Pupdates: May 2023

Lifesaving doesn't stop, or seem to slowdown, but we are excited to share with you our upcoming events and the latest news in our May 2023 Pupdate! We could not do this without your unwavering dedication and generosity!

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Pupdates: April 2023

With your help, San Antonio Pets Alive! has been able to promote our animals, host weekly adoption events, provide essential medical care to pets in need, and so much more! Your kindness and compassion makes a world of difference in the life of an animal in need. Thank you for your continued support, and we hope that we can count on you to help us continue our lifesaving work! We have lots of upcoming events and exciting news to share with you! Enjoy our April 2023 Pupdate! ;

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Pupdates: March 2023

As we welcome the spring season, it is also the time of kitten season! SAPA!'s lifesaving team has already started to see an increase of kittens and is working hard to save as many precious lives as possible through foster care. Unfortunately, in the month of March the number of dogs on the city shelter's euthanasia list has not slowed down. Our locations are completely full, and we continue to ask our community to please help us with our lifesaving efforts by fostering or adopting. ;

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Pupdates: January 2023

I hope the new year is treating you well! Here at SAPA!, we haven’t skipped a beat going into 2023. Time continues to fly as our lifesaving work continues.

So far this month:
-We have saved 224 lives
-Finalized 193 adoptions
-Moved 179 animals into foster care
-Taken in 15 animals from the public through our owner surrender program
-Transferred out 26 pups to our rescue partners

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Pupdates: December 2022

The end of every year is a perfect occasion for gratitude and reflection; a time to look forward to a more hopeful and promising future. This past year, however, has put a mark on my heart that will be a hard one to get over. The uptick in code reds, terrified owner surrendered pets, starving and injured strays, neglected moms with babies, and rescues around the country lacking adequate space to take in some of the many thousands of vulnerable animals has been very trying on myself and my team. While I am BEYOND grateful for all of you, who continue to stand beside us with the dogs and cats most at risk of being killed, I can’t help but feel a deep sense of sadness for all the precious lives lost.

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