Southern Animal Rescue Association Sara Sanctuary
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 618
P O Box 813 Seguin TX 78156 USA
SARA provides over 700 homeless companion and factory farm animals with food, shelter, love and life in a permanent, safe, and healthy environment, despite special health needs or temperament. We seek loving adoptive homes for our animals, but when adoption is impossible, the animals live the rest of their natural lives at the sanctuary in the company of other animals and human caregivers. We are dedicated to responsible pet ownership, public educational endeavors, and spay/neuter programs with the goal of promoting no-kill across the country.
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I have fostered and then adopted two dogs from SARA. They were both taken in by SARA in September 2009 in horrible shape: heartworm-positive, bald from mange, had a flea/tick infestation, malnourished and very physically abused. SARA treated them for mange, got rid of the ticks, and started rehabilitating them. By the time i took them on as fosters in January, they had both put on a great deal of weight and were well on the road to recovery. The work they do there is never-ending and the results are truly beautiful. Best 2 dogs I've ever been gifted to have. Great job for all the tireless work Tracy Frank and the volunteers put into the sanctuary!
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
watching the tireless work they do to rescue/rehabilitate animals in the local community and involve people in the volunteer and education process of bringing the animal abuse/neglect numbers down.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
full of energy and optimism.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
change the face of the animal neglect issues facing San Antonio and South Texas.
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About every week
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