Do you love to cuddle puppies and kittens, dote on dogs and cats, provide post-operative care for canines and felines and teach a four-legged foster friend what snuggling is all about? If you’re looking for a rewarding way to make a difference in animals’ lives within the comfort of your own home, then iFoster, the SPCA of Texas’ Foster Program, is just the thing for you, and for them!
Fight Animal Cruelty
The SPCA of Texas' Rescue and Investigations Department receives an average of 5,000 calls each year from people who have seen or know about cases of animal cruelty. The SPCA of Texas rescues about 1,300 animals in distress each year in eight North Texas counties.
Designed for children in kindergarten through sixth grade our PetEd program employs animals (when available) as “teacher’s aides” to offer creative lessons in English, Geography, History, and Math, as well as pet responsibility, bite prevention and the 10 Acts of Kindness.
Our three low-cost, high quality spay/neuter and animal wellness clinics in North Texas are there for people who may not otherwise be able to afford care for their four-legged family members.
The SPCA of Texas is a managed intake organization, meaning that we do not euthanize for lack of space and we do not place time limits on the animals in our care. Happy, healthy pets stay with us as long as it takes to find them a home.
Animal Care and Control Groups in North Texas
If you have lost a pet, the SPCA of Texas recommends that you contact the Animal Care and Control agency closest to where your pet became lost.