The Empty Shelter Project is having another spay and neuter event on December 9th in La Porte, Texas where roughly 300 dogs and cats are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped at NO cost to their owners.
To make these events happen, we must have veterinarians and veterinary technicians. If you are a vet or a vet tech interested in helping us combat the issue of pet overpopulation in Houston, please send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
and we can get you signed up to help (payment is available for all vets and techs).
Even if you cannot attend this event, send an e-mail so you can be contacted for future events.
If you are not a vet or a vet tech and would like to help,
we still need more volunteers!
There are multiple shifts available both on the day of the event
and on the days leading up to the event.
The Karbach Brewing Co. has always been a friend and supporter of K-9 Angels Rescue. In the wake of Hurricane Harvey (Aug 2017) Karbach Brewing donated $10,000 to K-9 Angels as well as a percentage of sales on one of their most popular beers, Hopadilla, through the end of 2017!
Join us from 3pm to 5pm THIS Saturday September 23rd to help us show our appreciation and to continue in the celebration of Karbachtoberfest!
It’s time to sign up to volunteer
at next month’s The Empty Shelter Project’s
spay and neuter event!
When: October 7th, 2017 (Saturday)
Where: Heritage Hall
1025 Oates Rd.
Jacinto City, TX 77029
The Empty Shelter Project will be conducting a free Spay and Neuter event
at the Heritage Hall building on October 7, 2017.
The plans are to accomplish about 300 dog and cat spay and neuter surgeries.
Along with the spays and neuters, each animal will also receive
free vaccinations and a microchip. There are multiple shifts available both on the day of the event and on the days leading up to the event.
To sign up, go to the link below and follow the steps.
This is Koi. She has had a terribly lonely life. She’s learning about love – we’re letting her get used to us all at her pace. She tentatively came up to see me this morning. I knelt down and she nuzzled me. It’s these little things that let me know rescue is worth it.
We are in the funds gathering phase of our biggest, annual fundraiser, Strut Your Mutt (SYM). Every dollar we raise goes back to help dogs like Koi.
Please help us help them. Donate to our SYM Team effort –>>> Bit.ly/tanksmom
NOTE: Checks, or online at my bit.ly/ (above), are the only way your donation will go toward our SYM team’s goal. Paypal donations will NOT help fund our goal.
Checks may be mailed U.S.P.S. to: 9415 Winsome Lane – Houston TX 90063
dropped off, in person, on Saturdays & Sundays at the Adoption Center
during open hours of: SAT 10a-6p and SUN 11a-3:30p
—– 1215 W. 19th St Houston TX 77008 —–
Do you want to know the simplest way to keep pets out of overcrowded shelters?
Help families keep their pets at home, by sharing great opportunities like this:
Houston’s city animal shelter, BARC, is offering FREE spay/neuter, FREE rabies vaccination, FREE microchip, and a FREE City of Houston license. You must live within the City of Houston limits to qualify- bring a current ID and a bill with a City of Houston address.
The lines will be long on Saturday, but if you don’t get in that day, all overflow clients will receive a voucher for future use. #spayneuter #adoptdontshop
Brian Yeager and Natalie Freed enjoying last year’s Strut Your Mutt event
with (from left) foster dogs, Puff and Jiggly Puff,
who have since been adopted and are now K-9 Angels alums.
Bring your best friend to Strut Your Mutt: Enjoy a leisurely fundraising dog walk with (or without) your dog, followed by a doggie-themed festival that includes pet contests, photos, doggie goodies, fun activities for you and your furry friend, food, refreshments and more, all for a great cause – helping homeless pets.
Kate Thomson, who lives in Tanglewood with her husband Andrew,
with foster dog Leilani, who recently found her forever home.
One local team you can consider joining is K-9 Angels Rescue, a dog rescue group located in the West U area, which has saved more than 2,200 dogs from shelters and from the streets since early 2012. K-9 Angels is an all-breed, all-condition rescue group and the money they raise will be used to continue to grow their adoptions programs and spay/neuter services.
K-9 Angels is particularly close to my heart, since that’s where my husband and I adopted our sweet pup, Yogi, from just about a year ago.
K-9 Angels foster and Tanglewood resident Barb Koston,
holding Fifi on the left
(now named Gracie by her adoptive family)
and Caroline on the right (now named Jingle by her adoptive family).
These pups were found in a backyard after a fire burned down their house.
See information about joining K-9 Angels Strut Your Mutt team. Last year, K-9 Angels raised more than $68,000, coming in second in overall fundraised among all of the Houston rescues that participated.
Plus, learn more about becoming a foster. K-9 Angels is a 100 percent volunteer and foster-run nonprofit and they’re always seeking additional foster homes to be able to save more dogs. All K-9 Angels dogs stay with foster homes during the week and are available for adoption every Saturday and Sunday at 5533 Weslayan (next to Chuck-E-Cheese).
– See more at: http://thebuzzmagazines.com/articles/2015/10/strut-your-mutt-cause#sthash.QddUiVMp.dpuf