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.
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.
K-9 Angels Rescue went to help clean up at HCPH for the second time yesterday. We were so surprised when Miranda Lambert’s Mutt Nation arrived at HCPH. They took 71 dogs! It allowed the staff to get the shelter extra clean and ready for hurricane relief. Thank you to everyone who helped!
Just because we’re in the middle of a hurricane, doesn’t mean the animal shelters can shut down. Harris County animal shelter put out a plea for volunteers to help, so 4 of us from K-9 Angels Rescue – Houston, TX showed up this morning to clean. Best way to get over my hurricane hangover
Instead of hunkering down at home with their families, the shelter has a skeleton crew to care for and monitor the cats and dogs stuck there during this bad weather. The staff even has several people spending the night at the shelter every night until the storm passes. If that’s not dedication, I don’t know what is. I don’t know many people that would be willing to do that, yet they were all smiles, as usual, because these animals are their passion.
The amazing HCPH staff cares so much for these homeless, unwanted, discarded and forgotten animals, but we can’t get cats adopted at all. The adoption fee is $0 this month. They’re free. Fully vetted – fixed, chipped, vaccinated.
65 cats are ready to go. Nobody wants them. They literally can’t give them away.
Please tell your friends to go adopt a cat and save a life. It’s heartbreaking seeing these beautiful animals counting down their days in such a terrifying place. Because the truth is that there won’t be space to hold them forever. And more just keep coming in.
If we can get on the road in the morning, we’re going to clean again. If you’re a current HCPH volunteer, we’d love you to come help. It’s the least we can do.
By Melissa Carson
with Mary Tipton, Natalie Freed Yeager, Randall Kissling, April Herrera, Kiersten Thoma