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Animal Defense League of TexasAnimal Defense League of Texas
Chartered in 1934, the Animal Defense League is a no-kill, non profit organization dedicted to enhancing the quality of life for abandoned and abused dogs and cats by providing shelter, medical care, food and safety. While maintaining a healthy and l... Read more
Chartered in 1934, the Animal Defense League is a no-kill, non profit organization dedicted to enhancing the quality of life for abandoned and abused dogs and cats by providing shelter, medical care, food and safety. While maintaining a healthy and loving facility, the League consistently works to find the best possible home for each residential animal.
Supported by contributions and directed by a volunteer board, the League provides programs and services which strengthen the bond between animals and people. Through grassroots advocacy, education, legal intervention and rescue, the organization is the leading voice for dogs and cats in crisis.
Adoption of homeless cats and dogs.
Cattery without cages concept with community living.
Spay and Neuter program - low income
Only area ambulance for picking up injured stray animals.
Full time veterinary staff
Humane education program
Pet therapy program to nursing homes.
Foster program for underage and injured abandoned animals.
by Sarah E. from San Antonio, TX
I watched the Animal Defense League expose on Fox News on Tuesday night. I was really concerned, so I watched it again on KABB's website. Oh my goodness. Some of the things that had just flew by me during newscast - "They don't put down animals with medical problems as a COMMON practice" What? Does that mean that occasionally animals that can be saved aren't? Mr Aaron sent a letter to Fox stating that the 80 animals that were put down only had the flu - something that's easily treatable? They killed cats just because they had Leukemia?
That volunteer said that he (or she?) had to quit going because of ANIMAL ABUSE? I'm really scared for the animals.
Fox did a great job in exposing these people, but I'm really hoping that a more thorough investigation can be done.
Please see ADL controvery Nov 25 2008 at http://kabb.com/vod/videoplayer.shtml