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2015 CAP Gala

CAPGala2015Let CAP take you on safari 11/21/2015 at the Royal Sonesta Hotel.  Penny and Paul Lloyd chair this year's gala with Laura MacIngvale Brown and Phillip Brown to benefit the homeless pets at our shelter. Heed the call of the wild this fall with CAP!

Houston Chronicle

ChronArticleThe Houston Chronicle recently ran a story about CAP's award-winning foster parent program.  Fostering animals helps pets become adoption-ready who might otherwise not have that chance. As one foster parent said of the program, "Then we bring them back for adoption and they find their forever home...so we're saving lives."  Read more... 

Petco Grant

PetcoCAP will be saving more lives with the help of Petco this spring!  FCAP, our feral cat TNR program, just received a generous grant that will defray costs of spay/neuter surgeries and rabies vaccinations.  Have a feral cat colony in your neighborhood?  Find out more about how to help feral cats with FCAP.

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Love...Shared!

SubaruCheck2015West Houston Subaru presented Citizens for Animal Protection with a check for $33,281 on March 21, 2015 during the national Subaru Share the Love event.  Thank you to all the folks at West Houston Subaru for your generous support - you are saving more lives!

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Kappy Muenzer: Humanitarian of the Year!

kappy bioKappy Muenzer, CAP's executive director, will receive TFACS "Humanitarian of the Year" award at the annual conference in New Braunfels on Sunday, March 1. Thank you Kappy for your tireless work on behalf of animals. Congratulations!

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Art Contest!

ArtContestSmCalling all aspiring artists! Share your love of animals and art with your original entry in the CAP Pet Art contest, open to elementary, middle and high school students. Entries due by 4/15 - we'll announce the winners on 5/16. Get your art on for animals!

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Buy Groceries, Save Lives!

grocerydogsEveryone eats! When you shop at KROGER and RANDALLS, CAP receives funds for every purchase you make. All you need to do is enroll and purchase groceries at any one of these generous stores. Contact Community Outreach for more info.