Since opening our permanent facility at 17555 Katy Freeway, CAP has continued to serve more than 10,000 animals annually. In 2016, CAP provided care for 12,439 animals. This includes animals in the shelter and foster care, surrendered pets, animals transferred in from animal control agencies, feral cats trapped/neutered/returned and animals receiving vaccinations and other treatments in our low cost vaccination clinic. On January 6, 2018, CAP opened The Cornelius Clinic - a 3,500 square foot facility that provides affordable vaccinations to the community. Soon to open will be a surgery wing, which will be the site of all spay/neuter procedures for shelter animals and feral cats.

Additional efforts to prevent the abandonment of animals include humane education and public outreach to the public, which allowed us to reach more than 30,000 households in 2016 through programs at libraries and neighborhood centers and presentations at colleges, trade shows and fairs throughout the area.

CAP volunteers are our inspiration and our partners in delivering love and a high standard of care to the thousands of animals that come to us each year. Each one of the dear four-legged creatures who come through our doors receives loving care and undivided attention thanks to an army of volunteers who work in the shelter as well as in our clinic. They clean crates and habitats, prepare food for the animals, wash food bowls, walk dogs and cuddle puppies and kittens. Volunteers donated 33,145 hours in 2015, including 20,564 in the shelter, 6,675 for the feral cat program and 5,906 hours as foster parents.

We invite you to visit CAP's state-of –the-art shelter and see for yourself how people like you have made a difference. There are so many ways for you to help, and we would love to work side by side with you to fulfill our mission of sheltering, rescuing and placing homeless animals in loving homes, in addition to advocating respect and compassion for all animal life.