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Hurricane Harvey Resources

How to Stay Safe

As Hurricane Harvey impacts the Houston area, we want to make sure all those affected are safe and with their pets. We’ve compiled a list of resources below to help you find support during the next few months and beyond.

Call Us

Trupanion is always there to help any policyholders who have been affected by Hurricane Harvey. If you have any questions, please give us a call anytime at 855.600.7065 and we can help. We’re open 24/7, 365.

Help For Pets

The following organizations are accepting donations and supplies to help pets who have been affected by Harvey. If you have any veterinary hospitals or pet organizations to add to the list, please comment below.

SPCA of Texas
Accepting: monetary donations

Austin Pets Alive
Accepting: supplies, monetary donations

Houston SPCA
Accepting: monetary donations

Animal Defense League of Texas
Accepting: monetary donations

4 Paws Farm
Accepting: monetary donations, dog crates (sm, med, lg), cat carriers, food and water bowls

Seattle Humane Society, taking in pets from Texas shelters
Accepting: monetary donations, wishlist supplies

Lost and Found Pets – Houston Metro

Lost and Found Pets – Corpus Christi/Coastal Bend

Pet-Friendly Shelters

The following shelters in the Houston area are pet-friendly:

County Name of Location Address City
Harris Copperfield Church 8350 Hwy 6 North Houston
Fort Bend B.F. Terry High School 5500 Avenue N. Rosenberg
Fort Bend Gallery Furniture Grand Parkway 7227 W. Grand Parkway South Richmond
Montgomery St. Simon and Jude Catholic Church 26777 Glen Loch Drive The Woodlands
Montgomery Magnolia High School 14350 FM 1488 Magnolia
Montgomery First Baptist Church 401 Oxford St. Tomball
Montgomery College Park High School 3701 College Park Dr. The Woodlands
Montgomery Church Project 295 Sawdust Rd. The Woodlands
Fort Bend Constellation Field 1 Stadium Drive Sugar Land

You can find more information from the Texas Animal Health Commission, including the contact information for all the animal holding facilities and shelters in the area. They’re urging people to call first to inquire about availability.


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