Please adopt me! Montgomery County animal shelter is overcapacity
HOUSTON (CW39) Officials at the Montgomery County Animal Shelter are asking the public to come and adopt some of their animals because the shelter is overcapacity.
Refuge officials say they have nearly 800 animals in the shelter and they are in dire need of removing these animals.
As an open shelter, they continue to receive dogs and cats on a daily basis. Since June 1 alone, the refuge has welcomed more than 660 animals! Even with existing foster homes, rescues, transportation and adoptions, shelter officials say they can’t keep up. They need adopters, foster families and rescue partners MONDAYS – especially for medium and large dogs and cats, according to the shelter.
MCAS waives all pet adoption fees in an effort to bring pets to loving homes and open up much-needed kennel space. All adoptable animals will have been vaccinated, dewormed, microchipped and sterilized or sterilized.
The shelter is open every day from 11:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for adoptions.
The shelter also asks people to consider a foster family, as this also frees up space in the kennel. They ask new and existing host families to contact our host family coordinator at [email protected] about placement opportunities.
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