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Even with three legs, one eye, injured animals at Houston SPCA need homes

November 23, 2018

Injuries happen to the best of us, but these wounded animals definitely need could use some TLC and a forever home.

Meet Drake, a 5-year-old lab-mix who was found on the streets with such severe leg factures that his leg had to be amputated. Then there’s a 6-month-old kitten named Leo was manages quite well with one eye after sustaining an injury.

Also, Iris, a one-year old cat, who was rescued by the Houston SPCA’s 24-hour injured animal ambulance after someone witnessed a group of kids kicking her. Fortunately, she didn’t sustain any injuries. Also, Kaladin, 3-month-old kitten who was found, with his litter, in the ceiling of a University of Houston building. He was missing part of his rear foot and had to have the leg amputated.

There are many more animals at Houston SPCA that need forever homes. Adoption fees are $125-up for kittens, $295 and up for puppies; $55 and up for large dogs, $145 and up for small dogs; $45 and up for cats. Senior dogs and cats are $25-$75. Rabbits are $25. Houston SPCA is located at 7007 Old Katy Road and open 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. Mon-Sat. and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. on Sunday. Visit online at houstonspca.org.

If you spot an animal that has been hit by a car or is gravely injured, call 880-HELP for 24-hour ambulance care.

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