Cat Rescue Houston Area Best Wallpaper Collection 2017

 Time: 10:00 AM - 01:00 PM Location: Paws Pet Resort 3425 Couch Street, Houston, TX
Did you know that most cats in shelters and rescues are healthy and well-behaved, and are in the shelter through no fault of their own? Animal shelters and rescue groups are full of lovable, active and healthy adoptable cats and kittens just waiting for someone to take them home. Many people go to a pet store or an Abyssinian cat breeder looking to purchase a cat or kitten, but don't realize that they might find an Abyssinian or similar looking cat right in their local shelter. Many cats are given up when their prior owner can no longer afford the financial requirements to keep them. Other times cats are given up to shelters due to a divorce, death in the family, or new housing situation. Most cats and kittens in shelters are simply in need of a new home – they just want a safe, loving, and happy place to live!
Time: 10:00 AM - 01:00 PM Location: Paws Pet Resort 3425 Couch Street, Houston, TX
Did you know that most cats in shelters and rescues are healthy and well-behaved, and are in the shelter through no fault of their own? Animal shelters and rescue groups are full of lovable, active and healthy adoptable cats and kittens just waiting for someone to take them home. Many people go to a pet store or a Manx cat breeder looking to purchase a cat or kitten, but don't realize that they might find a Manx or similar looking cat right in their local shelter. Many cats are given up when their prior owner can no longer afford the financial requirements to keep them. Other times cats are given up to shelters due to a divorce, death in the family, or new housing situation. Most cats and kittens in shelters are simply in need of a new home – they just want a safe, loving, and happy place to live! Authorities in Texas rescued dozens of cats from a Houston-area home last week.Cat Rescue Houston Area Best Wallpaper Collection 2017Save A Purrfect Cat Rescue 2618 Newman St, Houston, TX 77098
Located in Houston, Save a Purrfect Cat Rescue (SAPCR) is a 501(c)(3) foster-based ONLY, no-kill, animal welfare group created to find permanent homes for homeless cats. SACR's cats include strays and abandoned/abused cats from other shelters that would have otherwise been euthanized. All of our cats are fostered in a cage-free environment. We provide medical care in the form of vaccinations, testing, and spay/neuter services prior to adopting our animals into responsible loving, forever homes. All animals in our program are fostered by individuals who care for them in their homes until they are adopted. *Cat adoptions held on weekends at the Adoption Center or by appointment during the week.TNR is the onlyproven effective method for reducing the free-roaming cat population. FriendsFor Life traps, neuters and returns free-roaming cats in targeted sections ofHouston. As we spend time block-walkingeach neighborhood we serve, we develop positive relationships with theresidents who have been waiting so long for this kind of help. The residentsnot only give us access to trap cats, but also help identify “hot spots” inwhich we may find cat colonies.We created the first ever public/private partnership of itskind working with the City of Houston. We bring free spay/neuter surgeries andvaccinations to dogs and cats belonging to residents of underserved sections ofHouston. Through our Fix Houston program, Friends For Life underwrites catservices, while the City through BARC underwrites dog services.Dori's Darlings Cat Rescue is a nonprofit organization committed to rescuing cats from Houston's streets and high-kill shelters. All cats are spayed/neutered and vaccinated before being placed in foster care and "fur-ever" homes. Dori's Darlings' adoption fee is $125 per cat and $200 for two cats.Founded in 1994 by Dr. Beverly Harper, is a no-kill cat sanctuary and shelter offering spaying and neutering procedures, sterilization education and rehabilitation services. Those looking to adopt a cat may attend one of the group's weekly adoption events around Houston, or make an appointment to visit the shelter directly. AAC's adoption fee is $95 per cat.Citizens for Animal Protection is a Houston area private, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides shelter, adoption, foster care, rescue and other valuable services. CAP also provides humane education and community outreach programs to encourage love and respect for animals.