The Humane Society of North Texas has taken in hundreds off pets displaced by this month’s barrage of inclement weather.
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.
More than 200 animals seized from a Celina no kill animal shelter earlier this month are now clean, well fed and prepped for new lives. And it’s taken a tremendous effort to make it happen.
For information about loved ones, to locate a shelter in the areas affected by severe weather, or to make a donation, visit our storm resources page.
CBS 11 has learned that deaths and injuries of animals are going unreported in Texas.
Animal shelter volunteers in Denton have rescued a neglected 14-year-old poodle and are hoping to soon give her a new life.
Another North Texas animal shelter is facing an overcrowding crisis and is asking for public’s help.
Fort Worth has made a change to an animal control policy after two residents couldn’t get anyone to respond to a case of apparent animal cruelty.
Wildlife officials have suspended their policy of killing wild burros in West Texas as animal advocates devise a nonlethal plan to remove the animals.
The Humane Society doesn’t normally encourage holiday pet adoptions without careful consideration but feels it has no choice after many animals were received Friday.
A North Texas woman says the Humane Society of North Texas allowed her to adopt two puppies that turned out to be very sick, and then said if she returned them they may be euthanized.