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We’re thrilled to announce the opening of the Houston SPCA Pet Wellness Clinic, dedicated to serving the beloved pets of our community. Our clinic is committed to delivering top-notch yet affordable veterinary care for your furry companions, encompassing essential vaccinations and preventatives.

As of now, our services encompass vaccinations, preventatives, and online pharmacy services (coming soon). However, we do not currently offer veterinary care for injured or unwell pets, nor do we provide spaying or neutering services. Stay connected with us through social media for the latest updates on our Pet Wellness Clinic as we work diligently to expand our offerings in the near future.

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49 Exotic Cats Surrendered At Alvin Property

On Wednesday, 49 exotic cats, including Bengal and Asian Leopard cats, were surrendered to the Houston SPCA. This came in the wake of the owner’s recent passing. Among these animals was a group of Bengal kittens only four weeks old, alongside a single dog and two domestic cats. These animals had been enduring deplorable living conditions on a property in Alvin, Texas. They have since been relocated to the Houston SPCA campus, where they will receive personalized care and attention.

In March, the Houston SPCA carried out a similar mission, rescuing 19 exotic cats, including a litter of Bengal kittens. At that time, these animals were discovered living in dire circumstances. Following their rescue, they received medical treatment for gastrointestinal and respiratory ailments. The Asian leopard cats were eventually relocated to sanctuaries, while the Bengal cats found new, loving homes.

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