SPCA of Brazoria County

Leading Brazoria County to a time when there are no more homeless pets.

Save Infant Kittens. We need your help today!

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Nothing is cuter than a newborn kitten. . . unfortunately, nothing is more vulnerable either. We are working hard 24 hours/day, 7 days/week to save the lives of these fragile infant kittens. These kittens come to us abandoned, sick, cold, hungry, and alone. We feed them, treat them for illness and injury, warm them, and love them. Some come to us as orphans, some come in with their mothers, and some are born in the shelter. We need YOUR help to save them all. We must buy kitten milk replacer, heating pads, nursing bottles, canned cat food, feeding syringes, pelleted litter, wire crates, and more. Once they are old enough to be adopted, they must be dewormed, spayed and neutered, and vaccinated before they can go to their forever homes. Some will need further veterinary care. We are inundated with kittens right now, and we desperately need your help. Your donation today will save a life this week! Without your help, we cannot save our most fragile shelter pets. Please donate and share. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.


So what makes us think we will be successful with our #NKBC2020 campaign to create a No Kill community for ALL of Brazoria County? And what exactly does No Kill mean?

No Kill ≠ No Euthanasia. The word euthanasia comes from the Greek for “good death.” To us, this means we reserve euthanasia for two situations: 1. when it is needed in order to give an animal relief from suffering that we cannot mitigate, or 2. when it is needed for an animal that is so aggressive that despite our attempts to rehabilitate, we cannot safely release that animal back out to the public.

We believe that killing pets that are healthy, or have treatable injuries/illnesses or rehabilitatable aggression, is exactly that: killing. We believe that every pet is an individual, worthy of love and a home.

Why do we know that we can create a No Kill community for all of Brazoria County? Because we have already had success in taking our local communities of Freeport, Clute, and Lake Jackson from a dismal 22% Save Rate to a 95% Save Rate.

We know how to do this. But saving animals takes SPACE and MONEY. That’s why we need your support to build a Community Pet Center to give us the space we need to save more lives.

This chart shows our stats as of January 31, 2017. Our stats are organized by our budget year which starts October 1 and ends September 30.

To donate, mail a check to SPCA-BC, Build Love A Home, PO Box 485, Lake Jackson, TX 77566 or donate online at BuildLoveAHome.com by clicking on the “Donate Now” button.

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