My Nonprofit Reviews
Sara Jane Howell
Review for Animal Defense League, San Antonio, TX, USA
The Animal Defense League is the best place to adopt a dog or a cat, I know this first-hand. Our family adopted a little Terrier-Mix named, "Cricket". Not only did the ADL see to it that life-saving surgeries were done to save her life but they kept her safe and loved until we came to adopt her and give her a permanent home. We love our little dog so much that we tell anyone and everyone that the Animal Defense League is the best place to go. They are located at 11300 Nacogdoches Road and are open to the public 7 days a week. The staff was not only accommodating but tended to our every need and anticipated what we didn't think of ourselves. God Bless the ADL and all it does to help San Antonio and its problems of strays and unwanted animals. They work hard to make sure that each animal is the right "new addition" to each family and go to great lengths to make sure both animal and adopted family is THE BEST! I have not only adopted an animal from the ADL but my money and in-kind donations go there as well. I have seen the "good works" and daily miracles that are performed at the ADL and know that they do all they can to help the animals that find themselves at their door. They are a non-profit and make good use of every dollar donated so that as many animals as possible can benefit from it. IF FOR ANY REASON A PERSON CANNOT ADOPT AN ANIMAL, PLEASE CONSIDER SPONSORING ONE UNTIL IT FINDS ITS PERMANENT HOME. Without help from caring people in our community willing to donate, the ADL would not be able to keep its doors open. Thank you, ADL, WE LOVE ALL THAT YOU DO!
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How did you find this group?
I heard about it through my daughter and many friends who have had great experiences with the ADL
What, if any, change in your life has this group encouraged?
They have encouraged me to take more of a lead/effort to help with the NO-KILL situation in San Antonio and to realize that without donations they would not exist. They help to educate children on how to treat an animal and they help to stop abuse. They also take animals into the lives of the elderly. There is NOTHING that the ADL cannot do and everyday, they are making miracles and saving lives!
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