Dallas Animal Services Reduces Adoption Fees... PermanentlyDogs are now adoptable for $45 (down from $85) and cats can be adopted for $35 (down from $55).
News Now: Beverage Company Merger & Feral Cat ControversyWe're taking a look at the merger of Dr Pepper Snapple and Keurig Green Mountain. Also, some residents in North Richland Hills have been overrun with feral cats. See how it's dividing neighbors.
Cat Controversy Divides Neighbors In North Richland HillsA North Texas neighborhood says it's overrun with feral cats and one woman is to blame.
'SHAME ON YOU': Cats Reportedly Abandoned Outside Shelter In Freezing ColdAccording to the Cooper Country Humane Society, in a Facebook post which has now been taken down, a cat and two kittens were left in an uncovered cage outside the Houghton shelter in four-degree weather.
Flea-Borne Typhus Cases Now In North TexasFleas on pets and wild critters, like possums, won’t make animals sick, but they could send you to the hospital.
New Study Finds Dogs Are Brainier Than CatsThere's a new twist in the argument of which is smarter between dogs and cats.
Don’t Give Your Pet the Bird!The SPCA of Texas is reminding pet owners of some Thanksgiving safety tips for their furry family members.
SPCA In Dallas Gives Harvey Evacuees A Place For Their PetsA pair of pets named Pimpy and Bebe arrived Tueday afternoon from the storm-ravaged Houston area at an evacuee animal shelter in Dallas.
123 Coastal Cats Evacuated To SPCA Of Texas Right Meow!One-hundred-twenty-three cats from a shelter in Corpus Christie are on their way to the SPCA of Texas as Hurricane Harvey heads toward their town. 
Paws Up For International Cat DayCat lovers rejoice. Tuesday is International Cat Day, a celebration that takes place every year on August 8 as a way to recognize one of the most popular pets on the planet.
Pets Do Not Benefit Kids' Health, Study FindsDogs and cats have no "significant" impact on children's mental and physical health, according to a new study by the Rand Corporation.
Cruelty Charges For Texas Woman After 100+ Animals RescuedA North Texas woman has been charged with animal cruelty after more than 100 cats and dogs were rescued from her home.

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