Humane Society of North Texas
Cats aren’t known for swimming, but recently dozens of them at the North Texas Humane Society found themselves trying to get to higher ground.
The Humane Society of North Texas has a wide variety of animals for adoption this summer. JD Ryan is Around Town with an animal friend even an Ogre could love.
Keller woman’s dogs got away and were adopted out by a shelter.
Tucker was brought to HSNT after someone found him limping on the side of Interstate 35 in Alvarado.
The Humane Society of North Texas is offering a way to spay and neuter your pets for free starting today. JD Ryan is Around Town with the de-TAILS
Flooding across North Texas has created a desperate situation at area animal shelters. Right now, the Humane Society of North Texas has more than 500 pets that need homes.
When storms hit North Texas, pets are sometimes separated from their families. That’s when the folks from the Humane Society of North Texas begin looking for new forever homes.
Thirty-two donkeys, originally from North Texas and set for death at a Mexican slaughterhouse, are back home and safe.
After the plight of dozens of donkeys went viral, an animal lover steps in, secures homes for half the group and gets help from the Humane Society of North Texas to care for the remaining animals.
Volunteers are working to catch feral cats that have taken over a FW apartment complex.
A dog owner in Wood County has handed over 100 neglected dogs, apparently too overwhelmed to care for them. Now 38 of those dogs are in North Texas waiting to be adopted.
A pony, who is getting treatment for burns after shielding her foal in a barn fire, is still not out of the woods, but veterinarians are optimistic about her prognosis.