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Mar 25, 2020

APA!’s Barn Cat Program Provides You With Your Favorite Whiskered Workers

Some cats prefer mice-hunting to bird-watching, and some prefer laying in grass to sitting on laps. Here at APA!, we believe that barn cats still deserve a chance to live happy and healthy.

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Jan 10, 2020

Miss Ivy Heals Hearts

Leeann was looking for a special soul to fill the void of the passing of her beloved Lucy – which is exactly what Miss Ivy did.

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Dec 27, 2019

Our Dash West To Save Nellie

Once an APA! family member always an APA! family member. We never turn our backs on our animals, so we knew we had to get our girl back to safety and ...

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Dec 23, 2019

Possum Needed Her Most

Possum was suffering from a severe case of ringworm. Despite nearly being completely bald in some spots, Jessica knew she had to give him a chance.

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Dec 12, 2019

Levi Needs You Most

December 6, 2019, the day Leviathan’s life would have come to a tragic end if APA! wasn’t there to step in.

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Nov 27, 2019

An Interview with Pete Paxton, Author of Rescue Dogs

Pete Paxton (a pseudonym) is one of America's leading animal welfare undercover investigators who’s dedicated his life to shedding light on why the “a...

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Nov 14, 2019

Finding Our Cats Their Purrfect Match

The Cat Matchmaker Program began to help get harder to adopt or long-stay cats into homes. The mission of the program is to provide great customer ser...

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Nov 11, 2019

Strength and Perseverance: An Update on the Orphaned Luling Kittens

CONTENT WARNING: Some may find the following content unsettling. After it was made clear that many individuals took a great interest in Pumpkin, Puddi...

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Nov 08, 2019

Here's to APA!'s Platinum Volunteers

This week, Austin Pets Alive! celebrates our Platinum Volunteers! These volunteers represent the more than 200 people who have given over, and in many...

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