The 5th Annual Strikes For Strays event was a
big success! A great time was had by all and money
was raised for animals in need.
Thank you to everyone who participated, volunteered and donated.
You all make this an extra special event.
Special thanks to J'Anna Mann and David Arnold for organizing this event for the past 5 years!
Sweet Goldie was brought to a vet by her former "owners" to be euthanized due to an ear infection!
Luckily LAP was able to help and Goldie was placed into a foster home. LAP provided thorough vet care, and we soon found out Goldie had thyroid problem, solved with medication.
After several months in a foster home Goldie was able to losethe extra weight.
Goldie has been ADOPTED and
has found her forever home!
Buddy is an energetic pointer mix searching for his forever family! Buddy was abandoned by his previous owner on the side of a busy road. Buddy waited there for weeks but no one came back for him. He was taken in by a Good Samaritan and they contacted LAP. Buddy was severely malnourished.
Buddy had spent a lot of time on his own and we realized he could benefit from obedience training. Now he has almost graduated from that program! He is obedient and eager to please. He needs a foster or adopter family willing to work with him on his new commands and skills so they stay fresh. He is an amazing dog that has come such a long way. Buddy would do best in an active home and he does great with kids. Please contact LAP today if you're interested in meeting this handsome guy!
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LAP IS A 501(c)(3) NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION
We have many volunteer opportunities.
Our most pressing need is
The foster home is the important bridge
to the pet's permanent home.
There are never enough fosters for all the
needy animals we want to help.
If you have space in your heart, home
and time to foster a cat, dog, kitten or puppy,
please contact LAP or fill out our
online foster application.
Here are some other ways to volunteer with
League of Animal Protectors
Helping at Events
Transporting Animals to
Events or Vet Appts.
and much more.
Please let us know how you'd like to help.
In 2015, LAP rescued and found
new homes for over 100 cats and dogs
and helped many more
pets in need of medical care.
Fun adoption events and fundraisers are held
during the year with help from our friends at
HALF PRICE BOOKS, LEE HARVEY'S BAR,
PET SUPPLIES PLUS,
PETCO, PLANO SUPER BOWL and more.
We continue to help more animals with
the support of our sponsors and with
We hope to continue to find many
more volunteers so we can make
each year more successful.
'Fighting for North Texas Animals'
'Buddy' Needs a Foster Home
or even better- A Forever Home
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Click on this photo and see how these 4th Graders helped this injured dog!
Thank you to all our wonderful sponsors!
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Torrie is a fully declawed sweetheart that was found abandoned, fending for herself and shivering in cold rain. She only weighed 3 pounds, was starving, and was so weak the vet was amazed she was still alive.
She began recovering nicely in a foster home, but she had a hidden infection, (probably from her time on the street)
that caused her to suddenly go blind.
The medicine to treat the infection is very expensive - but it’s working -- her eyes are already starting to clear! Torrie will see again! Your donations will help us pay for Torrie’s care and will literally give her her eyesight back.