Thank you for completing the online enrollment form.
Filling out this form is the first step in the process but is not a guarantee that the animal will be enrolled. Enrollment is based on a number of factors including capacity and available resources.
You can click here to see other options and resources to provide the animal you have rescued its best chance at finding a home.
You should receive an email confirming your submission. If you do not receive an email, please reach out to us and let us know (it’s most likely that we don’t have the right email on file for you in the form, and won’t have a way of letting you know).
While you wait, here is some information that may be helpful:
- We heavily depend on the rescuer or owner to foster the animal while in the program
- Our program is foster-based and dependent upon space, resources, and our capacity to provide the best medical and behavioral care for our animals. If we can’t enroll the animal at this time, we will do our best to provide resources and advice.
- If the animal requires urgent veterinary care, please take it to a veterinarian; we do not have an onsite clinic. There is a list of low-cost clinics on our website if you’re looking for options.
- If you’ve found a stray and aren’t sure what to do next, check out this resource “I found a stray animal. What do I do?” on our website.
Animal shelters should be a community resource. If you have come here for help, take some time to look through this section. If you don’t see the type of help you seek, let us know. We are here to help…
Pet Food Bank × Mini Clinic
It is not only our mission but our honor to be a part of the community. Opening Houston’s first free animal food bank at a shelter has kept thousands of animals in their homes.
Financial Assistance For Pet Owners
We view our relationship with the community as a partnership. And we are committed to spending the time, energy and resources needed to help the animals in it.
We are problem solvers. We find innovative ways to improve the conditions of animals and people.