As with all privately-run shelters, there is a limit to the number of animals we can enroll in our program at a time. But even if we can’t enroll the animal now, there are many types of help we can offer.
We have a limited number of fosters. We always run at maximum capacity so that we can save as many animals as possible. If all Friends For Life foster homes are filled, we ask that you foster the animal you’ve found. You can find more information about what that means by visiting our foster page.
Bear in mind that, while we have a limited number of spaces in our program, there are many other ways that we can assist you in caring for your pet or rescue.
Friends For Life does not provide animal control services. If you need help catching an animal, please contact your local animal control agency.
Friends For Life does not have any law enforcement authority.
With over 50 law enforcement agencies, and multiple animal welfare organizations, it can be confusing to know where to report animal cruelty.
927PAWS.ORG is the Harris County Cruelty Taskforce main line
If there are things that we can do to make it possible for you to foster, please let us know. We may be able to assist even if we are not able to enroll the animal in our program.
To avail yourself of every possible opportunity, we recommend that you contact other organizations as well; we have assembled a list to make that task more manageable.