The Houston Humane Society (HHS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to ending cruelty, abuse and the overpopulation of animals while providing the highest quality of life to those in their care. It provides numerous animal welfare programs for Houston area residents and their pets, including pet adoptions, humane education, R.A.I.D.E.R. cruelty investigations, and Houston’s only $30 spay and neuter clinic.
Members of the community can help the HHS through donating in cash via this LINK. Interested parties can also donate items such as clinic needs (rubbing alcohol, first aid kits, latex gloves, bleach, etc.), livestock needs (feed, dust pans, hay), towels, leashes/collars, small rugs, kitten food, color paper, bath mats, cat litter, copy paper, hand sanitizer, puppy food, large rugs, and dog/cat brushes.
In addition, people can also help through volunteering as a match maker, a dog walker, dog bather/groomer, cat attendant, door greeter/computer assistant, a member of the animal enrichment team, a participant in the foster home program, and as an assistant at community outreach programs.
The HHS can be reached through mail at 14700 Almeda Road., Houston, TX 77053. They can also be reached through the following phone numbers:
- Animal Cruelty: 713-433-6421, ext. 396
- Animal Wellness Clinic: 713-433-6421
- Shelter: 713-433-6421
To find out more about this group, please visit their website at http://www.houstonhumane.org/.