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We have zero tolerance when it comes to animal cruelty in the Houston metro area. Our teams are uniquely equipped to rescue many types of animals from all kinds of abuse and neglect.

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Your gift helps an animal in our care right now! Without you we could not do the work we do – so please consider a gift today!

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NOW TREATING Common Illnesses

  • Heartworm Disease
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At this time, we do not offer veterinary care for injured or extremely ill pets, nor do we provide spaying or neutering services.

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Join us in celebrating 100 years of compassion and dedication at the Houston SPCA! In this special video, we look back at a century of life-saving work, highlighting our organization's incredible journey and the impact we've made on animals and our community. From humble beginnings to becoming a pillar of animal welfare, we reflect on the milestones, challenges, and heartwarming stories that define our history. Witness the transformation of countless lives and the unwavering support of our amazing supporters and volunteers. As we celebrate our past, we also look forward to the future with hope and determination. Join us as we continue our mission to protect, rescue, and advocate for animals in need. Thank you for 100 amazing years—here's to many more!

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Fostering at the Houston SPCA means providing temporary care for animals in need. Plus, we provide all the supplies!

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Becoming a Volunteer at the Houston SPCA means becoming part of a compassionate community dedicated to our lifesaving mission! It’s easy–sign up now!

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Your Support Saves Lives

Right now, our ambulance is responding to a call of an injured pet, our investigations team is working hard to rescue an animal from a cruel situation, and our adoption team is helping pets find loving homes. Won’t you join us and save animals in so many ways? Here's how we helped animals in our community in 2023:

More than 56,000

total animals served

Over 7,100

reports of animal cruelty investigated

More than 14,000

wild animals brought in for care

Houston SPCA News
Houston SPCA News
Wildlife Center Takes in Nearly 500 Injured or Orphaned Animals After Severe Weather

(May 24, 2024) Houston SPCA’s Wildlife Center of Texas took in nearly 500 orphaned or injured wild animals after a catastrophic storm hit ...

(May 24, 2024) Houston SPCA’s Wildlife Center of Texas took in nearly 500 orphaned or injured wild animals after a catastrophic storm hit ...

Houston SPCA’s 100th Year Birthday Blowout

(March 13, 2024) At the Houston SPCA, we’re gearing up to celebrate a monumental milestone—our 100th year of unwavering dedication t...

(March 13, 2024) At the Houston SPCA, we’re gearing up to celebrate a monumental milestone—our 100th year of unwavering dedication t...

It’s National Love Your Pet Day

(February 20, 2024) Pets have a remarkable way of transforming our lives.  At the Houston SPCA, we witness the profound impact that animals...

(February 20, 2024) Pets have a remarkable way of transforming our lives.  At the Houston SPCA, we witness the profound impact that animals...

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