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Houston Texans Punter Cameron Johnston Will Wear Custom Cleats for Houston SPCA

(December 3, 2021)

Houston Texans punter Cameron Johnston will spotlight his passion for helping homeless dogs by sporting custom-designed cleats on game day this Sunday, December 5, against the Indianapolis Colts to highlight the city’s oldest and largest animal rescue organization, the Houston SPCA, as part of the NFL’s My Cause My Cleats.

Johnston’s dark blue cleats feature the Houston SPCA logo across the top left cleat and beautiful images of the Johnstons’ two rescue dogs, Bella and Buddy, along the outside of the right cleat.

The NFL initiative My Cause My Cleats celebrates the positive impact players are making in their communities by giving them an opportunity to feature the charitable partners they are passionate about on game day. After Sunday’s game, the cleats will be on display at the Houston SPCA’s Adoption Center for a limited time.

Johnston and his wife Tia have already made an impact for homeless dogs since they kicked off Punts for Houston SPCA, a winning initiative to help more canines in need. Each time Johnston punts inside the 20-yard line during a Texans game, the couple sponsors the adoption fee for a Houston SPCA dog. To date, nearly 30 dogs have been sponsored and found their forever homes.


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