Help save Texas wildlife, donate dog and cat food

The SPCA’s Texas Wildlife Center in Houston needs dog and cat food because they tend to care for many late-season infant and adult mammals. Each year, more than 12,000 injured or orphaned wild animals are brought to the rescue and rehabilitation facility.

According to a social media post for a non-profit organization asking about dog and cat food: “The type and brand don’t matter, open bags are just fine! “

  • 🦉 Scroll down for 4 more ways to support the Texas Wildlife Center

Donations can be dropped any day of the week at the Wildlife Center or if you purchase food online, it can be shipped directly to them. The address for both in-person and online deliveries is 7007 Old Katy Rd. Houston, TX 77024.


Four more ways to help

  • Make a financial contribution The Wildlife Center is based on donations only and does not receive any city, state or federal funding according to their website. Donations to a nonprofit organization are tax deductible. You can donate here.
  • Uses a smile. amazon.com When shopping on Amazon – Choose Wildlife Center of Texas as the charity of your choice in the settings on your Amazon app.
  • Donate other items used by wildlife rehabilitation professionals to care for injured and orphaned native Texas wildlife – Examples of other items required at a wildlife center include: Parrot seeds, unsalted nuts (outside the shell), Pedialyte, paper towels, bleach, used bath towels, grocery store gift cards and pet supplies, and newspapers (not glossy pages). For more items that can be donated, click here.
  • Participate in the organization’s annual fundraising for the golf tournament The 2021 event will take place on Saturday 4th December. More information can be found here.

How to contact the Texas Wildlife Center

on Facebook: Texas Wildlife Center

by phone: 713-861-9453

By email: info@wildlifecenteroftexas.org

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