Liliana Rosche

  • Volunteer

    Thank you for your interest in volunteering! YOU can help with our efforts to pass animal friendly legislation right here in Texas! 

    Each local chapter has a "Chapter Leadership Committee" that is responsible for creating and executing a yearly plan of action in marketing, fundraising, outreach, and legislation. Every chapter has different volunteer needs so please don't hesitate to ask where you could be of the most help depending on your time, skills, and experience.

    Please complete the form below and we will connect with you with our local chapter closest to your area.

    Thank you for your support as none of our efforts for the animals would be possible without YOU!


    Step 1: Please complete the form below and on the second page we will ask for more details about your availability.

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    Your generous donation helps us to promote and advocate for humane animal legislation! THLN does not require a membership fee, but we do rely solely upon donations to fund our important work. Successful legislation requires professional lobbyists, who in turn require significant funds for their services.

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  • PETITION: TELL LEGISLATURE DOGS DESERVE ADEQUATE SHELTER

    Jack.jpgEvery year we receive hundreds of calls and emails about dogs left outside suffering in the extreme Texas weather. We know law enforcement, the media, and everyday Texans are sometimes helpless to do anything when they see a dog succumbing to a heat stroke.

    That’s partly because every jurisdiction in Texas handles these cases different. Why? Because we do not have a single definition of “adequate shelter” that everyone can use.

    If the horror stories of animals freezing to death or dying in the Texas heat haunt you, you can do something NOW.

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    Sign our petition: tell Texas legislators dogs deserve adequate shelter.

    Passing our tethering bill next session will allow us to include a statewide definition of "adequate shelter" as a minimum standard of shelter that all pet owners should have to meet. Once we have this definition in place, local law enforcement and animal control officers will be able to act swiftly.

    Please help us change the fate of Texas animals. They can’t afford to wait.

    Sign and share our petition today.

     

    GOAL: 8,066 signatures
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