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We have a no-kill mission to save the lives of homeless cats and dogs abandoned and/or placed in kill shelters, while also providing life-saving programs and services to keep pets and their people together. Through outreach, education and service, we provide cats and dogs with an opportunity to live their full lives. 

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"Pursuing No Kill" is our active blog that highlights the work that we do as we continue to live out our no-kill mission to save the lives of homeless pets within our community! 

Our First Life Saved

Jay Garrett

Laney was abandoned at Goose Creek Oil Field in Baytown. She had internal parasites, ringworm, and was malnourished. Worst of all, she had an injured leg that needed to be amputated. She was wrapped in a towel and left to die. Fortunately, a worker nearby found and rescued her. They tried to reach out to the local city shelter, but they were informed that the shelter couldn't do anything for Laney; she was determined to be "untreatable" and would be euthanized. Fortunately, the worker reached out to A Life to Live. We were able to contact another caring No-Kill organization in Houston with veterinary partnerships that provided Laney with the care and attention that she needed. Today, Laney is free of all internal parasites, her ringworm is gone, and she's healing wonderfully after surgery on her leg. And just look at that full belly and smile! Because of loving individuals, caring veterinarians and organizations that believe in the No Kill Mission, Laney received her opportunity at life! 

Photo taken by Clear Lake City Veterinary Clinic a couple of days after surgery. 

Photo taken by Clear Lake City Veterinary Clinic a couple of days after surgery. 

Laney would not have survived without the help of Friends For Life No Kill Animal Shelter in Houston’s Heights, Dr. Stephanie Kennedy at Bellaire Richmond Pet Hospital, Dr. Stephen Elorriaga at Clear Lake City Veterinary Clinic, and the kind worker, Wrenn Wright, that rescued her from Goose Creek Oil Field. Thank you to you all! 

Laney was adopted just before Thanksgiving in November, 2014; just in time to give a lucky family another thing to be thankful for during the holiday season.