Our essential NO KILL statement

Before our commitment to become NO KILL you could drop by the shelter whenever you had time to spare and walk a dog or play with a cat.  Not anymore, and there’s a good reason.  Now the focus is on making the dog or cat more adoptable to enhance their ability to be adopted.

 

Improving their behavior increases their chances of staying in their new home, so they will never be homeless again.

This approach means shelter volunteers are trained before they begin walking the dogs or socializing the cats.  There are levels of training and hands on experience a volunteer advances through.  This has resulted in a 98% live release of dogs.

We believe in training animals

Higher kill shelters don’t focus on training the animals, because the dog probably won’t make it out alive, so its behavior doesn’t matter.  We are committed to changing the dog’s behavior and placing it in a home, regardless of how long it takes.  What this means is that every walk for the dog is a training session to make them more adoptable. 

If you want to know more, join the team!

The current Shelter was built to house animals, not people.  There is no space to create volunteer opportunities for children, adolescents, and teenagers.  Once the New Shelter opens the end of 2019 that will change drastically.  The new Shelter has a Community Activity Room and space enough to create those opportunities we are lacking today. 

( Denise - Volunteer at FLCAS - )

A simple thank you! A little competition and a simple job well done go very far.  I have found a true passion working with you all and hope I can pass that passion through to other people. Thanks for accepting me and trusting me!

This is your chance to give them a second one, Join us!

Volunteering opportunities

Canine companion

Any question? Contact us!

Location:

Our shelter.

Description:

Helping dogs on their daily needs and training.

Requirements:

- Online orientation.

- Specific online training to the desired     position.

- "Hands on" training.

Age:

+ 16

Duration:

Undefinite period.

Feline friend

Any question? Contact us!

Location:

Our shelter.

Description:

Helping cats on their daily needs and training.

Requirements:

- Online orientation.

- Specific online training to the desired     position.

- "Hands on" training.

Age:

+ 16

Duration:

Undefinite period.

Runner/helper for dogs

Any question? Contact us!

Location:

Our shelter.

Description:

Helping dogs "Playing for life"

Requirements:

- Online orientation.

- Specific online training to the desired     position.

- "Hands on" training.

Age:

+ 16

Duration:

Undefinite period.

 

Events assistant

Any question? Contact us!

Location:

Offsite, different events locations. Check all events

Description:

Assisting on the event, encouraging participants to help with donations, adoptions, etc.

Requirements:

Not experience or training is needed, except the ones from the Cat Condo Care.

Age:

Between 12 and 16 with a parent in events outside

+16 and young adults without a parent. (If they have a reliable transportation)

Duration:

The duration of each event.

 

Cat Condo Care

Any question? Contact us!

Location:

5 areas Pet Stores. Check the stores

Description:

Adoptable shelter cats and kittens residing in cat habitats at 5 area pet stores. The cats are showing and being adopted seven days a week. This has increased our live release of Cats up to 97%. This arrangement requires 70 volunteer shifts per week. Volunteers  feed, clean, and socialize the cats at the stores.

Requirements:

Age:

Duration:

Undefinite period.

- Online orientation.

- Cat Condo online training.

- "Hands on" training session at the store.

+ 16

"The greatness of a nation and its moral character can be judged by the way its animals are treated"

(Gandhi)

FLCAS is a Non-profit organization registered with the IRS. Donations are deductible by law.  EIN# 26-4034216

Opening late 2019 the NEW 

League City Animal Care & Adoption Center

755 W. Walker League City 77573

Friends of League City Animal Shelter P.O.Box 2801 League City, TX 77574

CELEBRATING 10 years of advocacy and action