San Antonio is progressing steadily towards no-kill status. It is thanks to the people of San Antonio and San Antonio Pets Alive!’s supporters that we’re so close to saving all the dogs and cats in San Antonio. But our jobs are far from over. It’s important to note that even with the great strides towards
Leading San Antonio to No-Kill Congratulations, San Antonio! Your support has helped San Antonio Pets Alive! save more than 35,000 animals in the last 5 years, and your interest has brought the treatment of San Antonio’s animals to the forefront of the community’s consciousness. So, how did San Antonio go from saving 30% of the
Meet Tulip It is our pleasure to introduce you to sweet Tulip! We knew Tulip was special when we looked at her adorable little face, but upon first glance we had no idea how special Tulip was. She has had more challenges than a newborn baby should have to endure, but our SAPA! village has
Once upon a time, a kitty named Phoebe found her true love thanks to her two unconventional fairy godmothers–PetCo and San Antonio Pets Alive! Here at San Antonio Pets Alive!, our mission is to save as many dogs and cats as possible and to make San Antonio the largest no-kill community in the nation. Our friends
You are generous. We know this because you are a supporter of San Antonio Pets Alive! Not every person offers their hard-earned money to animals in need – but YOU DO. In fact, these animals you give to are so in need that their very lives are not guaranteed. They are among the most “unwanted,”
Dear SAPA! Village, Thank you all who were able to join us at our Homecoming Event this past Saturday! We celebrated our move in to the Everyday Adoption Center at the PetSmart in Windcrest. Several leaders from PetSmart Charities came to town to celebrate with us and capture some footage of all of the hoopla.
As a condition of the emergency city funding that we were given this past summer, the backbone of our organization, The Paul Jolly Center, went up for proposal, meaning that other organizations could submit a bid to the city to take control of the center. Two other organizations submitted a proposal for review. We received
Saturday, September 10th, marked our first ever San Antonio Pets Alive! Texas Chihuahua Races. The tiny champions raced for glory, cheered on by an audience of 200 plus eager spectators, to a soundtrack of “Chariots Of Fire” playing triumphantly in the background. We eliminated 32 competitors to crown (or sombrero) our reigning champion, Marilyn.
Karissa Garza-Vale is a devoted SAPA! volunteer and now mom to two adopted SAPA! dogs. We asked her to share her Happy Tail with the public and she sent us this touching piece about the bond she instantly shared with her newly adopted baby girl Athena. Please enjoy this heartwarming story of adoption. Friday,
Here at San Antonio Pets Alive we save some amazing pets and hear many compelling stories of adoption and how pets improve the lives of their adopters. Recently one of our dedicated fosters brought one of these stories to our attention, the story of a cat named Baby, who has devoted himself to caring for a young member