Texas Animal Guardians is not a shelter
Texas Animal Guardians is an all-volunteer organization geared to reducing the suffering and certain death of shelter animals. We remove "at risk" dogs, puppies, cats and kittens from over-crowded shelters, take responsibility for their medical care, provide foster homes and adopt them out to responsible, loving pet parents. We have limited resources, foster homes and volunteers. Therefore, we are not able to help out with taking animals from the public. Thank you for your understanding. If you can provide support in the form of a donation, providing a foster home, or volunteering at adoption events and the cat adoption center in the Petsmart store please let us know.
Found a stray?
Take pets to a vet to have it scanned for a microchip. If it has a chip then contact any national chip registry for help in reuniting the pet with its owner. If the animal has no ID tag or microchip, its best chance of being reunited with its owner is generally at an animal shelter. The shelter is the one obvious place where owners are likely to look for lost pets. Contact your local humane society or animal shelter for help with this. Your local animal shelter is the best way to reunite owners and lost pets.Texas Animal Guardians is not a shelter, does not have a facility and can not receive strays from the public.
Lost a pet?
Please submit a lost/found report to your local shelter include any identifying items such as tags and/or microchip number, contact your local veterinarians, contact your online microchip registry, and online missing pet companies. Post lost pet posters within your area, distribute flyers to neighbors, enlist the help of neighbors to keep an eye out for your lost pet.
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