Animals

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Lost Pets Or Livestock:

Those who have lost a pet or livestock should call the hotline and report the following information to 281-842-3700:
  • Name
  • Address 
  • Phone number
  • Email 
  • Type of pet or livestock
  • Pet’s name
  • Where the animal was last seen
  • Description and color
  • Markings or tags
  • Microchip information
  • Vet information 
  • A photo may be requested

*Please note that lines may be very busy during the event of an emergency, it is advised that you leave a voicemail message containing the information listed above so that someone from our staff can return your call as soon as possible. You may also send and e-mail to animalcontrol@laportetx.gov with the information above.


Found Pets:

Those who you have found pets are asked not to keep the animal. Officials are working to reunite pets with their owners. Please take the pets to one of the following locations:

Animals found in the La Porte, Morgans Point & Shoreacres area should be relocated to:
La Porte Animal Shelter & Adoption Shelter
10901 Spencer Hwy
La Porte, TX 77571
281-842-3700

Animals found in Pasadena area should be relocated:
Pasadena Animal Shelter & Animal Control
5150 Burke Road
Pasadena, TX 77504
281-991-0602

Animals found in Deer Park area should be relocated:
Deer Park Animal Control Shelter
4213 Luella
Deer Park, TX 77536
281-478-7274

*These animals will be turned over to animal control and taken the La Porte Animal Shelter for safekeeping until they can be reunited with their owners.

Those who are missing an animal you can also visit the shelter’s Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/laporteanimalshelter

Deceased Animals:

Please report deceased animals and livestock to 281-471-2141 and provide the following:
• Name
• Address
• Phone number
• Email
• Type of deceased or livestock
• Specific area or address the animal is located

Other Information:

Despite flooding in the area, the animal shelter and animals were not affected by the flood.

The animal shelter is requesting the following donations: hand sanitizers, dish soap, laundry detergent, cat food, dog food (Diamond Maintenance Dog food), ferret food, crates, dog leashes and cat litter (Equine Pelletized bedding).

Anyone displaced in need of temporary housing for their pet can contact the animal shelter. If they do not answer, leave a message as they shelter is very busy fielding calls.

Any animal coming into the shelter from the date of the storm until now  will not be subject to reclaim fees, or fees for rabies vaccinations.