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Saving Hope Animal Rescue to build a massive sanctuary in Aledo

The sanctuary will help combat the overwhelming population of abandoned animals in Texas.

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Saving Hope Animal Rescue is building a new $2 million sanctuary in Aledo.

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Saving Hope Animal Rescue is building a new $2 million sanctuary in Aledo. The 14.8-acre facility will be one of the largest in Texas and be a one-stop-shop for animal rescues and adoption.

The sanctuary will open in early 2023 and be built at 14184 Aledo Iona Rd. — about 22 minutes southwest of downtown. The new space will serve as a centralized location for all services including:

🏘️ Intake housing
🐱 Adoption center
🩺 Veterinary clinic
🍼 Puppy pods for nursing mothers
🐶 Senior area for older dogs
📚 Educational barn

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The sanctuary will be built at 14184 Aledo Iona Rd.

Photo provided by Saving Hope

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The Fort Worth nonprofit was founded in 2017 and works to rescue, rehabilitate, and find homes for animals across the state. In 2022, the organization rescued and facilitated the adoption of 1,664 dogs and 1,022 cats from other shelters and surrenders.

If you have extra space in your home or are looking for a new furry friend, learn more about adopting and fostering pets. You can also support the nonprofit by donating supplies like food, blankets, litter, and toys.

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