The Animal Defense League of Texas (ADL) is a no-kill shelter for abandoned, abused, or neglected dogs and cats. They provide medical care, spaying and neutering services, food, shelter, and safety to animals under their care in an effort to improve the quality of their lives. They rehabilitate the animals they rescue in a compassionate, healthy, and loving environment which allow them to recuperate from all the harsh experiences that they have experienced.
They provide foster care for animals that are not yet ready to be adopted into new and loving homes. People who participate in this program are able to provide temporary care to furry friends that are either too young or injured and cannot survive on their own.
People can also help through spending their time and effort with the animals at the facility or help in administrative work. Volunteers are required to attend an orientation class at the Blake Rapier Education Center. They must also be at least ten years old to participate. Kids that are ten to fifteen years should be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
ADL is located at 11300 Nacogdoches Rd, San Antonio, TX 78217-2318. They can be contacted through phone at 210-655-1481 or through email by filling out this contact form. For more information, please visit their website at http://adltexas.org.