A Texas Humane Heroes is not an open intake facility. Texas Humane Heroes gets all of our animals from shelters throughout Texas that are often forced to euthanize for space. Please contact the local intake shelter for the area where you found the stray.

i Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter
pets.wilco.org | 512-943-3322

ii Austin Animal Center
http://www.austintexas.gov/department/aac | Dial 311

iii City of Georgetown Animal Shelter
https://pets.georgetown.org/ | 512-930-3592

iv Killeen Animal Services
https://www.killeentexas.gov/233/Animal-Services | 254-526-4455

v Bell County Animal Shelter
https://www.bellcountytx.com/county_government/sheriff/animal_shelter.php | 254-933-6780

A Did you adopt the pet from TXHH? Then, yes!

i If it has been less than 30 days from adoption, you may return the pet anytime during business hours.

ii If it has been more than 30 days since adoption, you must make an appointment with our Intake Manager.
512-260-3602 ext. 113 | ccravey@txhh.org

B If you did not adopt the pet from Texas Humane Heroes, unfortunately no. Texas Humane Heroes is not an open intake facility. TXHH gets all of our animals from shelters throughout Texas that are often forced to euthanize for space. Please contact your local intake shelter.

i Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter
https://pets.wilco.org/ | 512-943-3322

ii Austin Animal Center
http://www.austintexas.gov/department/aac | Dial 311

iii City of Georgetown Animal Shelter
https://pets.georgetown.org/ | 512-930-3592

iv Killeen Animal Services
https://www.killeentexas.gov/233/Animal-Services/ | 254-526-4455

v Bell County Animal Shelter
https://www.bellcountytx.com/county_government/sheriff/animal_shelter.php | 254-933-6780

A Texas Humane Heroes (EIN 74-2069592) is a no kill, private, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. Established in 1979, we support communities throughout the entire state of Texas and assist outside our state with natural disaster relocation efforts, such as Hurricane Harvey. We pull dogs and cats into our program from overcrowded shelters that are often forced to euthanize for space. Last year, we pulled 2,804 dogs and cats into Texas Humane Heroes from 42 shelters in 28 counties.

B Texas Humane Heroes also provides spay/neuter clinics four times a week and monthly low-cost vaccination clinics

A We have locations in Leander and Killeen, Texas.

A Our modest adoption fees help us care for our animals and continue our life saving efforts. Click here for pricing and to learn what is included with adoption.

A You can check out our adoptable dogs and cats by clicking here or by visiting one of our adoption centers in person. For all other adoption requirements, click here.

A Texas Humane Heroes has both dogs and cats for adoption. We have dogs and cats of all ages and sizes! Click here to see our adoptable pets.

A Thank you for taking the steps to help this animal! Texas Humane Heroes does not have animal control or animal protection officers, so you will need to contact your local county animal control and police. The ASPCA provides a lot of great information on how to recognize and report animal cruelty and neglect: https://www.aspca.org/take-action/report-animal-cruelty.

A Thank you for your interest in getting involved with our organization! Click here to learn how to become a volunteer/ foster.

A No. Texas Humane Heroes is a no-kill adoption organization that does not and will not euthanize for space.

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