A Non-Profit 501 (C) (3) Association
Our group does not have a physical location. The animals we have rescued are being cared for by foster families in their homes. Most of our group members and volunteers live in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.
Fostering involves caring for animals in your home until a suitable permanent home can be found for them. Fostering provides animals with a loving, safe environment while they are at a transition period in their lives. Foster families generally provide food for any animals in their care while medical expenses are covered by the rescue group.The length of time an animal is in foster care depends on many factors and can be anything from a few days to a few months. Rescue groups are always in need of foster homes as they can only save an animal from a shelter if a foster home is available.
We have several animals who are in foster care with volunteers in our group. We also work with various shelters and other rescue groups which have animals available for adoption. These animals are posted on our Petfinder page and on Facebook.
The attached link provides many useful tips on what to do if you find a stray animal.
With an increasing number of animals arriving daily in shelters, the chances of your pet being adopted by 'the perfect family' are greatly reduced. If you surrender your pet to a shelter, the chances are high that another animal who has been there for some time may be euthanized due to lack of space. The following link provides ideas on how you can lower some of the costs involved in owning a pet so you can continue to treasure your furry friend for many years to come.
Still have questions? Please contact us at the e-mail address below.We look forward to hearing from you.
The Animal Advocates of North Texas is designated an unincorporated nonprofit association created under the laws of the State of Texas, in accordance with Chapter 252 of the Texas Business Organizations Code. EIN# 26-3789328
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