Pima Paws for Life, which is dedicated to helping animals find homes, has hit tough financial times and is in danger of closing.
The shelter, at 2509-2 W. Zinnia Ave., takes in as many animals as possible, pledging to get them to care for them for as long as it takes until they're adopted.
The shelter helps animals in need of intense medical care, rehabilitating them so they can make good pets. Animals aren't euthanized unless there is no hope of survival.
KGUN9 Chief Meteorologist Erin Christiansen will deliver live forecasts at the shelter at 5 and 6 p.m. Monday night.
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