Prior to 2008, the year APA! started rescuing and adopting cats and dogs, half of the animals entering the city’s shelter (14,000) were euthanized each year.
- March 8-9
- (9AM-5PM): GoBank #PuppyHour at SXSW
- March 30
- (12PM): Wagathon Walkathon
- April 12
- (6:30PM): The Magic of Morocco
Brazoria was sick with Parvo, a highly contagious disease that means certain euthanasia in most shelters. Austin Pets Alive saves 6,000 animals a year with varying death sentences. Hear one girl's story.
from the blog
Quickie needs your help quickly!
Quickie is a 8 month old, DHS, female cat that has had on-going medical issues. Quickie started having seizures a few months Read more »
Brodie is an affectionate, super loyal boy who's looking for that special person he can love and protect. Read more »
APA! Launches Canine Good Ctitizen Program
Created by the American Kennel Club, our newest program is training and certifying adoptable dogs for everything from sit, to pleasantly meeting other dogs along the trail. Read more »
Austin Subaru presents 4th annual event
Join us for a 2+ mile walk around the Hill Country Galleria with the favorite member of your family. Read more »
Saturday, March 22nd 10:00am
Town Lake Animal Center
We can't do it without YOU!
Volunteering with Austin Pets Alive! can be as easy as standing under a tent at some of Austin's coolest hang-outs. Read more »
Ground-breaking Parvo ICU leads the nation with a new way to think about rescuing
APA! is proud to announce we saved over 3000 cats and dogs from TLAC's euthanasia list in 2010. Read more »
Help a special needs pet today
APA! saves many animals that need special treatment for medical conditions. Read more »
Ileana is a sweet, mellow girl who enjoys lounging around and cruising for affection. Is she your purr-fect match? Read more »