Tails to Tell Animal Rescue Shelter Ltd.

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Cat of the day -Princess
"Cats are the most popular pet in the United States. There are 88 million pet cats and 74 million pet dogs."
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Cat of the day - Tansy

"The biggest wildcat is the Siberian Tiger. It can be more than 12 feet long and weigh up to 700 pounds."
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Lost cat- Luna
Luxstone area (Airdrie). Last seen Sunday 26th at 11 pm
10 months old, female, no id, not spayed
Grey tabby, black paw pads, yellow eyes, large ears
Contact: Cori 587 438 7399
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The numbers are in for 2015!

Intakes – 226

Adoptions – 180


Tails to Tell has moved to 1017B & 1017C Hammond Avenue in Crossfield!

Our new shelter has doubled in size and we’re thrilled! Double the size however means double the costs so please, keep us in mind when you have an extra few dollars to donate or are heading to the bottle depot! Now more than ever, we need your support.

Volunteer Area and Application Revamped. We have a new volunteer application! We have expanded our volunteer opportunities. Check it out – there could be something there for you.There is still a need for assistance in the shelter.  If you can spare one or two hours during the week to help with feeding, cleaning or socializing with our gorgeous, loving residents, please send in your application.

Who are we?

Tails to Tell Animal Rescue is a non-profit no kill animal shelter located in Crossfield Alberta. We are run entirely by volunteers and donations. Our primary focus is rescuing stray and injured companion animals who would otherwise perish without help. Tails to Tell provides our rescues with the necessities, as well as any required medical care or rehabilitation in a communal living environment as we search for suitable forever homes. We promote responsible pet ownership by ensuring all of our animals are spayed or neutered, fully vaccinated, tattooed and microchipped before they leave our shelter.

Phone Calls

If you call the Tails to Tell phone and it goes to voice mail, please leave a message! Our shelter is run by volunteers and animal care is our number one priority. They will respond to your call as soon as they are able to.