More Than 500 Fort Worth Shelter Pets Could Finally Find Homes At 'Mega Adoption Event'There will be hundreds of tails wagging at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth this weekend. The adoption fee is $10.
Fort Worth Animal Shelter Experiencing 'Intense Overcapacity Situation'The Fort Worth Animal Shelter is calling on people to foster pets as they've taken in 266 animals in the past four days.
Fort Worth Animal Shelter Now At Capacity; Offering $10 AdoptionsAdoptions include spay/neuter, shots, license and microchip.
Fort Worth Animal Shelter Offering Free Adoptions, Shelter Is FullThe Fort Worth Animal Shelter is hosting a Black Friday Adoption Event this holiday weekend - Friday, Saturday and Sunday – November 24, 25 and 26.
Special Task Force Hears Complaints About Fort Worth ShelterA special task force will listen to complaints from animal lovers tonight about conditions at Fort Worth's animal shelter.
Puppy Tossed Out Car Window Needs A New HomeThe Fort Worth Animal Shelter is looking for a new home for little Lilly, who was tossed out of a car window at the shelter.
Fort Worth Starts First Ever Animal Foster Care ProgramWith animal shelters filling up, the City of Fort Worth is taking an unusual step to keep homeless pets alive. As part of a new program, one woman has become the city's first animal foster care home.
Fort Worth Animal Shelter At Capacity, Adoption Fees LoweredThe Fort Worth Animal Shelter is at capacity. The city confirmed that on Monday 20 animals were euthanized – the highest number of animals put down so far this year.
Blood Donation Turns Dogs Into Best BudsWhen Cyrus, a Pit Bull mix, arrived at the Fort Worth animal shelter his left front leg was a mess.
Fort Worth Animal Shelter Plans Public Lottery For 'Freeway' She now has a name. Freeway, the eight-week-old kitten rescued by Fort Worth police Wednesday night from a west side highway, will be put up for adoption next week in a public lottery.
City Breaks Ground On First-Of-A-Kind Animal ShelterFort Worth broke ground Wednesday on a new building that could save hundreds of stray animals every year. It's a way of treating sick animals in a crowded shelter that the city believes is groundbreaking in its concept.