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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! 

Honors Recognize Our Ongoing Work

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A Life to Live’s ongoing efforts to ensure a better quality of life for homeless cats and dogs in our community has been recognized with two recent honors.

Global Health & Pharma’s GHP Magazine named us Best Abandoned Pet Adoption Agency-Gulf Coast for 2017. GHP Magazine’s 2017 Animal Health and Wellness Awards acknowledge organizations that work to support the welfare, care and wellness of animals.

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The publication is a global information-sharing platform that was established to enhance communication networks and collaboration among organizations and professionals in the areas of human, animal and environmental health. GHP is based in Staffordshire, United Kingdom.

Additionally, at its 2017 Gifting Event, Houston PetSet announced that we are a grant recipient. A Life to Live was among more than 90 organizations recognized by Houston PetSet for working tirelessly to save homeless animals.

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Houston PetSet is dedicated to making a difference by raising awareness and funds for animal welfare-related nonprofits in the Greater Houston area. Its goal is to help those in the trenches on a daily basis who are rescuing, spaying, neutering, fostering, adopting and protecting the lives of animals.

  Jay Garrett Jr., founder and executive director of A Life to Live (left), Magan Gonzales, cofounder and program director of A Life to Live (middle), Charles Jackson, executive director of Rescued Pets Movement (right). The three were present for Houston PetSet's annual charitable gifting event. 

Jay Garrett Jr., founder and executive director of A Life to Live (left), Magan Gonzales, cofounder and program director of A Life to Live (middle), Charles Jackson, executive director of Rescued Pets Movement (right). The three were present for Houston PetSet's annual charitable gifting event. 

Written by David Berkowitz, public relations coordinator.