AURORAS Animal Rescue
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AURORAS will have adorable adoptables at the League City Petco on weekends. Our greatest need is for Foster Homes and Donations. If you can Foster one of our rescues, please contact us via e-mail, click on a Petfinder pet or in person. And LIKE Auroras on Facebook!
These are facts that hopefully will encourage individuals to SPAY OR NEUTER their pets and keep their vaccinations up-to-date:
Thanks to pet owners across the United States complying with animal vaccination requirements, immunization has helped control the spread of rabies and has kept the general human and pet population relatively rabies-free.
One female cat = 420,000 kittens over 7 years. Also, 36-60% of unaltered pet cats stray within 3 years.
In 6 years, one female dog and offspring can equal 67,000 puppies.
Unaltered 'naturally breeding' cats are at greater risk of FeLV, FIV and other infections spread by biting and fighting. Neutering reduces fighting and eliminates mating, and reduces the risk of FeLV/FIV.
Unaltered females have increased risk of cystic ovaries, pyometria, and mammary tumors and may die as result of kittening.
An estimated 5 million cats and dogs are killed in shelters each year! That's one about every 6 seconds.
PLEASE BE A RESPONSIBLE PET OWNER AND HAVE YOUR PETS SPAYED OR NEUTERED. Encourage friends and relatives to do the same. Taking in a pet is a lifetime commitment.
Note : At this time, AURORAS is currently not able to accept any animals unless they will be cared for by a foster family. We do not have a shelter; instead, all our animals are kept in foster homes until they are adopted.
There are so many WAYS to Help these Animals:
* Become a FOSTER and helping save a life.
* Become a VOLUNTEER and help that way.
* CLICK THE PAYPAL BUTTON BELOW.
* DONATION IN PERSON at Petco
Donations are tax-deductible.
WHO WE ARE-AURORAS
AURORAS (Animals United Rescue Organization for Rehabilitation and Adoption Services) is a 501(c)(3), Non-Profit, No-Kill animal rescue organization. We are dedicated to the principle of rescuing stray, unwanted, abused, and lost animals (cats and dogs) for the purpose of rehabilitation and recycling through regular adoption efforts. In addition, AURORAS believes community education is necessary to inform the public of the importance of spaying and neutering pets. Spaying and neutering is essential in order to reduce the growing number of rescue animals each year. AURORAS is an all volunteer organization and has no paid employees. As the name of the organization suggests, we are committed to the Dawn of a New Beginning for All Animals.
Please consider making a donation by sending a check to the address listed below, OR clicking on the PayPal button-- $40 pays to neuter a male or $55 pays to spay a female. You can also GIVE by clicking the iGive button (or link) and do some shopping for a great cause...
ADOPTING a FRIEND
As a rule, AURORAS does not adopt beyond a 50 mile radius
Pets must be returned to AURORAS if owner cannot keep them
Veterinary references will be discussed
If renting, adoption applicant must provide rental deposit proof
* Cats *
Cat adoption fees start at $50.00 but may be reduced.
Certain cat pairs can be adopted at a discounted price for both
Must be kept indoors
Declawing is not accepted
Dog adoption fees start at $125
Applicant must have a fenced backyard
Home visit is required on all adoptions
Included in all adoptions is a Petco coupon book .
Our volunteers will help you choose a pet that is right for your situation, and you will be asked to complete our adoption questionnaire/form, which we will review and discuss with you prior to finalizing the adoption. The adoption fees are used to offset veterinary expenses.
Come Visit Us...
We are currently doing mobile adoptions at the PETCO store in the Bay Colony shopping center in League City, TX on wkends, from 12-4 pm.
||We use Patented Kuranda Dog Beds because they are durable, chew proof and easy to clean. If you would like to donate a bed to us, click here.|
P.O. Box 834
Santa Fe,TX 77517
Click here for a list of pets at this shelter
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