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Montgomery County Animal Shelter
Conroe, Texas 77385

At MCAS we are dedicated to engaging the hearts, hands, and minds of the community to help animals in Montgomery County. As such, we are devoted to the humane, efficient, high quality care of animals in our shelter. We will promote and protect public health and safety, commit to industry best practices, be transparent and build trust in our community, be a humane organization that promotes the inherent value of every animal, and strive to end shelter killing through collaboration.

Montgomery County Animal Shelter Website
M-CCC, Inc, DBA Mid-Cities Community Cats
Fort Worth, Texas 76101

M-CCC is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the welfare of community cats in Hurst, Euless, Bedford and adjoining cities by conducting TNVR, educating the public and officials, and pursuing related activities that benefit community cats.

M-CCC, Inc, DBA Mid-Cities Community Cats Website
Spay & Neuter Initiative Program
League City, Texas 77573

SNIP's mission is to reduce the number of unwanted litters and eliminate the suffering of animals through aggressive spay and neuter programs. We strive to accomplish this by offering affordable wellness services and resources to pets and owners in need. We specifically target the indigent, elderly, and/or home bound population to support whole-life care and provide for the well-being of companion and feral animals in need while adhering to our no-kill beliefs. We aim to find each shelter animal a loving home, to act as an advocate for animals in crisis, and to enforce animal's rights to a safe and secure environment.  Most of all, we work to provide advanced spay and neuter education to the community and to encourage responsible animal ownership.

Spay & Neuter Initiative Program Website
Harris County Animal Shelter
Houston, Texas 77076

The Harris County Animal Shelter, a division of Harris County Public Health, provides animal adoption and veterinary care for homeless pets, a pet wellness clinic for the public, zoonotic disease surveillance, responsible pet ownership education, as well as animal control services throughout unincorporated Harris County and with contracted municipalities.

Harris County Animal Shelter Website
Day of the Dogs
Cypress, Texas 77429

Day of the Dogs is a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to increasing the live release rate of homeless animals in shelters.   Our focus is on adoption and rescue group support.  At this time we choose to focus our efforts on the Harris County Animal Shelter in Houston, TX.  We utilize social media to market and network animals in need.  We also transport dogs monthly to vetted rescue partners and no kill shelters in other states.

Day of the Dogs Website
Saving Pyrs in Need, Inc.
Garland, Texas 75043

Saving Pyrs in Need, Inc., (SPIN) exists to rescue Great Pyrenees from animal control facilities in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex and other North Texas areas as space in our foster homes is available. We consist of all volunteers, who generously give of their time, talents, and homes (for fostering) to this cause. Our dedicated volunteers evaluate dogs in shelters, transport them to various veterinary clinics for care, provide loving foster homes as long as needed, process adoption applications, visit potential adopters, take our dogs to public events to gain more exposure, use a wide variety of media to spread the word about our dogs available for adoption, and work to educate the public about the Great Pyrenees breed and about the need to spay/neuter to help reduce the number of unwanted dogs and cats that end up in shelters every year.

Saving Pyrs in Need, Inc. Website
Beaumont Pets Alive
Beaumont, Texas 77706

Beaumont Pets Alive is an independent, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization serving Beaumont, Texas and does not receive funding from city, state, or the federal government. We are a foster based life-saving organization founded on the tenet: Killing is not a solution. It is our obligation to find lifesaving solutions. The animals in need rely solely on the generosity of individuals, foundations and corporations. Your tax deductible donations enable us to save more dogs and cats at the Beaumont city shelter – Beaumont Animal Care, and enables each pet rescued to receive the necessary veterinary care, behavior modification, adoption opportunity, and transport to no-kill rescue shelters, if necessary.

Beaumont Pets Alive Website

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