Help City of Orange Become a "No-Kill"* City
The City of Orange, Texas is trying to improve the number of animals they are able to save. The Animal Control Supervisor contacted Dr. Kays to get more information on how to improve the shelter and mentoring because of her experience making Beaumont a "No-Kill" city. Dr. Kays explained the first step is to get the animals in the shelter healthy so that rescues will pull the animals without fear of taking diseases back to their shelter. Because the city council has not yet put money into the budget, Beaumont Pets Alive has been supplying them with vaccines, dewormer and flea medications. We have pulled 86 animals from the City of Orange Shelter since May, 2023. We cannot do it alone so we are asking for your help.
Please contact your city council person, link to city council here: https://orangetexas.gov/211/City-Council, and tell them that becoming "No-Kill" is important to you and that you want funds allocated in the 2024 budget to vaccinate, deworm and start a Trap Neuter and Release program.
Until the City of Orange, Texas approves funds in the budget, we rely on private citizens to make donations to help pay for the medications Beaumont Pets Alive is giving them, so please donate to show your support for the animals of the City of Orange, Texas.
*The definition of ‘No-Kill’ is to save 90% of the animals brought into the shelter. ‘No-Kill’ does not mean that no animals are euthanized, it means every animal that can be saved, is saved. https://bestfriends.org/no-kill-2025/what-does-no-kill-mean