Springtime is approaching quickly and you know what that means…Kittens! Every year, shelters across the country are overwhelmed by bundles of mewling joy who will need dedicated, passionate volunteers to help feed, nurture, and care for them until they find their forever homes. The Humane Society of Southeast Texas is hosting a “Kitten Shower” in
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! What a wonderful morning! I just love this time of year! I am feeling much better these days! I am always a very good boy when taking my meds, and I am steadily regaining my weight and strength. This past week, I had a good vet check with Dr. Dupree.
Giving Tuesday is a day for everyone, everywhere, to GIVE! You have tackled Black Friday and scrolled through Cyber Monday. Now, you can show your support to the causes and organizations you love on #GivingTuesday. Giving Tuesday is a worldwide day of giving built on compassion and empathy for your community and those in need.
My First Few Days at the Humane Society of Southeast Texas As I stared up at that tree, the last of my energy drained away. I didn’t think I would ever be able to play a game of fetch or chase a tennis ball through long grass again. I had no strength left. Yet I
Honoring those who have served and continue to serve, we’re offering 50% off pet adoptions for veterans, active and retired military, reservists, fire fighters, law enforcement and EMS from November 11, 2016, through November 13, 2016. If you have served our country or community, please come by and find your new family member. All adoption
The wondrous thing about children is their affinity to learn, so we are intent on teaching them! One of HSSET’s many goals is to educate the youth of Southeast Texas on compassion and empathy towards all living creatures, specifically companion animals. Empathy is seeing with the eyes of another, listening with the ears of another,
It was just like any other Tuesday night. The dogs had full bellies, warm and cozy blankets, and toys to keep them company through the night. The cats were curled up sweetly in their beds. The lights had been turned out, and the shelter manager had wished everyone, large and small, young and old, “sweet
Months have passed since that tragic night, and many things have changed for HSSET. The temporary facility is up and running, continuing to take in animals from the community and from 12 local city pounds through our pound puppy program. We are able to continue serving our community through educational programs and providing vital services
Nine years ago we adopted two dogs from the Humane Society, Annie and Jessie. Every day since then we have showered them with love and cherished them with every fiber of our being. I will never forget that Wednesday morning after the fire when I heard the tragic news. I left work and rushed to