Salvation Animal Rescue was formed in September of 2016 by a group of ladies who are passionate about animal welfare. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that strives to reduce the number of stray animals in our community. We also aim to reduce the number of animals put to sleep in surrounding shelters. We provide a low-cost spay/neuter program, Low-cost vaccinations(7-in-1), and low-cost microchipping clinics. We hope to educate the public about the need to foster and rehabilitate dogs rescued from shelters so that they have a chance to live a joyful life in a safe and loving home. It is through community support and donations that we can continue to accomplish our mission and grow this organization.

Our Mission 

 

Salvation Animal Rescue believes our responsibility to animals, as well as our community, is vital and all lives have value. As an organization, we strive to make a significant difference in the lives of people and animals in Lufkin and the surrounding areas. This is accomplished by rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming animals as well as providing education about responsible pet ownership, population control, animal abuse and neglect. We give voices to animals who are unable to speak for themselves.

Our rescued animals are placed in the loving arms of responsible, committed, caring, foster homes and eventually permanent forever homes, following a thorough foster and/or adoption process. Animals in our care receive appropriate veterinary care, up to date vaccinations and are spayed or neutered prior to adoption unless they are too young (in this case the animal will be scheduled for the spay or neuter at the appropriate time).  All animals are tested for temperament and behavior issues so potential adopters are aware of their needs. We assist animals in distress regardless of age, breed, size or ease of placement within our financial and emotional limits. We work in the community to improve and strengthen the relationship between humans and animals.

 

Long-term Goal

 

Our long-term goal is to open a second No-Kill shelter in Angelina County or the surrounding area and make East Texas a better place for people and animals.

 

 

Protect

Advocate

Rehabilitate

Educate

 

 

We work for a cause not applause!

Would you like to see more about what we do? Check out our video below.

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