Katy Community ‘Chip Clinic & Fort Bend Pets Alive! Succeed in Helping 70+ Local Pets Get Microchipped

Katy Community ‘Chip Clinic (KCCC) in partnership with Fort Bend Pets Alive! is proud to announce that just over 70 local family pets were microchipped at its last event, at Whole Foods Market Katy. The group offered $10 microchipping with lifetime registration; community lost and found and pet safety information; and pet adoptions through local rescues. KCCC is proud to have partnered with Fort Bend Pets Alive! for this effort. Fort Bend Pets Alive! is dedicated to delivering solutions that can make Fort Bend County a no-kill community through programs…

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New Program’s Mission To Reduce the Number of Animals Entering Shelters

Thinking about getting rid of your pet? You may want to check out this website first: www.HelpMeKeepMyPet.com. The site’s mission is to reduce the number of animals entering into our shelters by providing education and resources to those who need them. Sometimes it is as simple as buying a bag of food or paying a pet deposit! Help Me Keep My Pet was spearheaded by Texas Litter Control in partnership with Montgomery County Animal Shelter, The Montgomery County Spay Neuter Project, and the Bruce Kapp Animal Fund. The help desk…

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Alley Cat Allies Offers Five Tips to Help Kittens This Spring

As springtime begins so does “kitten season” – when babies are born to cats who have not yet been spayed or neutered. People don’t always know the best way to help these kittens. Sometimes taking home a kitten found outdoors is the best way to help and sometimes it’s best to leave them outdoors with mom – it all depends on the situation. “If you come across a kitten outdoors, you may be tempted to bring her home with you, but that may not be the best thing for the…

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