Are you considering surrendering your pet to a local shelter? Did you know that Montgomery and Harris county shelters kill approximately 275 animals per day. A shelter should be the absolute last resort for someone trying to give up a pet.
Let us try and help you address whatever issue you are facing which is causing you to have to give up your pet. Texas Litter Control is not a shelter and we will not take your pet. We are offering advice that you might not have thought of in hopes we can help you keep your pet. If you need help rehoming your pet, it will take time. Please do not contact us if you need to get rid of your pet immediately. We have no way to help you and we will not answer the request.
This service is staffed by volunteers. Our volunteers will try and help you work out whatever issue you are having that is causing you to have to give up your pet. Please do not make threats about harming animals. People threatening to harm animals will be reported to law enforcement immediately.
All submissions are reviewed and answered depending upon the urgency. All emails will be responded to within 3 business days.
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It will likely be killed! Very few cats get out of shelters and many healthy strays belong to several families. Contact us and ask about the Community Cats Program. We will help you get the cat fixed so you don't end up with a thousand of them.
Outside cats keep away snakes and vermin. If you remove a cat from its environment, other cats will move in. The average lifespan of an outdoor cat is 3 years.