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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. 


"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! 

Wish Tree Gifts Help Make Holiday Season Brighter

Jay Garrett

While A Life to Live has taken the lead to ensure a better future for homeless animals in Baytown, it requires the contributions of many others in our community to help us achieve our goals.

One of our dedicated supporters is Chevron Phillips Chemical Co. Recently, employees at the Cedar Bayou Plant showed their giving spirit for the holiday season.

As part of the plant’s Wish Tree program, several employees purchased pet food, toys and bedding for A Life to Live. Our team met Heather Betancourth, Chevron Phillips Chemical regional community relations representative, at the plant to pick up the bags of donations that filled a truck bed.


We truly appreciate this act of kindness. The items will help feed and comfort animals in our foster program, as well as other pets in the community that we serve through our food bank.

Earlier in 2017, Chevron Phillips Chemical demonstrated its giving spirit in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. The company made a $1 million contribution to support relief efforts in Houston and other parts of southeast Texas. As part of that generous action, we received a $10,000 donation to help fund our relief efforts in Baytown.

Because A Life to Live is a non-profit organization, donations are key in helping fund our programs and services. All donations are guaranteed to make a direct impact on the lives of the animals that we save. Consider making a donation today at to help save the lives of local homeless pets.

Written by David Berkowitz, public relations coordinator.