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AAR, Abandoned Animal Rescue is a non-profit no-kill animal shelter located in Magnolia, Texas. Their mission is to shelter homeless pets until they are placed into permanent homes and to work towards ending pet overpopulation that results in the euthanasia of unwanted cats and dogs. They do this through their adoption program and low-cost spay/neuter, which is offered through Texas Litter Control. AAR is committed to the emotional, physical, and behavioral well being of each animal within our care.
AAR is a Cat & Dog Center that includes a limited intake adoption facility, community education outreach, and an affordable wellness and spay/neuter clinic through our parters at Texas Litter Control. Founded in 2002 by three dedicated animal lovers; Angie Fenton, Barbara Schulz, and James Gordon, AAR is entirely managed and maintained by volunteers.
Give the Kids a Christmas On December 24, 2006 Joe Sylvie’s sister, Angie, called to inform him of a family in need. Angie and her two sisters went and purchased a Christmas tree, food and two sets of clothes for each child. Mr. Sylvie contacted his good friend Tommy “Airco” Jarrett and they immediately went to Walmart. They purchased two sets of bunk beds, pillows, sheets and blankets. Then they went to the apartment and assembled and made the beds. Finally, at 11pm they were finished.
Tommy Jarrett said “Next year I want to give 100 kids a Christmas.” They started the Give the Kids a Christmas right then. Through the generosity of Paul Hedrick who donated the use of Champions Roller World the first party was held on December 22, 2007. All funds received go directly to the kids. Since 2007, over 12,000 kids have benefited from the generosity of these everyday folks. The kids come from CPS foster care group homes, orphanages and women’s shelters. Of course, we are always looking for support from business, individuals and neighbors. Donors are encouraged to visit the day of the party.