The Houston SPCA, founded in 1924, is Houston’s first and largest animal protection organization and shelter. Their Mission is to promote commitment to and respect for all animals and free them from suffering, abuse and exploitation. The Houston SPCA is a private, non-profit charity, funded entirely by donations, which receives no funding from the Government, United Way or national animal groups.
Principal Miranda Sevcik sits on the Advisory Board of Preservation Houston, a citywide non-profit historic preservation advocacy and education group.
Wildlife Rehab & Education (a non-profit organization) was formed to meet the increasing need for wildlife assistance in the Greater Houston / Upper Gulf Coast. Each year, thousands of injured, ill or orphaned wild birds and mammals are received by WR&E licensed rehabilitators.
Wildlife Rehab and Education care for all native Texas wildlife. WR&E is Houston’s only trauma and wildlife rehabilitation center that treats all injured, sick or orphaned native Texas wildlife species. WR&E has NEVER turned away an injured, sick or orphaned native Texas wild animal.