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Lifeline of Galveston County is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization. Our mission is to end the killing of companion animals in Galveston County by promoting and providing resources, education, and programs that save lives and transform animal welfare in our communities.
THE PROBLEM: Did you know that in 2019 over 1,500 cats died in shelters just in Galveston County alone? Many of these cats never needed to even go to the shelter. Cats have been living alongside humans since 7500 BC, but we didn't start making them "indoor cats" until the 1940s when cat litter was invented. Hundreds of cats live happily and healthily outdoors across the county in colonies (think apartment complexes, marinas, parks, etc). They are often cared for and fed by good samaritans, but without spay/neuter management, these colonies overbreed and become unmanageable (2 cats quickly turns into 10 cats, etc). THE SOLUTION: Lifeline of Galveston County uses a well-known technique called TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return), where healthy cats that are living outdoors and being cared for by colony managers are humanely trapped, spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and then returned back to their outdoor home. This allows colonies to remain at manageable numbers, prevents unwanted litters of kittens, and also cuts down on nuisance behaviors like spraying, fighting, and yowling. TNR is also an alternate solution to bringing community cats (outdoor cats) into the shelter where they are often euthanized because of behavior or lack of space. HOW YOU CAN HELP: We need your help to make the biggest impact! Whether you are interested in learning more about trapping cats, or you can help by making phone calls, we need you! Lifeline of Galveston County is a fairly new organization and we are also looking for volunteers to help fill leadership roles, such as volunteer management, fundraising and more. If this sounds like something you would be interested in, please let us know! VOLUNTEER ROLES:
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About LIFELINE OF GALVESTON COUNTY
PO BOX 974, TEXAS CITY, TX 77592, US
Lifeline of Galveston County’s mission is to end the killing of companion animals in Galveston County by promoting and providing resources, education, and programs that save lives and transform animal welfare in our communities.
We are a new non-profit organization in Galveston County, Texas. We aim to end the killing of companion animals in the county. We are currently working with community cats that are at high risk of euthanasia in county shelters. We hope to work with neonatal kittens, nursing dog moms and puppies, and at-risk dogs as our organization grows. Join us!
Education & Literacy
We'll work with your schedule.
PO BOX 974TEXAS CITY, TX77592
March 15, 2021
Animal Care / Handling
Social Media / Blogging
Grant Writing / Research
We ask that volunteers commit to volunteering a minimum of 8 hours a month.