Houston SPCA and the Houston Museum of Natural Science Team Up
First 100 Adopters will Visit the Titanic Exhibition
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The Houston SPCA is teaming up with the Houston Museum of Natural Science to
help homeless, abused and neglected animals find loving homes. It was 100
years ago when the Titanic, the world’s largest ship, claimed the lives of
1,500 people and 12 dogs. To remember those who lost their lives on that
fateful night, we will offer 100 pairs of tickets to the Houston Museum of
Natural Science’s exhibition, Titanic:
The Artifact Exhibition for the first 100 adoptions from August
15th through September 23rd. This offer is good
while supplies last.
The animals at the Houston SPCA find their way to our shelter from a variety
of situations. Some are surrendered to us by their owners, others are found as
strays while many have suffered from neglect, cruelty and abuse. When you
choose the adoption option from the Houston SPCA, you will save a life and gain
Here is what the adoption package includes:
•A health evaluation, initial vaccinations and rabies vaccinations for
canines and felines three months and older
•Spay / neuter surgery
•Microchipping with free lifetime registration
•Heartworm testing for canines 6 months and older
•A complimentary overall wellness exam from VCA Animal Hospital
•One free bag of dog /cat food courtesy of Hill’s Science Diet
•And, of course, a friend for life!
Visit the Houston SPCA to add a new furry friend to your family and receive
a pair of tickets to experience the Titanic Exhibition. The Houston SPCA is
open 7 days a week from 11am to 7pm Monday through Friday and 10am to 6pm
Saturday and Sunday.