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Do you need help?

Did you find a pet cat or kittens?

And you don't know where to go?

Found a stray pet? Please take the pet to a local vet to scan for a microchip. Please also post it on Petco LoveLost which helps reunite missing pets with their people using facial recognition software, just by uploading a photo of the found pet. Then create an alert on Nextdoor, Facebook, and via email. 


If you cannot find the owner, these organizations can help you out:

If you are located in the city of Houston you can call BARC. Please call 311 or 713.229.7300 option 3 animal control. You can also visit their website: Houston BARC

If you are located in Unincorporated Harris County please call Harris County Pets at  281.999.3191. You can also visit their website: Harris County Pets

There are also private shelters in the Houston area that can help out: Citizens for Animal ProtectionHouston Human Society, Houston SPCA

For a list of shelters in your area please visit:
24 Pet Connect, Pet finder, Friends 4 Life

Did you find a cat/kitten?
And don't know what to do?

Did you find a cat/kitten? What do you need to do first? Before you bring a cat inside, please read this very important information leaflet with all the information you need. Here is a link:

Here are a few videos that will help:
What to do if you found a kitten

- Feral Felines & kittens found outdoors

- If you see a cat outside... watch this

- Why you should support 'kill' shelters

Do you need vet care for your pets?

If you need low-cost veterinary services including spay & neuter for your pets, please contact Laurel’s House (  They have a walk-in clinic that is open from 10am-2pm every day.  Their email is

Harris County Pets offers a low cost pet wellness clinic to help pet owners keep their pets healthy.  The clinic is staffed by a licensed veterinarian. Click here to view all services and prices: Harris County Pet Clinic

Texas Litter Control offers low cost veterinarian services: vaccinations, wellness services and spay/neuter services in Spring, Tomball and Humble, Texas.

If you are homeless or a Veteran and need emergency vet care, please call the 24-hour hotline of Feeding Pets of the Homeless ( at 775-841-7463 and ask for support.

Did you find an injured animal??

If you see an animal in danger or distress, contact the Houston SPCA Injured Animal Rescue Ambulance by calling 713-880-HELP (4357).


An animal is injured or ill if a physical wound is visible or he/she cannot stand/walk/function as normal. An animal is in distress if he or she is trapped, for example in a sewer, or unable to feed on their own, such as a newborn animal.

The animal will be taken to the Houston SPCA where our veterinary team will provide an examination and determine the best course of treatment. We scan every animal who comes into our care for a microchip

Are you a victim of domestic violence and need boarding for your pet?

Contact one of the Family Violence Shelters listed here for a referral to Houston PetSet’s boarding program. 

You can also for additional questions. 

Can I give the cat/kittens
I found to WKC?

At this time, WKC is not able to accept strays, owner surrenders or other animals from the public. We only work with private and government shelters. WKC is not an adoption program. None of the animals you see on our website or social media are available for adoption.

Did you lose or find a pet?

Petco LoveLost helps reunite lost pets with their families. You will enter a photo of your missing/found pet and Petco searches their national lost and found pet database to find them. Petco LoveLost


Do you need to spay/neuter your pets?

If you need low-cost spay & neuter services for your pets, please contact Laurel’s House (  They have a walk-in clinic that is open from 10am-2pm every day. Their email is

Texas Litter Control offers low cost veterinarian services spay/neuter services in Spring, Tomball and Humble, Texas.

Houston PetSet is currently offering FREE spay/neuter, vaccines and microchips to City of Houston residents. You can check your eligibility on the website.

Emancipet offers low cost care including sterilization, vaccines, microchips and more but cannot treat sick animals.  Appointments are required. Located in southeast and northwest Houston


SNAP Offers low-cost wellness and spay/neuter services; appointments required.  Locations in central Houston and Pasadena

Do you need help trapping/sterilizing a free-roaming friendly or feral cat?

Texas Litter Control
offers a “community cat package” for $65 that includes sterilization, vaccines, ear-tipping and ear mite treatment. Make an appointment online OR a limit of 2 cats/household/day without an appointment is ok.  Cat must be in humane traps. Locations in north and northwest Houston.


Houston Humane Society 
Feral cat package for up to 2 cats/household/visit; no appointment necessary and surgery is done 7 days/week. All ferals must be in a humane trap; arrive 8-9:30am; $80/cats and include sterilization, vaccines and ear-tipping.

Traps are available and can be reserved by emailing BARC has limited number of traps available and MUST be reserved ahead of time.


There is no cost to reserve a trap, but a credit card form must be completed and if the trap is not returned within 30 days a credit card will be charged

If you are looking to trap and have a preferred day you would like to bring a cat in for surgery you can schedule a surgery appointment for a feral cat by emailing .


appointments are made via email: No charge for surgery or to borrow traps. Cats are also vaccinated, treated for ear mites and fleas and ear-tipped.


The Greater Good

Appointments for Sat-Sun-Mon required but let them know you are trapping; $65-90/cat. Located in west Houston



$89 sterilization for cats; appointments are required; no walk-ins and feral cats need to be in humane traps 



  • We are DEDICATED in our task to support the kittens in the foster families

  • We are FOCUSSED ON LEARNING from every experience

  • We are SHARING our knowledge and insights with the foster families

  • We are OPEN TO CHANGE and accept new tasks and challenges

  • We are CARING towards our kittens and the foster families

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