Become a Sponsor
Sponsoring our shelter pets with monthly donations to Lone Star Sanctuary for Animals helps us pay for medical expenses, housing, food, and the overall care of our most needful animal residents. We rely solely on donations, grants, bequests, and fundraising events to further our mission of Saving and Changing Lives. As a legitimate no-kill facility, the pets of Lone Star Sanctuary for Animals remain in our care until they find their Forever Home.  
Meet Chopper
Chopper is a delightful 7-year-old Pit Bull who loves company and cuddles. He's a big baby when Thunderstorms roll through, and sometimes just wants someone to sit with him and comfort him. Unfortunately, Chopper has skin cancer. It limits the amount of sun he's allowed to get each day, and causes moles to grow on his skin that must be surgically removed by his vet, about twice a year. He also has bad kidneys, and must eat special food and take medicine every day.
Meet Maghera
Maghera is a 14-year-old long-haired dame that rules the roost in our staff office. She has lived with us for over eight years, and is one of our permanent residents. She has to eat special food from the veterinarian that helps maintain her weight.
Meet Charlotte
Charlotte is a shepherd dog who has lived at Lone Star Sanctuary for Animals since she was just one year old. As a puppy, she survived Distemper, but has suffered some neurological damage as a result. She has also recently undergone two ACL surgeries, so she really has been through a lot! She takes a long, long time to trust people, so she is a bit of a loner, but she loves treats and playing with her toys.
Meet Erra
Erra is a four-year-old calico who presides over the Cat Sanctuary from the highest place she can find. She's been a resident at Lone Star Sanctuary for Animals for over two years. She loves climbing and sneaking around the rafters. She has trouble with her kidneys though, and has special food and medicine that she will need for the rest of her life.
Meet Moneypenny
Moneypenny is a lovable six-year-old pit bull. We have to keep an extra close eye on her, because she's an escape artist and loves to play, "You Can't Catch Me!" This is risky for her though, because she has skin cancer, and can not be out in the sun for very long. She's a real sweetheart who loves to cuddle as much as she can. She came to live at Lone Star Sanctuary in 2016, and we love her tons!
Meet Dolly
Dolly is a seven-year-old lab who's been living with us at Lone Star Sanctuary for Animals since 2015. She is a very loving girl who is sweet and loves to play, but she's very shy around people whom she doesn't know well. She has a thyroid condition, for which she has to take daily medicine.
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“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” -Mahatma Gandhi

4200 N Fairgrounds Road

Midland, TX 79705

(432) 683-7387

lonestarsanctuary@yahoo.com

CLOSED THURSDAYS

Open every other day

1:00pm - 5:00pm

Cat Sanctuary closes at 4:30

Lone Star Sanctuary for Animals is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, no-kill, animal welfare organization. Our shelter does not receive any federal, state or county funding and no funding from the Humane Society of the United States or ASPCA. We rely solely on donations, grants, bequests and fundraising events to further our mission of Saving and Changing Lives. As a no-kill facility, the pets of Lone Star Sanctuary for Animals remain in our care until they find their Forever Home. EIN 75-2764717