I have nothing to fear and here my story ends. My troubles are all over and I am at home. ~ Anna Sewell ~
Set in the beautiful piney woods and rolling hills of East Texas, Little Woman Home for Animals
is a non-profit organization
committed to providing lifetime care to abandoned, unwanted animals
while actively seeking homes for their placement. Each day, we meet the needs of those in our care, providing shelter and nourishment for the healthy, and on-site medical care for the ill or aged. We have never practiced euthanasia.
In addition to a commitment to the animals in direct care at our haven here in Huntsville, we support public education and outreach regarding the critical need for lessening animal adoptions through spay/neuter
regimens for cats and dogs. We support the value of Trap/Neuter/Return (TNR) programs for feral animals
who are not candidates for adoption but can be safely returned to their familiar environment and yet not reproduce. We currently are involved in a program of orally delivered birth control for feral cats in Galveston
by way of regular feedings.
We protect and sustain wildlife on our Huntsville facility's acreage, and are engaged in additional efforts of ongoing support of certain urban wildlife through work in our Galveston extension services.
Now in our 23rd year of service, we are grateful for so many others who help us brighten the lives of these pets through their support. We invite you to join us in our efforts to bring hope to the adoptable animals here, support for those beyond our gate who will not be cared for, a tranquil place to thrive for those who remain with us until the end of their life...and an honored resting place when they cross the Rainbow Bridge.
Watch this video
to learn more about the Little Woman Home for Animals story.