hope

for no kill

Our help desk is staffed by volunteers with the goal of helping people work through the reasons they cannot keep a pet.  We need your help!  You just need a little patience, good customer service skills, and the love of animals.


CLICK HERE TO VOLUNTEER!

Our mission is to reduce the number of animals entering into our shelters by providing education and resources to those who need them.  Sometimes it is as simple as buying a bag of food or paying a pet deposit!


CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT TLC!

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Help me keep my pet is spearheaded by texas litter control in partnership with the montgomery county animal shelter, THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY SPAY NEUTER PROJECT and the  bruce kapp animal fund.

Texas Litter Control was set up to prevent unwanted litters of kittens and puppies entering into our shelters by providing low cost spay and neuter services to the general public.  This help desk is another step toward our mission!

 

Most people think that if they surrender a pet to a shelter, it gets adopted.  This is not the case.  So many animals are turned in, the shelters cannot keep up with the numbers.  It is up to YOU to help your pet not end up a statistic.

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FOR PET OWNERS

Help Me Keep My Pet!

Our Mission

Urgent Projects

YOUR LOCAL Animal Shelter is a place of absolute last resort!

This project has no funding.  We are taking donations to help with paying for pet deposits, vouchers for spaying and neutering, and providing pet food for those in need.



CLICK HERE TO DONATE!

Let's put an end to pets being killed in our Harris and Montgomery County shelters!

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The Help Me Keep My Pet help desk has been created to help pet owners in Harris, Montgomery and surrounding counties in Texas deal with the obstacles preventing them from keeping a pet.


The harsh reality is if you surrender your pet to a local animal shelter, there is a good chance it will NOT be adopted.  The number of animals put to sleep in the Montgomery and Harris County shelters is about 275 per day!  The lines of people surrendering an animal are much longer than the ones there to adopt.


Help us help you!  Let's think this through.  A little work and your pet won't have to become a sad statistic!

​​CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT HOW!