Animal Allies of Texas is a 501(c)(3) animal advocacy/rescue organization, dedicated to improving the quality of life in our community. Our goal is to build a no-kill shelter on enough land to house not only “adoptable” animals, but “treatable” ones as well – those who need medical care or behavior modification to become adoptable. While working toward this goal, we engage in community service and humane education projects to help bring about “humanity championed by thought.” AAT relies solely on a dedicated group of volunteers to operate. If you are interested in joining us in any capacity you will find it a rewarding experience. Please view our volunteer page to find out how you can help.
North Texas Giving Day
On September 19, 2013, from 7 am to midnight, Animal Allies of Texas is participating in North Texas Giving Day. Every donation of $25.00 and above will be multiplied if you donate to us through Donor Bridge, North Texas’ online resource that connects donors with nonprofit organizations like us. Please visit the site anytime between 7 am and midnight, search for Animal Allies of Texas and click “Donate Now.” Your donation will go a long way in helping us rescue and save animals who have been abused, neglected, and/or abandoned. Read the full story for further information on giving.
AAT has taken in a black Labrador that was found with a jar on his head and may have been ‘blood bait’ in a fighting ring.
AAT gets a Storefront!
Drum roll please… AAT is now the proud occupants of a storefront! A brick and mortar place to call our own. We are tickled pink and excited at the prospects that this will open up for us. We plan on monthly low cost vaccine and micro-chip clinics, along with adoption events. We have a ‘Wish List‘ of needs, if you are able to donate any items on the list to help make our new venture a success please contact us today. Read more and get the location of the store here…
Things to consider before you adopt
Adoption is the one and only option you should consider when bringing a new furry member into your family. However, adoption is not to be taken lightly. When adopting an animal you are making a long term commitment. Adoption should never be an impulse decision, nor should it be a decision you make for someone else. Read the 21 questions you should ask yourself before committing to an adoption.