A Non-Profit 501 (C) (3) Association
As another year draws to a close we reflect on the many animals who have touched our lives over the past 12 months. Many of these animals would not have been given a second chance if we had not stepped in and turned their lives around. We were able to do this thanks to people like you who share our passion for animals and are willing to get involved.
As local shelters are generally unable to care for sick or injured animals, AANT has rescued many cats and dogs who have been dumped, lost or thrown away by society. In certain cases we were given less than 24 hours to find a solution. From sick kittens and pregnant cats to injured and heartworm positive dogs, we offered many animals a new beginning, starting with a caring foster family and ending with a loving, forever home.
We could not have done this without the support of our volunteers who never cease to amaze us with their generosity and willingness to help.
Thank you to everyone who volunteers at their local shelter, providing the animals with much needed stimulation and social interaction. Thank you to our many friends who network animals online, increasing their exposure and helping them find their perfect match. Thank you to our amazing foster families who care for animals until a permanent home can be found. Thank you to our transporters and those involved in event coordination. A big thank you to the local vets with whom we work on a regular basis, particularly the staff at Parkside Animal Hospital, Southlake Crossing, Creekside and Keller Town Center Animal Hospital. Your collaboration is greatly appreciated.
We would like to give a special thanks to our donors. Every donation, large or small, goes directly towards helping animals in need.
Thank you for being a part of our lives and allowing us to make a difference for those who need us most. We have compiled for your pleasure a short summary of some of the animals who have been saved thanks to your support.
Thank you again!
Fiona and Chris
Animal Advocates of North Texas
In March when a little dog named Cappy was hit by a car AANT made sure he received a
medical evaluation and
placed him in a foster home. Cappy made a full rec
overy and is one of the happiest dogs we have ever met. Last month Pixie, a sweet terrier mix, suffered a broken pelvis after being hit by a car. AANT arranged for her to receive the treatment she needed. She was placed with a foster family who fell in love and adopted her.
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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