When Michelle Gregory saw the devastation that followed Hurricane Harvey’s landfall – especially all of the displaced animals – she found a way to jump on a plane from California and travel here to help. Having worked in animal sheltering for the SPCA for five years, and then most recently at a private veterinary practice […]
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When Harvey hit and unprecedented flooding consumed the greater Houston area, we felt helpless. We have always wanted to foster, but decided putting it off until after we were married was our best bet. But when the storm hit, we decided fostering was a tangible way to help – and we could no longer wait […]
I promised myself that I wouldn’t take in another foster dog until after my sister’s September wedding. My previous foster dog, Kate Spade, was adopted in 13 days and I was still following the foster high that many of us feel when our babies are adopted to good homes. Last week Jess sent me a […]
Houston Pets Alive volunteer Caitie had to be rescued from her home in Meyerland, but not before she made an unexpected friend.
Jeff thought he was prepared for Hurricane Harvey. He did everything that was suggested to do and was ready to wait out the storm in his home in Texas City. Unfortunately as the rain came down, his precious 14-year old dog Dallas passed away from natural causes in his flooded-in home. Jeff was inconsolable at […]