Pets of the Week: Sir Henry and Sir Nicholas

TBAR-Adoptable-Cats-Sir-Henry-NicholasThis week we have two six month old kittens for pet of the week. Sir Henry and Sir Nicholas are two sweet, fun loving little boys. They are current on shots, neutered and ready to be adopted into a family of their own. If you’d like to adopt, email [email protected] to find out more about our adoption process and check out our website to view some of the other cats, dogs and horses that are waiting for a home of their own too.

Adopt Me! Winston

Winston was found on the streets broken and beaten. Lucky for him he ended up with a foster Mom who is also a nurse. She helped him become physically and mentally healthy and ready for a new home. She was fine with fostering him and loving him until his perfect owner came along but then her health declined and she’s not sure how long she can keep him. Please read what she wrote about Winston and share till his forever home is found. Email [email protected] to adopt Winston

Winston is a definite old soul but loves to chew, gnaw, sun bathe and chase his toys around. He also loves his clothes (sweaters, T shirts, and jerseys) and don’t try to take his collar with tags off, he freaks out. He surely knows how to entertain himself as well. He loves to cuddle, go on walks, car rides and hog any bed.

He absolutely LOVES people. He doesn’t particularly feel safe with other dogs yet but has made long strides with this process. I remove all food, toys/ bones and his lock his crate when other dogs are around to ensure he feels comfortable and not insecure due to his past. He is not good with cats, since he chases them out of my yard. He is a protector for sure, especially within the house and yard.
He will be the perfect home protector and companion with any person that is seeking a single companion or one animal home.

I have had Winston since February 2015. He is up to date on shots, heart worm negative and has been altered. Please note that he loves children however I would say that he would probably be better off with pre teens and older since he does enjoy to play tug of war with his rope toys.

The perfect parent for this fur baby will receive all of his clothing, crate, bowls, portable water bowl for walks, toys, bones, both his beds and food once he is adopted to ease the transition of his FUREVER parent(s) or family.

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Pet of the Week: Harry

TBAR-Pet-of-the-Week-HarryThis week’s pet of the week is a Harry. Harry is a Thoroughbred gelding. He is almost 16 hands tall and is a very sweet boy. He is about 15 years old, sweet and gentle with people and kids. He leads well and stands for a farrier. He has had some wonderful natural horsemanship training and will accept a saddle and the weight of a rider but needs an experienced rider to finish his training to get him trail ready. If you are interested in this beautiful bay colored horse please email us at [email protected] or call 936-878-2349 so we can tell you more about him and help you through the adoption process. Please consider adopting before you purchase an animal. Each adoption makes room for us to rescue another animals. Go to to view other animals for adoption.

Pet of the Week: Tyson

TBAR-Pet-of-the-Week-TysonToday’s pet of the week is Tyson. Tyson is about a year old, fully housebroken, crate trained, walks well on a leash and is working on and doing well learning to sit on command and give his paw. This sweet boy has weak back legs from a birth defect and lack of exercise as a puppy. He was kept in a crate and not let out. The vet x-rayed to be sure there was no pain or discomfort and found that Tyson is fine just the way he is. Now that he’s had time to build his leg muscles he runs and plays just like the rest of the dogs but he also hops which is the cutest thing to see! We believe Tyson is a heeler / shepherd mix. He’s friendly, loves kids and gets along with all other dogs too. Please email us if you’d like to arrange to meet Tyson. [email protected]

Pet of the week: Binion (horse)

Binion-TBAR-Horse-AdoptableMeet Binion. This poor horse’s owner died and nobody knew he was there. When Austin Co. law enforcement saw him a family member was found so he could decide what to do. His options were, sending him to auction which would mean he’d end up at a kill pen, euthanasia, or rescue. That’s when we were contacted! Like most rescues our foster homes are full but how could we say no to this sweet horse. He is now being seen by a vet and preparing to go into a foster home.
This is only one of many other horses that need us so we need your help. If you are thinking about getting a horse but aren’t sure, become a foster home. We’ll support you by offering advice and providing vet care for the horse. You just provide food and love. As a foster home it’s not forever and we can get them moved to another foster or find them an adoptive home. Then again, if it works out and you decide to adopt, you have first option to do that!! You might not want to start with a horse that needs rehabilitation like Binion but we have LOTS of other wonderful horses that are healthy and evaluated and just need you! Take a look at our web site and see if there’s one you’d like to foster. Then email us at [email protected] and we’ll walk you through the approval process. It’s that easy!

Pets of the Week: Luke and Leia (cats)

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Princess Leia is a beautiful orange and white little girl with a rambunctious personality, while her brother, Luke, is an adorable brown tabby boy who prefers to elicit pets from his foster parents and chase his sister around until itâs time for supper. Leia has a very soft coat and enjoys pets almost as much as she enjoys pouncing on her brother when he’s not looking.

Little Luke and Leia were both rescued during Patricia’s post-hurricane storms that hit Texas this past October when they were just a couple weeks old. They were found in a loading dock of a Church building in College Station, hiding in whatever they could find that provided shelter from the rain and winds of Patricia. Leia was soaking wet and freezing cold when she was caught by her now foster mom. She cried the entire way home and barely moved from her dryer-warmed blanket. Once she was dry and warm, her personality began to blossom and she realized how AMAZING pets feel! It didn’t take her long to feel at home. Luke on the other hand found his way to the feral cat shelter his now foster-mom set up to keep the babies, who were too smart to be trapped, warm and dry during the storms and flooding. Being the smart little boy he is, he was warm and dry in the shelter; however, it made it too easy for trapping. Soon enough, he was now in his new temporary home and reunited with his sister.

Though these sweet babies were born feral, they were trapped at such a young age that they got to learn the luxuriates of the spoiled, indoor life and quickly adjusted to their new human foster parents and the warm, dry home they never knew existed! Now these two are looking for a furever home that will continue to love and care for them as cherished family members so that they never have to feel as cold and miserable as they did when they were just weeks old.

For more information, please email [email protected] or call (936)878-2349 and leave a voice mail. A TBAR volunteer will return your call at their earliest convenience. If you would like to adopt an animal, please download and submit via email or regular mail an adoption application ( so that the foster home can arrange a meet and greet with your family.

Pet of the week: Cher (cat)

TBAR-Adoptable-Cat-GraciePet of the week: Cher! This beautiful cat with was raised indoors from a very small kitten and is very tame and gentle. So much so that she may crawl on your leg in the bath tub and take a drink! She loves to be held and loves to sleep on you. She is very playful and energetic with a lot of personality.She enjoys petting.

For more information, please email [email protected] or call (936)878-2349 and leave a voice mail. A TBAR volunteer will return your call at their earliest convenience. If you would like to adopt an animal, please download and submit via email or regular mail an adoption application ( so that the foster home can arrange a meet and greet with your family.

Adoption Fee: HALF PRICE which is only $35 through Dec. 31

Adoption fee includes neuter or spay, up to date vaccinations, FIV and FeLuk tested if old enough or started, deworming and a one year TBAR membership

Pet of the week: Sonador


TBAR-Adoptable-Horse-Sonador-POWPet of the Week! This is why we do what we do. The pet of the week this week is an 8 year old mare, by the name of Sonador is an 8 year old mare who was starved and left tied to a tree. She has now gained weight and is ready for adoption. She’s easy to halter, lead, brush and pet. She is current on shots and coggins.

T-Bar has a lot of animals that are waiting for their forever home. If this pet of the week, is not the pet you are interested in, we probably have just about any pet you could want. T-BAR is a no-kill rescue. Not only do we like having our animals adopted out, we also are in dire need of foster homes. That way we can help more animals out there, who are in perilous times alone on the streets. Please save a life by adopting a pet, instead of buying a pet and please have all your pets spayed and neutered. It is the right thing to do. If you are interested on where you can help or to look at all that is available to either adopt or foster, please go to www.t-bar.organd see all the animals that deserve a second chance and fulfilled life full of love, email [email protected] or call (936)878-2349 and one of our volunteers will get back to you as soon as possible. Adoption Fee: Please email [email protected] for adoption fee! Adoption fee includes neuter or spay, up to date vaccinations, heartworm tested if old enough or started on heartworm prevention as a puppy, deworming and a one year TBAR membership.