St. Francis Rescue Nacogdoches is a 501 (c) (3) not for profit, no-kill animal rescue organization. We are committed to providing the animals in our care with any and all necessary veterinary treatment, training, and socialization.
From our Facebook Page
Please send Princess Muffet some love today. She is going into surgery this morning at a specialty clinic in Houston. We were lucky to get her in this quickly. This soft little one has been through a great deal, but she has the courage of a lion. A lamb toy helps. ... See MoreSee Less
We are a dog rescue, but sometimes a very special cat needs us. Life and an irresponsible owner gave this little one a rough start, but we are determined to do what we can to make it up to him. Our friend Nancy Hinds has this to say about our Harry:
“Harry sure needs a home where he can be an only child - I mean Cat. Harry is a wonderful guy, very affectionate, loves humans. ISO a warm lap and a warm heart. Harry would be a permanent foster, with the rescue covering all medical and food needs. See, Harry has Feline Leukemia. He must stay indoors, which I bet is okay with him. He likely won't stray far from his favorite lap, once he is introduced to the right person.
Please ask questions. Do the research on Feline Leukemia. Know his every need will be met by the rescue. Please consider "permanently fostering" Harry at no financial cost to you. He will enrich your life as you will, his.
Oh and did I mention he gives kitty kisses??
Megan Ball Laura McKinney Michele Sprague Gwen Gillespie and all my cat buds, please read and search your brain if you know of a candidate for Harry's family.”
Please contact St. Francis Rescue Nacogdoches. ... See MoreSee Less
I run rescue out of Western, ND. We currently have 2 FeLV + Kitties in our Rescue. Littermates rescued as feral kittens after their Mama disappeared. (Livia & Loza) I am so happy you guys are doing all you can to locate Harry a Permanent Home !!! God Bless You !!!
"What? You mean no one has come to take me home, yet? It's a joke, right?"
We can't believe it, either. This pint-sized little one (she weights about 35 pounds) has it all: she's loving, SMART, playful, and, let's face it, has fabulous ears. She's already spayed, heartworm negative and on preventative. All she needs is a family!
Sweet Betty is staying with us as a foster while the shelter renovates its outside kennels. You can apply to adopt Betty from the shelter online, or call the shelter at 936-560-5011 to let them know you'd like to meet her. We'll make it happen! ... See MoreSee Less