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One small step for Houston, one giant leap for no-kill 2025

Best Friends closer to opening a much-needed, and strategically important, lifesaving center in Houston.

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Looking back at Hurricane Harvey and looking forward in Houston

One year after Hurricane Harvey hit Texas, strong collaborations have been built and Best Friends has moved up the timeline for establishing a presence in Houston.

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After Harvey, a perfect storm of animal lifesaving in Harris County, Texas

Collaboration between Best Friends and coalition of 16 Houston area organizations proves that change is possible anywhere with the right spirit and leaders.

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Houston area foster homes urgently needed

Be a hero and help save lives. Open your home during kitten season to foster some of the most adorable animals you will ever meet.

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Thank you, NRG Arena!

Almost three months after Hurricane Harvey, Best Friends has wrapped up operations at the NRG Arena in Houston, after helping nearly 800 animals.

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Natural disasters and the no-kill movement

No-kill means saving shelter animals’ lives every day, as well as following disasters like Hurricane Harvey.

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Pet Reunion Pavilion opens for business

Thanks to collaborative effort, pets are ready for reunions with their families at the NRG Arena in downtown Houston after being separated by Hurricane Harvey.

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Demand Houston SPCA Save Hurricane Harvey Animals

Update: We want to be clear that our call to action regarding the HSPCA has nothing to do with the totally unsubstantiated rumors that have been floating around the internet that the HSPCA is killing animals in Beaumont.  The wild he-said-she-said gossip began on the evening of the 2nd as the HSPCA took over the management […]

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Best Friends Partners on Hurricane Harvey Rescue and Reunite Center

The Rescue and Reunite Center is up and running and housing animals who need help in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, with more arriving all the time.

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