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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals

Mission: To minimize the overpopulation of unwanted dogs and cats in the Hill Country area by providing affordable spay/neuter and preventive care services.

Target demographics: eliminate the overpopulation of unwanted dogs and cats by offering affordable spay/neuter services to the public.

Programs: Spay/neuter surgeries

Community Stories

6 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

1

Client Served

Rating: 5

I moved to a small town nearby and had no place with reasonable prices to alter stray/feral cats and kittens. It was a relief to have located this organization through San Antonio Feral Cat Coalition. They accepted 2 of my recent captures and did an excellent job with the surgery. A definite recommendation.

Hilary10

Volunteer

Rating: 5

This place is a God send to me! I rescue, spay and neuter and honestly it could not be done without them. They are all sooooo nice and personal with me, I just can't say enough! Love HCAL!!!!

Client Served

Rating: 5

Hill Country Animal League is a lifesaver, literally! They have siaved thousands of lives. I work at UTSA and we have a feral cat group on campus. We are so thankful for the services of Hill Country Animal League. THANK YOU!

1

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

My experiences with this Nonprofit organization have always been top shelf. Joellen sounds a lot more like a disgruntled former employee than a member of the general public...don't let a hater mislead you about the good works and deeds this organization does in support of animal welfare and the Texas Hill Country in general.

Review from Guidestar

General Member of the Public

Rating: 1

This clinic is more interested in it being a social gathering place than actually spaying and neutering the animals. They have run off all of the good help and have hired people who actually put the animals welafe in jeporady. They can't even keep enough supplies on hand to operate their daily business. After discussing the issues involved I was asked not to come back. I have heard also that they just quit from being a memebers board to just a board of directors without a quorum vote from the membership so I am not too sure they are following their basic mission statement.

Review from Guidestar

Board Member

Rating: 4

Please read my review under Hill Country Animal League Foundation. I inadvertently posted there but my review was for the League's operating organization that oversees the spay/neuterclinic and Rummage store. The HCAL Foundation is set up to insure that Hill Country Animal League will exist in perpetuity, but, as such, it is a paper entity.