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Austin Pets Alive! needs adopters, donations, & fosters after taking in 30 cats from hoarding case
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American Pets Alive! is proud to announce that they will be hosting the fourth annual American Pets Alive! No-Kill Conference the weekend of February 22-24 at the historic InterContinental Stephen F. Austin hotel in downtown…
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An Austin Pets Alive! foster writes about her harder to place turned hospice foster. "On paper and in the shelter, Plex may have seemed like an absolutely “unadoptable” dog; but in a real home, he… Be sure to post on Craigslist San Marcos and Craigslist Austin in two sections: Pets and Lost&Found
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Photo provided by FlickrAustin Pets Alive! has saved more than 40,000 cats and dogs from euthanasia and continue to rise.
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Surrendering your pet to the shelter should be your last resort. With more than 18,000 coming through our doors each year, the shelter is at or near capacity on a daily basis. We need your help to keep animals out of the shelter and in homes. We only accept pets from Travis County and the City of Austin.Austin Dog Rescue's mission is to end the cycle of homeless animals by saving dogs from Central Texas Shelter that have no hope of a better life, encouraging our community to spay and neuter their pets, and providing education and resources to help pets live a long and healthy life. Austin Dog Rescue is an all-volunteer foster home based 501c3 non-profit. .As the pet's current owner, you are in a better position to find a new home or your pet because you know them best. Please use this document to interview potential new families for your pet.To get immediate help finding your pet, share your story (with photos) in and it will automatically appear here. Want to help finding lost pets? today! Know someone searching for their pet in Austin? Share this page with them by clicking the button below. Meanwhile, .PET-Austin had a great 2015. By the end of December we constructed 98 PET carts. We sent 9 carts to PET-Penney Farms to be included in a shipment to Sierra Leone. With the help of PET-San Antonio, PET- Brazos Valley, PET-Memphis and PET-Columbia we sent a container of 155 PET carts to Guinea Bissau. We also started a relationship with Mission of Hope Haiti and sent 2 PET carts with them in December.
From a donation standpoint, we started the year getting ready for the Amplify Austin Giving campaign. On the 'Day of Giving' we received over $9500.00. Bethany United Methodist Church participated in the eighth annual "Lenten Challenge" and the congregation donated the funds to build 40 PET carts, one for each day of Lent. With these and additional gifts and memorials, we received almost $50,000 into our operating budget and added almost $35,000 to our capital building fund.
Our volunteers at the PET-TyRex shop participated in the Round Rock 4th of July Parade and had a great time. We also were the featured charity at the Round Rock Express ball game on July 5th.
The real big event for us was hosting the Annual PET Conference. We would like to offer a big thank you to Bethany United Methodist Church for allowing us to utilize the church facility for this 3 day event in September. Over 75 people representing 15 of the 21 US PET shops, the PET-Zambia shop and many of our distribution partners were in attendance. The president of the National United Methodist Men's Organization was also present to report on their official partnership with PET-International.
Overall PET in general and PET-Austin specifically has been blessed and we are looking forward to an even greater 2016.While several resources were going into prevention and reducing intake, there was no effort to increase live outcomes from the shelter. Austin Pets Alive! saw that gap and created programs to save the key demographics of pets that hadn’t been making it out of our municipal shelter alive. These key groups of animals included puppies with parvovirus, unweaned kittens, cats with ringworm, dogs and cats in need of additional behavioral support and/or additional medical attention.