Animal Control


Fort Worth 10-Year-Old’s Committment Saves Kitten

Several neighbors say they heard strange noises coming from a manhole in a Fort Worth neighborhood, but it took a 10-year-old boy’s curiosity to investigate it and get a trapped kitten out of the gutter.


(credit: Parker Co. Sheriff's Office)

Arrest After Infant & Dogs Found In Squalid Conditions

Living conditions at one Parker County house were so bad that nearly 60 dogs were seized and Child Protective Services was called concerning the welfare of a 1-year-old baby.


A bobcat found in The Lakes neighborhood in Frisco (Kimberly Hall Alexander)

Early Spring Bringing Bobcats Into Frisco Subdivision

Kimberly Alexander had just started her car when she noticed something out of the corner of her eye, “It was big! He was hovering above my bushes.”


Photo Credit: Kyla Dell

Missing Cats Leaving Volunteers’ Heads Scratching

Animal advocates in Fort Worth want to know what happened to a colony of feral cats that lived in Trinity Park.


Wild hogs dig at the Santa Fe Zoo in Medellin, Colombia. (credit: RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images)

Feral Hogs Escape Fort Worth Slaughterhouse

Fort Worth animal control officers scrambled through a north side neighborhood after about 30 feral hogs escaped from a slaughterhouse.


(credit: VIKTOR DRACHEV/AFP/Getty Images)

Dallas Working To Become “No Kill” City For Shelter Animals

“Last year in the city of Dallas, we euthanized 20,000 animals. That’s just an incredible number. We have to put an end to that.”


Saginaw 3-year-old Colton Coursey came face-to-face with a coyote. (credit: CBSDFW.COM)

3-Year-Old Comes Face-To-Face With A Coyote

Quick action by a Saginaw couple saved their son from a coyote.


A coyote walks through a park. (credit: Getty Images/David McNew)

Neighbors Wary After Coyote Attacks & Kills Fort Worth Pet

Residents in one north Fort Worth neighborhood are concerned, after a coyote attacked and killed a family’s toy poodle. The attack happened one day after the city issued a coyote warning.