Humane Society of North Texas
Rating: 4.47 stars 15 15 reviews
1840 East Lancaster Fort Worth TX 76103 USA
In accordance to our mission, we promote kindness, justice and mercy to every living creature.
Soon to open a new lifesaving third satellite adoption center to be located at 9009 Benbrook Blvd!
Adoptions Humane Investigations Animal Surrender/Admission Emergency Rescue (K911) Spay & Neuter Program Lost & Found Animal Education
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2 people found this review helpful
HSNT has dedicated employees and staff who work hard every day to help adoptable animals find forever homes. As a new foster parent for a litter of kittens, I see how supportive the staff is saving every precious animal life. HSNT provides many times of services at low-cost for the betterment of the animals in the community.
3 people found this review helpful
I first served as a volunteer, and after several years walking dogs and working at off-site adoption sites, I became a board member. This organization is not without its faults, but most of those faults stem from too much work to do and not enough resources to do it..a failing of many non-profits. The people here care so much about the animals whom they aim to protect. The group is called out time and again when other agencies say no because of lack of resources. The Humane Society of North Texas does an amazing amount work with limited resources, and the people and staff that support HSNT are the reason HSNT is able to do so much with so little. It is grueling work with very little downtime. HSNT remains dedicated to their open door policy when other shelters have gone to a reservation-only system, leaving many animals stranded and on the streets. HSNT will continue to work tirelessly to find good homes for animals and to treat all animals with dignity and respect.
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