Help Texas animal shelters affected by Hurricane Harvey
As soon as flood waters from the hurricane began to rise, the Best Friends emergency response team touched down in Texas, ready to help those in need with immediate assistance focusing on animal search and rescue.
Additionally, we immediately reached out to our Best Friends Network partners along the Texas coast to determine what they needed — from supplies to shelter and transport. And we’ve activated our disaster relief fund to offer financial assistance so that our network partners have the tools they need to save lives. But there is much more that needs to be done.
Below is a list of rescue organizations and shelters affected by the floods brought by Hurricane Harvey that need assistance.
It may take days or weeks before we know the full impact of Hurricane Harvey. But what we do know is that shelters and rescue organizations need your assistance to rebuild and heal, and to help Save Them All.
Best Friends Network partners that need your help
Fort Bend County Animal Services
Harris County VPH (Friends of County Pets)
BARC Animal Shelter and Adoptions
Rescued Pets Movement
Humane Society of Aransas County
Gulf Coast Humane Society
SPCA of Brazoria County
Humane Society of Southeast Texas
Westbury CARE (Westbury Compassionate Animal Rescue Efforts)
Wharton City Animal Shelter
Texas Litter Control
Other rescue organizations that need help
League City Animal Shelter
Ingleside Animal Shelter
Jacinto City Animal Shelter
No Facebook page
St. Landry Parish Animal Control, Opelousas, Louisiana
Bayou Animal Services
Aransas Pass Animal Control
Hankamer Animal Control (Texas)
No website, no Facebook page
Talls Tails Animal Rescues
Give to the disaster relief fund
Best Friends has opened our disaster response reserve fund to help in on-going efforts. If you want to support Best Friends’ emergency response to Hurricane Harvey, please contribute to it now. All donations contributed to our disaster reserve fund will be used exclusively for this or future emergency responses.