HPA! is a groundbreaking organization working to make Houston the largest no kill city in the country. Every dog and cat in our program was saved from euthanasia from a local animal shelter, and our unique lifesaving model has already offered thousands of pets a second chance. Can you help us keep the momentum going?
Here at HPA!, we rescue dogs and cats that truly have no other options. This includes newborn kittens and puppies, shy pets, those with treatable illnesses like parvo and distemper, and even dogs and cats with some behavior issues. We work as part of a community and step in for the pets who are out of time: the ones no one else could save.
During Hurricane Harvey, we committed to saving lives well beyond the normal scope of our organization- and we didn't stop when the flood waters receded. We continue to take great leaps forward to save more and more of Houston's animals, and are taking a leadership role in the fight to make Houston a better place for pets.
This spring, we launched a community cat program with Harris County Animal Services that saved hundreds of lives and meant no euthanasia of cats at the shelter for over a month! Our cutting edge treatments for distemper meant that we have been able to save dozens of sick dogs, and also to work with BARC to revamp their vaccination and disease control procedures- so we can keep more dogs safe in the future. Our bottle baby program has saved over 500 newborns in just two months, and we're only just beginning. We turned an abandoned grocery store into a fully-functioning shelter with playgroups (the first shelter in Houston to provide this awesome enrichment program for our dogs), and we are committed to serving both the pets AND the people in our community.
WE CAN'T DO THIS WITHOUT YOU. Saving lives is a community mission, and we need your help. We hope that you will adopt from us, foster a pet, and volunteer. But we also need your help in raising the necessary funds to provide the treatment and care needed to save all of these animals, because we know they deserve a second chance. Can you help us save their lives by donating (and sharing) today?