The mission of the South Lake Animal League is to act for the community as an advocate on behalf of animals; to provide for the well-being of animals who are abandoned, injured, subjected to unfair or cruel treatment, or otherwise in need; to provide shelter for these animals; to maintain a "no kill" policy; to serve the citizens and animals of our community by sponsoring related public health programs and upholding the laws enacted for their protection; to educate the public on responsible pet ownership including prevention of over-population by spay and neutering; and to enhance the lives of animals and people in our communities through education, awareness, adoption, and compassion.
One of the few NO-KILL animal shelters i know of. Def needs the community’s support!!Jeremy E
This NO-Kill animal rescue place was extremely helpful in trying to locate a dog… which tried to take refuge near my office. Someone called in the Animal Control people and they had taken the dog away before I could locate a NO-Kill shelter. Doreen received my email after the dog was removed but she stayed is contact with me through emails as she tried to locate the dog and get more information. Unfortunately the dog was sick and too aggressive and had to be put down per the Animal Control NOT S…Cathi L
Thank you to our friends at SLAL for the food donation to our shelter animals!Joanne H
SLAL is Awesome!Leigh D
I highly recommend South Lake Animal League to anyone looking for a new family pet. It is a no-kill shelter, with people who really care.Jackie H
Love this rescue!!!Peggy G
For any of you in need of adopting a pet I recommend this place. They are a no kill shelter and can use some help. I have adopted 3 dogs from them, unfortunately Gordy died unexpectedly in July of 2011. Still have 3 Rocky was the newest addition after Gordy died, he’s turned out to be a good dog tho it was shaky at first between him and the 2 girl dogs at first. I’d adopt more if I could but house ain’t big enoughEric G
Whether you are looking for your next fur family member or a rewarding place to donate your time and talents, South Lake Animal League is the place! I began volunteering in October 2010 when the shelter opened and I now volunteer at the special events and fundraisers. The League cares about each animal and every volunteer. Whatever you like to do, they’ll find a way to use it. Please check it out and you’ll fall in love.Devon A
McGee was our queen cat for twenty plus years, adopted with a “cat back guarantee” on Labor Day, ’88, from this great group.Gena S
The friendliest and most organized animal shelter I’ve ever visited!Steve P
Looking for lots of "happy tails" and "furever" homes for the beautiful animals at the Adoption Center. We need to make room for the 20 cats & kittens and 10 dogs & puppies rescued in the past 2 days! "Like" the South Lake Animal League Facebook Page, share the Adorable Adoptables albums (one for cats, [...]
Humane Education program with South Lake Animal League, the help of PAWS Therapy Dogs and the children at Bridge to Ability. Today we learned about the similarities between animals and people.