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Thank you for your interest in adopting a pet! You can view all available pets here. Adoptions are completed in person at the shelter on a first come, first served basis. Find the step-by-step process here, along with more information on adopting at pet a League City Animal Care!
We would love for you to get involved at League City Animal Care! There are many rewarding ways to support the shelter, ranging from Volunteering to providing a temporary home to a shelter pet by becoming a LCAC Foster! You can also support our shelter animals and our programs by donating!
While League City Animal Care’s Animal Protection Officers work primarily with domestic pets, they will also work with local rehabbers and transporters to help injured or orphaned wildlife or wildlife that is inside a human dwelling. Learn more about wildlife here. Please note that officers will not respond to calls to remove healthy wildlife from their natural habitat.
Most animals are found close to home (on average, just a few houses away!) and a neighbor has a MUCH higher chance of helping a pet get home to their family than a shelter does. If you’re able to hold onto a stray pet temporarily while you look for the owner, you’re upping the odds that they’ll find their family while also helping shelters save space for sick or injured animals most in need! Learn more about how to help lost pets here.
We offer a Home to Home program that allows pet owners to place their pet in a new loving home themselves! We also have several programs in place designed to help you keep your pet instead of surrendering them to a shelter. Learn more about these programs and rehoming a pet here.
Yes, our municipal ordinance requires that all dogs, cats, and ferrets over three months of age be registered with the City and wear a City registration tag. To register your pet, please visit the shelter during business hours with a current rabies certificate. Learn more about pet registration and other pet-related ordinances here.