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True Blue Animal Rescue is a 501(c)3 Non-profit, No-kill Animal Rescue in Central Texas, established in 2004. We are run by dedicated volunteers and our animals cared for in loving foster homes.

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Tbar Heaven 2012

kittensAnya, Lila, Lana and Nikolai
Anya, Lila, Lana and Nikolai were dumped on a back road in Anderson, TX and were lucky enough to be found by a TBAR foster home. They lived for one wonderful month in a loving foster home after testing positive for FeLv but not showing symptoms yet. A confirmatory lab test had been sent to New Jersey before they began to show symptoms. Once the symptoms set in, their quality of life went downhill quickly so their foster mom agreed with the vet that it was time to help them cross over the Rainbow Bridge peacefully.

Blanca came into TBAR very skinny, but was rehabbed and found love and TLC until she passed from old age  







Chester was found by a TBar member, running along a busy street. He was emaciated and seemed to have been hit by a car. Chester enjoyed love, running free in a safe backyard and lots of food while awaiting amputation of his nerve-damaged leg. Unfortunately, he died during amputation surgery. RIP Chester.



The last horse rescued from a 57 horse seizure, Omega touched every person who met him. He was a majestic, noble creature and has left indelible hoof prints on everyone who loved him. Omega was lost to colic-twist  in June.









Tripp came to TBAR dragging a chain with a collar way too tight and heartworm positive. He healed beautifully and was loved deeply by his foster home. After only 1 short year, he left this Earth suddenly & unexpectedly. His good nature and love of life touched many people. RIP Tripp!


 Warrior came into TBAR so skinny, but grew into a beautiful, white Arabian. He was loved dearly by many and left this world too soon from a sudden illness. 






Licorice was seized along with 19 pasture mates when his owner could no longer care for him. Like his pasture mates Licorice, or Proud Pusher, was thin but he also had a severe case of Uveitis or Moon Blindness. This condition caused him pain and the only solution would have been to remove his eyes leaving him completely blind. We decided that was not a quality life for this magnificent horse so we helped him cross the rainbow bridge. We will always remember him in this lush pasture eating to his hearts content before it was time to cross. He is now at peace with his father The Pusher CG


Mini Donkey

This little donkey was one of 19 that were removed from their owner because she could no longer care for them. His little body was all bones and his mother was dried and unable to provide him proper nutrition either. We fed him milk and feed in an attempt to get him to gain weight and recover. In a final attempt to save his life the vet tubed milk into him but he continued to decline and eventually passed away. This picture was taken while he still had the strength to stand and we’ll always remember him enjoying some grass and some peace before he crossed the rainbow bridge.


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