Humane Society Adoption is May 12 at First Colony Mall

Here’s a coincidence your should paws to consider: On Sunday, May 12 – Mother’s Day – First Colony Mall is hosting the Houston Humane Society’s pet adoption.

The organization will be at the shopping center from 12 to 4 p.m. with six to eight dogs in a variety of sizes and breeds that are available for adoption. One just might be perfect for Mom.

Because all dogs from the Humane Society are neutered or spayed, current on all vaccinations, including Rabies, and are micro chipped, there’s no hassle for mom. Plus, each dog will have a Rabies tag and certificate.

Individuals interested in adopting a homeless pet animal must meet the requirements of the organization.

Adoption fees

• Dogs 25 pounds or under; or six months of age or younger – $125 per dog

• Dogs 26 pounds or more; and older than six months – $95 per dog

The Houston Humane Society adoption booth will be near Apple and Pottery Barn.

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1 Comment for “Humane Society Adoption is May 12 at First Colony Mall”

  1. No Kill Houston

    We are glad to see that the Houston Humane Society is doing an offsite adoption event, however since the Kill Rate at Houston Humane is over 85%, one would think that they would do much, much more to get more animals adopted instead of killing the vast majority of them.

    Taking 8 dogs to a 4 hour adoption event, once in awhile is clearly not enough—and does nothing at all to help the thousands of cats that they kill each year.

    Even though this facility does not have to be an Open Admission facility, they continue to take in animals instead of saying no when kennels are full. They continue taking in animals even though it means that they kill animals already in their possession. Since they continue to do this, this facility absolutely should be doing offsite adoptions, EVERY SINGLE DAY OF THE WEEK, all over the city.

    Since they do not, we think it is pretty clear that saving all healthy and treatable pets is not their top priority.

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