Discover Austin Pets Alive! behind the scenes – including impact stories from our community, APA! happenings, and letters from Dr. Jefferson.

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Feb 24, 2021

COLD WEATHER BLAST - What We Need and How We Can Help

Find out what we currently need and how we're helping our community during this cold snap.

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Feb 07, 2019

#AmplifyLifesaving for Animals Like Martha

Martha’s story is one of true resilience and inspiration. A good Samaritan noticed that this sweet girl had been tied in front of a storefront for day...

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Dec 27, 2018

Dash with Dane During Our $60K for 60,000 Lives Dollar Dash!

Dane is the perfect example of the amazing things that happen at Austin Pets Alive! each and every day when animals are given a chance that they don’t...

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Dec 24, 2018

#BecauseOfYou: Fancy, Jacki and a Third Chance at Life

After Jacki had to say goodbye to her beloved APA! Alum Helena, she was completely devastated. Despite being unsure whether she had more love to give,...

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Dec 22, 2018

#BecauseOfYou: Meet Laura and Hamilton

Last summer, Hamilton and Laura’s lives changed forever, because of you. At two weeks old, Hamilton’s three sisters and brother arrived at Austin Anim...

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Dec 20, 2018

Give Animals – like Jolly – a Chance at Life!

At Austin Pets Alive!, we’re given the opportunity to see so many beloved animals have a second, and at times a third, chance at life and love. Despit...

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Dec 11, 2018

#BecauseOfYou: Ethel, Mieke, and a Year of Lifesaving

Meike is an Austin Pets Alive! volunteer who fell in love with a courageous senior cat called Ethel this year. And while Ethel’s story starts out on a...

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Dec 10, 2018

#BecauseOfYou: Over 60,000 Lives Saved!

This year, Austin Pets Alive! celebrated our 10th anniversary as a rescue organization, and over 60,000 lives saved! In addition to this incredible mi...

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Dec 03, 2018

#BecauseOfYou: A Letter from Dr. Ellen Jefferson

It’s hard to believe another calendar year has nearly come and gone – but when I look back on where we stood coming into 2018, it becomes harder

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