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Why We're Different

While thousands of caring citizens spend countless hours rescuing dogs from heavy chains - without strong laws in place, abusers can continue to replace the animal at the end of the chain just broken. 

We at the Texas Humane Legislation Network - a 501c4 - are working to stop abuse before it starts. Our IRS status as a 501c4 allows us to be different. We advocate for strong, enforceable laws that will prohibit cruel acts against animals and give law enforcement and prosecutors the tools they need to bring justice in the courtroom.


Latest News

  • Animal Abuse Under The New Law

    Posted by: Louise Roberts | 21 September. 2017

    In Texarkana, a kitten is thrown “like a baseball for twenty or more feet” before being struck several times. In Cameron County, a two-month-old pi...

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  • Make a Plan for Your Pets!

    Posted by: Laura Donahue | 19 September. 2017

    Make an Emergency Plan for your Pets Hurricanes Harvey and Irma are barely behind us, and more extremely powerful hurricanes are lined up behind th...

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  • Volunteer Spotlight : Kimber Marshall!

    Posted by: Louise Roberts | 14 September. 2017

    Our organization would not be successful without the volunteers behind THLN. To acknowledge the people who are dedicated to making us the best nonp...

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