No Animal Left Behind
Our mission at Houston SPCA is to improve and protect the lives of animals in our community and to alleviate their suffering and abuse.
We achieve this through a number of programs and services:
- Sheltering and Rehoming Center
- Injured Animal Rescue Ambulance
- Animal cruelty investigations
- Found animals
- Foster care
- Programs for kids
- Community outreach
- Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine partnership
- The Wildlife Center of Texas
- Disaster rescue, relief, and recovery
- Providing pet meals and vaccines to those in need through mission-based partners
William and Evelyn Griffin Campus for All Animals
We have constructed facilities that enable our professionals to share resources across the entire campus, making our services and programs much more efficient. There’s no better way to illustrate the scope of our programs and services than by giving an overview of the Houston SPCA campus.
The Annie White Graham Wildlife Center provides specially designed facilities for temporary housing, care, and rehabilitation of native birds, mammals, and reptiles.
The Outdoor Wildlife Complex allows for the rehabilitation of native birds in mews and flight cages meeting all US Fish & Wildlife requirements.
The Rescue Arena serves as a staging area for large-scale rescues, oils spill, and disaster response, as well as space to exercise and rehabilitate horses.
The Animal Medical Center accommodates our veterinary medical program where animals in our care are triaged, treated and rehabilitated.
Our Veterinary Student Residence uniquely allows Texas A&M fourth-year veterinary students to reside on campus during their powerful, immersive learning opportunity: a required two-week Shelter Medicine rotation.
The Dr. Amy Alexander Equine Care Center provides a safe and healthy environment for horses to recover from cruelty and prepare for placements into new homes.
The Carruth Education Center hosts humane education workshops, volunteer training, camps, and other gatherings in a sizeable multi-purpose building.
The Ann Slemons Young Animal Center was designed to increase adoptions by better showcasing adoptable cats, dogs, and other companion animals in engaging ways to prospective adopters.
The Fast Fred Cemo and Ranger Peabody Dog Parks offer a pet-friendly space for visitors at the new campus.
The David Smyth Administration Center increases operational efficiency and performance with an essential area for staff.
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Our mission is carried out 100% by donations.
Please considering helping us help more animals today.