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Little Woman Home for Animals
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Celebrating 3 years with Chunk!
What a joy and what a heart emoticon! Chunk is sponsored by Belinda Pyle Honea.
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Australian animal rights campaigner Patty Mark is arrested for an open rescue of abused hens. Will Potter speaks with Progressive Podcast Australia about the international criminalization of dissent.
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LWHA feral kitty, June, has tamed down but hasn't allowed anybody to touch her. June lived with Walmart and his crew but we moved her when she started hiding in the igloo most of the time. June has become friends with Chris and they share Chris's bed. So happy that she is watching over Chris. June is sponsored by Jade Green. — at Little Woman Home for Animals.
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This is Qwen!. She was found near a busy farm to market road. This cutie is very friendly.. Loves attention, belly rubs and would love a foster, forever home, or even a sponsor. Gwen is a gorgeous cat with an adorable personality. If anyone is interested please message me. Thanks! — at Little Woman Home for Animals.
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Alex always watches as we feed the dogs. I am sure he misses Chris being in the kitchen. Alex also has allergies but not as severe as Chris. Alex could use a sponsor since his sponsor could no longer sponsor him......if interested please message me. Thanks......
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Spitty Kitty used to be very skittish, but lately she loves attention and loves to be petted. Spitty is sponsored by Grace Bailey Miller — at Little Woman Home for Animals.
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A tribute to Chris, the kitchen manager at LWHA. Our sweet Chris crossed the rainbow bridge. 
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a beautiful friend, a sad loss for you all...
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Jack and Mike. 
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Roberta and Park greeting me as I start my day at LWHA. Both are sponsored by Nikki Allen — at Little Woman Home for Animals.
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WW/CC wishing everyone a Happy St. Patrick's Day!
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LWHA office crew; Earl, the office manager, sponsored by Leslie Smith; Socks by Peggy Bohan Shawaker, Fuzzy Buzz and Ginger by Tina K Brown
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Goosey talking to HIS ducks. He has protected them since the day they hatched in 2010.
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936-435-9820
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66 Evelyn Lane Huntsville TX 77340
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Non-proft no-kill animal sanctuary
Introduction
Little Woman Home for Animals, a no-kill, non profit, animal sanctuary in Huntsville, Texas, founded in 1999.

LWHA is committed to providing lifetime care to abandoned and unwanted animals.  We provide foster care while actively seeking adoptive homes for healthy animals and endeavor to meet the medical needs of animals who are ill or aged.  We do not practice euthanasia.  We advocate the sterilization of dogs and cats and the humane treatment of all animals. 

"I have nothing to fear and here my story ends. My troubles are all over and I am at home." Anna Sewell

Shop Little Woman Home of Animals Store http://lwha.mybigcommerce.com

We are not a government funded organization, and small donations make up the majority of our budget. Whether it's $5, $10, $25 or more, every penny helps us to provide for the animals in our care. We receive notes accompanied by small donations from everyday people expressing the fact that they wish they could give more if only they could afford it. Those contributions mean the most to us. And they go directly to the neglected, unwanted, homeless, and injured companion animals and wildlife in our care.