Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Please boycott the black cat - Halloween Myth!

Please keep your black cat safe this Halloween season. We are also asking everyone to go a step further and boycott any product that depicts the black cat/Halloween myth. These unfounded black cat myths prevent many wonderful pets from finding loving homes and lead to cruelty towards helpless black cats. Please do your part to end this horrible myth.

Friday, October 6, 2017

Hiachi - Available for Adoption

Available for adoption - Hiachi.

Hiachi is a male yellow lab, Akita mix. He is dog and people friendly, but livestock agressive. We would prefer to adoption him to a famility without cats since we are unsure how he would behave around cats. Hiachi is fully vetted. (Neutered, full set of shots and heart worm negitive.) Please email us if you are interested in Hiachi. justinanimalalliance@yahoo.com

Thursday, August 31, 2017

Grayson - Available for adoption

This is Grayson. He is a bottle feed kitten that was found at the rescue. We are in the country so we trap, vet and adopt out the feral cats out here. Grayson was found out on the land. His mother was probably moving him. We took him in so he could have a home, with a family, plus not really sure where his mother was. He is very sweet and loving. Maybe 4 weeks old. He is a medium hair Blue Russian. Probably related to Trouble, since Trouble was caught out here too. Grayson is available for adoption. (So is Trouble). Please contact us if you are interested. justinanimalalliance@yahoo.com

This is Trouble. He is a vetted feral barn cat that is available for adoption. He is neutered, micro chipped, and received a full set of shots. Please contact us if you would like to give him a home. There is more information on barn cats available at this link - http://justinanimalalliance.blogspot.com/2017/08/barn-cats-available-for-adoption.html


Grayson was adopted 10-6-17. We are happy to announce he now has a forever home and is no longer available for adoption. However Trouble is still looking for a forever home. Please contact us if you would like to adopt him. (940) 343-7848

****MAY 2018 UPDATE****

Trouble has found a home! We are excited to announce that after a year at the rescue Trouble has found a forever home! We are very excited for him!

Friday, August 11, 2017

Welcome to our newest Volunteer Coordinator!

We want you all to meet Chris! He is our newest Volunteer Coordinator!

Chris is great with the animals, and has even adopted one of the rescues favorites!

We're so happy he is part of our team!

Chris with Angel, the rescues favorite who he gave a loving forever home!


What is a Volunteer Coordinator? - http://justinanimalalliance.blogspot.com/p/sponsors.html


Saturday, August 5, 2017

Barn Cats available for adoption

Barn Cats

We have healthy, sterilized barn cats in need of new outdoor homes. These barn cats are feral (semi-wild) and need to live at a farm, horse stable, warehouse, plant nursery, or other suitable outdoor location. 

Veterinarian care has been given (sterilized, rabies shot, and vaccinated). $25 adoption fee. The property owners only responsibility will be to provide daily food/water, and protection from the elements. After a short period of secure confinement, the barn cats will accept your barn as their new home.  

The barn cats will keep rodents away from grain and food storage areas. If you own or manage property and have permission for long-term placement of animals on the property, please call us! We will assist you while the barn cats settle into their new home. 

The Justin Animal Alliance pulls from shelter euthanasia lists. We are a no kill animal welfare organization located in Justin TX on 7 acres, just minutes from the Texas Motor Speedway. We provide housing to  homeless animals, both cats and dogs, available for adoption at all times.

We welcome you to come visit with us. Please contact us for an appointment. (940)343-7848 or email justinanimalalliance@yahoo.com


Currently we have Trouble available for adoption. He is a really handsome long haired Blue Russian cat, that is a very adventurous BARN CAT!! He is fully vetted and ready for adoption. Highly territorial and aggressive to other cats. Should be the only cat. Trouble is a feral cat that would be a great barn cat, but not a personal pet unless someone is willing to work with him.

If you are looking for a barn cat please contact us to get more information on Trouble or to set up a time to meet him. He's waiting for you!!

Adopt, don't shop. Save a Life!


We also have Koko available for adoption. He is a very handsome yellow tabby who loves to patrol. Koko is a great mouser. He is looking for a nice barn to call home!


Koko was adopted at the end of August 2017. We are happy to announce he now has a forever home and is no longer available for adoption.

Adoption fees for animals that are spayed/neutered, full set of shots and micro chipped are as follows; 

$70 for dogs over 50 Lbs 
$60 for dogs under 50 Lbs 
$40/$50 for cats and kittens 
$25 for barn cats
$25 feral dogs of any size

Please visit this link from the Humane Society for How to care for outdoor cats - http://www.humanesociety.org/issues/feral_cats/tips/caring_feral_cats_winter.html?referrer=https://www.google.com/

Friday, August 4, 2017

Rudy - Looking for a forever home!

Rudy is still looking for his forever home! He was sadly used as a bait dog in his early years, they cut his ears so short just to make him look mean, but he really isn't. He will probably do best in a home where he can be alpha, but he has been with other dogs before. He does think cats are food though, so he should avoid a home with cats. Please let us know if you are interested in this sweet boy!

If you are interested in meeting Rudy please contact us at (940)343-7848 or justinanimalalliance@yahoo.com

Thank you!


Rudy was adopted in September 2017. We are happy to announce he now has a forever home and is no longer available for adoption.

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Thank you to Kindred Hearts Transport Connection for our special needs babies transport!

Lady and Louie

We are so happy to say the Lady and Louie, our special needs babies have made their 3 day journey to Montana to their furrever home! We are so thankful to Kindred Hearts Transport Connection and all their volunteers for their wonderful help the entire journey. We also want to thank Deaf Dogs Rock for sharing our babies nationwide, who knew their new family would be in MT!? We wish Sandy and her new pups a lifetime of happiness!

 The journey begins!

A big thank you to Audra and Laura from the Justin Animal Alliance who took Lady and Louie on the first leg of their trip to their new home in Montana!

The transfer!

Kindred Hearts Transport Connection volunteers care for Lady and Louie along the way to Montana!

Lady hanging out with her new family in Montana!

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Feral Dogs

Feral Dogs

What is a feral dog? Feral means an animal is not domesticated. It grew up in the wild, under abandoned homes, or in the country, without human interaction. Feral does not necessarily mean aggressive. It just means the dog does not bond with humans. Feral dogs primary relationships are with other dogs.

Can a feral dog be domesticated? Yes with time and patience most feral dogs can learn to bond with humans.

What will it take to domesticate a feral dog? This depends on many factors. How feral the dog is and how willing it is to bond with a particular person. However the general answer to this question is yes. Feral dogs can be domesticated.

Training and working with feral dogs

There are many articles regarding working with feral dogs on the web. They can be found by doing a search for '
Feral Dog Rehabilitation' or 'What is a feral dog?'.

Socialization and human contact are going to be one of the highest priorities in training and working with feral dogs. Socialization is not to say to introduce strangers or other dogs to the feral dog. The dog does not need to be overwhelmed with stimulation. What is needed is slow, patient, and repeated one on one interaction. Don't rush the dog. Let the dog set the pace.

Feral dogs are usually fearful of people since living in a feral state can include negative experiences with people or other dogs. Often the processes of being trapped, put in cages, and brought to a rescue, can further distress the dog.

Mature feral dogs are more challenging to work with than puppies, but they can still learn to be wonderful pets.

The Justin Animal Alliance has successfully adopted out three adult feral dogs. Here is an article that was written up about the start of our rescue, under our rescue's original name, that refers to our first feral dog success story.

Currently we have three beautiful feral female Shepard mix dogs available for adoption. They are spayed, vaccinated, micro chipped and ready for adoption to a loving patient family that is willing to work with them.




Please contact us if you are interested in meeting one of our feral dogs. (940) 343-7848 or email justinanimalalliance@yahoo.com


***For animals that are already spay/neutered, full set of shots, and micro chipped, our adoption fees are as follows; 

$70 for dogs over 50 Lbs
$60 for dogs under 50 Lbs
$40/$50 for cats and kittens
$25 for feral dogs of any size
$25 for barn cats