This young man met Speckles at an adoption day and fell in love. Now she has a boy of her own and even gets to sleep on a bed!
True Blue Animal Rescue Dogs had fun at Blinn College in Brenham during ‘Pets for Less Stress’ which is a great opportunity for the students to destress during exam week while the dogs get lots of attention and exercise
Mia was adopted by Wilbert and Irma Brown, and is thrilled to have a new family to call her own! Congratulations Mia!
This week our pet of the week is Bella 2. She is a rat terrier mix and weighs around 20 lbs. She is 4 – 5 yes old and was turned over to rescue when her owner could no longer keep her. She is doing well in the house and is crate trained too. She gets along with other dogs and cats. She’s sweet, friendly and ready to be adopted. She’d be a great addition to any family. Check out www.t-bar.org to see more pictures of Bella 2 and the other animals that are available for adoption. Contact True Blue Animal Rescue by emailing email@example.com or calling 936-878-2349 if you are interested in adopting Bella 2.
Bella is a friendly and well behaved female dog. She is crate trained and housebroken, up to date with vaccinations and is spayed. She is 5 years old so she’s past the puppy stage making her a great family pet and companion.
T-Bar has a lot of animals that are waiting for their forever home. If this pet of the week, is not the pet you are interested in, we probably have just about any pet you could want. T-BAR is a no-kill rescue. Not only do we like having our animals adopted out, we also are in dire need of foster homes. Please go to www.t-bar.organd see all the animals that deserve a second chance, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (936)878-2349 or email email@example.com and one of our volunteers will get back to you. Adoption fee includes neuter or spay, up to date vaccinations, heartworm tested if old enough or started on heartworm prevention as a puppy, deworming and a one year TBAR membership.
We would like to thank First United Methodist Church’s Youth group in Brenham for collecting donations for the animals at True Blue Animal Rescue! They thought of the horses, the dogs and some things for the office too! We especially love the painted bucket for one of our lucky rescue horses. Thank you for getting the donations to us Jennifer!
In Tiger’s Memory, Alley Cat Allies will be coming to Brenham and conducting an educational seminar with TBAR for the public. Learn about anti-cruelty laws and what you can do to get legislation to be more friendly and supportive of outdoor and feral cats!
Please share info about this event on social media and around town! We want as many people as possible (including legislators and law enforcement) to learn about how we can support outdoor cats and still have a healthy and happy community!
From the Alley Cat Allies Event Page:
Learn about anti-cruelty laws and how to do something good for cats in your community.
Join us for snacks, door prizes, and FREE cat food for the first 20 people to arrive!
Questions? Call 240-755-7045.
TBAR was in the news this week for saving some young horses from being shipped to slaughter. Click here to read the full article from KBTX.
It doesn’t stop there though. This is a call to action! We need your help!
Americans are over-breeding horses and allowing them to be tortured and shipped to Mexico to die. Over 1/3 of the equine population is shipped each year. These beautiful animals suffer in feed lots, in transport and then as they are killed. We can stop this madness. Contact your representatives and let them know that we want the Safe Act passed. As Americans it’s our right to share our view and effect changes in our laws. Animal rights people please like and share so this is heard right before you write your US representative. This is a federal bill so representatives need to be contacted in Washington DC from every state. Details on how to find who to contact are at the end of the video and on the web site. Horses are a symbol of American Freedom. Don’t let this symbol go down in this inhumane way!
Click here to find your US representative, and then email them and explain that you would like to see them support HB 1942 and why.
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Here’s Hope and her new Mom. She was rescued from a shelter with her six babies. Most of her puppies are in new homes now too! Hope’s new Mom saw her picture and fell in love. Then, when she came to meet her she knew it was meant to be! We couldn’t be happier for Hope and her new family!