Each animal costs us, on average, about $250 to spay/neuter, provide daily food, care, and shelter, and medically treat. We need your help to provide the very best care for each of the animals.
There are two ways that you can sponsor a pet through Austin Pets Alive!:
Sponsor any pet in our program: Sponsoring is easy. Just visit the list of dogs or cats, click on the animal that you would like to sponsor, and you’ll see a sponsorship form at the bottom of the page.
Sponsor an animal in our program who has extraordinary medical or behavioral expenses: See below for a list of these special sponsorship opportunities. Your donation today helps provide treatment to these and other pets in our program.
We have this very sweet guy here who does not deserve to feel the pain he has felt in his first year of life. Gronk came to us on the edge of life, suffering from the Parvo virus. When Gronk … Continue reading
Our poor boy Maxwell has a really terrible leg injury that is very simmilar to a torn ACL on a human. You may even know personally how painful this is. Well, Maxwell is very sweet and hides his pain for … Continue reading
Sweet and cuddly Zing was born with eyelid agenesis, a rare defect that can occur in other animals, but is mostly found in cats. What is eyelid agensis? Zing was born without eyelids! What a life? The fur that grows above … Continue reading
At the young age of 5, this sweet Lhasa Apso is really struggling. She has been diagnosed with a grade 4/5 heart murmur and has a constant cough that you can hear honking from several kennels away. These symptoms together can … Continue reading
Meet Little B! Little B is a 5 year old, female Terrier Mix. She has been described as a complete sweetheart and very loving! Little B is a well trained dog and loves to be around people. Unfortunately she has … Continue reading
Sadie needs YOUR help! Poor Sadie is only 1 year old and already needs knee surgery! She is a little pup, so she likely tried to jump off of something and injured her knee in the process. Poor girl! She has a … Continue reading
Boo Boo needs our help! Boo Boo is a 4yr old, 14lb chihuahua mix that came to APA through the Austin Animal Center in November of 2014. Boo Boo has been undergoing treatment for itchy skin and furloss but all … Continue reading
Isn’t Sammy handsome! Sammy is a 12 year old pure breed Himalayan cat. He found his way to APA through a rural shelter where he was going to euthanized due to space. Luckily APA was able to save Sammy! Sammy … Continue reading
Roxanne was rescued Sept 4th 2014 and was previously diagnosed with a grade 3/4 luxated patella. She is a 3rd old Pit Mix. Sadly the only fix is a surgical repair of both knees. She is a young, 3.5yr old … Continue reading
Almond was rescued in May when he was very sick with parvovirus! We rarely see dogs Almonds age with parvo (3yrs old) but unfortunately the virus does not discriminate. Lucky for Almond he is a survivor! Almond is a very sweet … Continue reading
Sasha is a 5yr old Shar-Pei Mix that was rescued March 25th, 2014. Sasha adores being around people and she will often grace her loyal fans with a head bow so she can get a nice ear rub. No one … Continue reading
Meet Deaven! Deaven is a wonderful 4yr old male pit mix. He is very friendly and loves to be around people. He was found as a stray, hit by a car, but we feel he must have had a home … Continue reading
Recently, you helped fund an important heart surgery for a playful 2-year-old pup named Anna. Anna still needs you. Her heart surgery, a PDA or Patent Ductus Arteriosus, surgery was performed on July 26th but not without complications. The surgeon … Continue reading