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CARE Animal Rescue will be having our fall low cost vaccination clinic at our Mingus HQ Oct 15th from 10 am- 12 pm. Down town Mingus. Here is a quick price list of the basics. $7 rabies shots! Our clinics are drive through- follow the cones for your convenience. No need to exit your vehicle. Our staff comes to you!
Join CARE Animal Rescue for a fun time at our Haunted House Oct 21 & 22 2016 ! The Haunted House of Doom! See details on our flyer or call 254-631-6937 for more information.
C.A.R.E. Animal Rescue will be at the Strawn State Park site Oct 1, 2016. A star gazing party will take place in the evening. Just follow the signs when you enter Strawn! C.A.R.E. will be serving A small snack that will consist of a hot dog, chips and a drink for $5. Also some sweets will be sold. The proceeds for the snacks will go to C.A.R.E Animal Rescue. And we thank the Park staff for allowing us the opportunity for a little fundraising!
CARE Animal Rescue will be at Petsense in Granbury on both Saturday October 1 and October 2, 2016. Come on out and meet the rescues and volunteers ! Adopt the love of your life. Let us help you find a perfect match to add to your family !
We raised $1400 during the 2016 North Texas Giving Day ! We Would like to thank all the folks that donated to Community Animal Rescue Effort during this event ! We really appreciate all the support. We feel it was a total success for our group in rural Palo Pinto County! Thank you North Texas for this opportunity !
Our organization would not be able to operate without the support of our community and kindness of others who are willing and able to help our local area. We are an extremely small group. And rural area. We spend on bills about $2000 or more a month. The majority of our funds go toward medical care for rescues. And we assist our community with emergencies and spay/neutering their pets in an attempt to keep unwanted overpopulation on our tri-community areas.
C.A.R.E.’s mission is to alleviate animal suffering by aiding abandoned, abused and neglected animals; reducing overpopulation and disease; and assisting responsible pet owners in meeting the needs of their own companion animals.
We still Need Volunteers! Anyone interested in helping animals, whether you want to “poop scoop,” walk dogs, foster animals, help at adoption events, or make phone calls on our behalf… WE NEED YOU! Please call us at (254) 631-6937