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
Grant Writing
Transporting Animals to

Events or Vet Appts.
Transporting Food
Data Entry
and much more.
Please let us know how you'd like to help.

Thank You!!   

''Adopt your next Best Friend'

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How do I shop at AmazonSmile?
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On your first visit to AmazonSmile (, you need to select a charitable organization to receive donations from eligible purchases before you begin shopping. Hint, hint....LEAGUE OF ANIMAL PROTECTORS. 

Amazon will remember your selection, and then every eligible purchase you make at will result in a donation.

Please visit the Kroger website and sign up for the Community Rewards program and add League of Animal Protectors as the organization of your choice.

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[💕] Puppies are here!! Remember Minnie? She was one of the dogs rescued from the central Texas hoarding situation. Little did we know at the time, she was soon to give birth to 7 healthy puppies! Thanks to a foster family opening up Minnie was able to give birth in a safe and quiet home. All the puppies are thriving and will soon be ready for foster to adopt homes. And Minnie turned out to be what we like to call a "foster fail" but really it's a "foster win". Minnie's foster family has fallen in love with her and decided she is staying put as they plan to adopt her.

[🐾] Looking for a new furry family member? We are taking applications for these pups.. each one needs a committed forever family.. fill out an application to adopt right here and let us know!

​​​​​​Come Join Us at our next event!!!

501(c)3 Non Profit Organization

LAP is a

501(c)3 Non Profit Organization


And they're here! 5 beautiful babies!

Visit us on facebook!


This sweet young kitty was found wandering around at Lone Star Park.

The only sure Bet is that she is very pregnant!

She will be having her babies any day.  She is now safe, but her foster home is temporary. 

If anyone can volunteer to foster Mama cat and kittens, please contact us as soon as possible. 

When these kitties are old enough to be spayed or neutered, they will be up for adoption, so please stay tuned to their progress. 

Thank you to everyone who donated to LAP during North Texas Giving Day. With your help, we're able to take care of many more animals in need. 

Please visit the Tom Thumb website and sign up for the Good Neighbor program and add League of Animal Protectors as the organization of your choice.

To make a donation or to pay an adoption fee,

please use this button. 

Thank you!!

501(c)3 Non Profit Organization

These are some very strange times we're living in right now...

There have been so many changes in just a few months. Some scary news, lots of medical heros and a lot of confusion about what the next day will bring. 

The one constant in this time is our pets. I know that I am very thankful to have them in my life every day and right now, they are especially important. They don't know what a pandemic is. They don't worry about the elderly or sick, aren't concerned for their job and worried about feeding their family.

They still have a regular feeding  schedule, need to be walked or let out to potty or need a litterbox scooped. They may have a medicine routine. They need us to stay on top of things and not miss heartworm preventative or other meds.  They need us to spend this extra time with them and take good care of them because they are our best friends, best baby sitters, best cuddle buddies. They don't ask for much but give us so much in return. So give your babies a hug and take extra good care of each other right now. And if you have room for a new friend, please think of adopting.

League of Animal Protectors wishes you and yours good health and we'll get through this with a little help.  

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering

or fill out a

Foster Application

Thank you for making a difference in a pet's life!