Citizens for Animal Protection (CAP) is a non profit animal welfare organization founded in 1972 dedicated to protecting the interest and welfare of all animals. CAP is located at 17555 Katy Freeway, Houston, TX 77094.
Shelter open for adoptions Sun-Tue 1:00-6:00pm Wed-Sat 11:00-6:00pm
Shelter open for receiving animals 10:00am-3:30pm daily closed Thursdays
(281) 497-0591 - during adoption hours (281) 497-0534 - CAP information line
Our Adoption Process...
Pet Adoption Fees
Dogs (over 6 months of age) - $99 2nd Dog (over 6 months of age) - $79 Dogs over 15lbs - $99 2nd Dog over 15lbs - $79 Puppies (6 months and younger) - $129 2nd Puppy (6 months and younger) - $109 Small Dogs 15lbs and under - $129 2nd Small Dog under 15lbs - $109 Cat Adoption Fees - $40 2 for 1 Cat Adoption Fee - $50 Kitten ( 6 months and younger) - $79 2 for 1 Kittens - $79 Cat/Kitten Combo - $79 Small Dog or Puppy/Cat Combo - $149 Regular Dog/Cat Combo - $119 VIP (Very Important Pet!) Program: Any dog who has been at the shelter for more that 2 months can be adopted for $55 Special Senior Citizen (60 yrs +) Adoption Fee - No charge (adopt an animal 5 yrs or older) 50% of adoption fees waived for active and retired military personnel and military veterans. Bunnies - $40 or 2 Bunnies - $60 Guinea Pigs $20 or 2 guinea Pigs - $30 Ferrets $50 to $69 (Depending on age) Hamsters/Rats/Gerbils - $10 Iguanas - $65 Call for information on birds.
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