Texas Animal Society rebrands name but not devoted mission
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Texas - Some of the hardest working volunteers in Montgomery County just took a step in organizing the confusion...not theirs, but the community’s confusion about the numerous organizations in the county dedicated to finding ‘fur-ever’ homes for homeless pets. The Texas Animal Society, previously called the Montgomery County Animal Society, officially changed its name to eliminate any confusion with the Montgomery County Animal Shelter and other organizations similarly named.
Although their name and domain names on the Internet and social media have changed, their mission hasn’t. Founded in 2011, Texas Animal Society (TAS) works to rescue unwanted, sick, injured, abused, and stray dogs and cats, and provide a humane livelihood for them. The scope of their mission includes:
Fostering to rehabilitate sick, injured and abandoned animals
TAS maintains that their goal is, an will remain, promoting the health and care of pets in the community through involvement, education, and prevention by spaying and neutering.
Partnering with national pet stores like PetSmart and Petco, their charitable foundations make it possible for TAS to host adoption events at their locations. A network of dedicated fosters and volunteers ensures the success of the organization, but they need more. At any time they have from 70 to 100 animals in their network, which require veterinary care and supplies. In the words of TAS, “It takes a village to save them all.”
Donations are always gratefully appreciated. A small donation of $10.00 a month will help sponsor vaccines for one animal. To make a donation, visit their website at www.texasanimalsociety.org and click on the Donation button on the horizontal toolbar. Donations may also be mailed to:
P.O. Box 130448
Spring, Texas 77393
In a previous press release Texas Animal Society said “Our humble thanks and our drive for commitment has been inspired by our supporters, our fosters, the community, the dogs and cats in need, and by your belief in us.”
TAS encourages the community to view the adoption album and their blog, and also their website for more information about their various programs and events, in an effort to reach the ultimate goal of a no-kill shelter in the community.