Humane Society of North Texas Second annual Paws for Celebration

Save the date HSNT Paws For Celebration

The Humane Society of North Texas invites you to our second annual Paws for Celebration dinner and auction.

Date:
Saturday, August 25, 6:00 P.M.

Location:
The Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel
200 Main St
Fort Worth, TX 76102

The event will bring 300 animal lovers together to celebrate the accomplishments of HSNT. Funds raised at the event will be used to save even more lives! Please join us and help animals in need.

Since 1905, the Humane Society of North Texas has been working to improve the lives of animals throughout North Texas
Tickets to the event are now on sale!  To be sure you don’t miss out purchase your tickets and sponsorship’s today.

Online preview and bidding on auction items will begin in early August.  Online and live auctions conducted by Benefit Biding www.benefitbidding.org

HSNT’S MISSION

HSNT’s mission is to act as an advocate on behalf of all animals and to ensure their legal, moral and ethical consideration and protection. We provide for the well-being of animals. This includes animals who have been abandoned, injured, neglected or mistreated. Again as always and above all our goal is providing for animals in need. We promote an appreciation of animals and strive to instill respect for all living things.

HSNT’S HISTORY

Founded in 1905, we are the oldest animal welfare organization in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.  Our organization’s original name was “Fort Worth Humane Society”. Over the years the name of the organization has changed 2 times.  In 1910 to the Tarrant County Humane Society.  Then 72 years later in 1982 the name was changed again to the Humane Society of North Texas.  Our focus has always been on caring for animals in need.  HSNT provides services such as pet adoptions, low-cost spay/neuter surgeries and vaccinations, returning lost pets to their owners, cruelty investigations and humane euthanasia.  HSNT operates four pet adoption centers and a quarantine facility in Tarrant County, as well as an equine and livestock ranch located in Johnson County.

Humane Society of North Texas