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    Houston Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Houston SPCA)

    For eighty years the Houston SPCA has been an open door, a safe haven and defender for all animals. We have consistently placed more animals into loving permanent, responsible homes than all other area shelters combined.

    For the past eighty years, the Houston SPCA has been a leader in animal protection. While we have moved from Preston to Jackson Street to Studemont Street to Portway Drive, no matter where we have been, animals have been the first priority of the Houston SPCA.

    In this, our eightieth year, we have been faced with new challenges. The mission of the Houston SPCA is to promote commitment to and respect for all animals and to free them from suffering, abuse and exploitation. One way we accomplish this mission is to accept all animals in need. The doors of the Houston SPCA are always open to all animals in need and no animal is ever turned away. The Houston SPCA is an open door animal shelter; we accept animals in need.

    No animal is turned away due to species, size, or health. The doors of the Houston SPCA are open to domestic, farm, exotic and wild animals.
    900 Portway Dr.
    Houston , 77024
    Contact Person: Houston Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Houston SPCA)
    Phone: 713-869-SPCA (7722)
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