, an adorable pair named Tiffany and Little T, were adopted.

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