162 Network Partners found in TX

Based on your search criteria, these are the groups found working to achieve No More Homeless Pets.

Wags to Whiskers of Texas, Inc.
Porter, TX
Wags to Whiskers is dedicated to saving the lives of our companion animals, through rescue, adoption, education, sheltering and spay/neuter. Go to website
Wayward Whiskers Cat Rescue
San Antonio, TX

Wayward Whiskers Cat Rescue exists to rehabilitate and find homes for cats with special needs, injuries and illnesses who would otherwise be overlooked or euthanized.

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Westbery logo
Houston, TX
Compassionate Animal Rescue Efforts (CARE) is a Westbury-based non-profit rescue group focused on the improvement of our neighborhood through animal related rescue, outreach and education. Our rescue aims to address many of the growing problems in Westbury including: roaming and stray animals, lost/found animals, and a lack of neutering/spaying, microchipping, knowledge of proper animal care, and pet licensing. Go to website
Wharton County
Wharton, TX
We educate the general public about responsible and compassionate pet care and ownership and ensure awareness of the plight of homeless/unwanted pets. We provide humane care and treatment for all animals needing protection in the area and to seek suitable homes for animals without owners. Go to website
Williamson County Regional
Austin, TX
The Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter (WCRAS) is a collaborative effort between Williamson County and the cities of Round Rock, Cedar Park, Leander, and Hutto. We provide a safe environment and emphasize humane care for the lost, abandoned, and homeless animals of these jurisdictions. We strive to save every companion animal by returning lost animals to their families and adopting animals into permanent, loving homes. Go to website
Wimberley Adoption Group & Rescue
Wimberley, TX

To rescue homeless, abandoned, neglected, and forsaken dogs and puppies in the Wimberley, TX area, regardless of their condition, provide them with the medical and emotional care that they need and eventually place them into loving, permanent homes.

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