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Posted on: March 23, 2022

[ARCHIVED] LCAC is at EXTREME Capacity in Dogs

Capacity Meter Only - Canine

League City Animal Care is currently at EXTREME Capacity in dogs. This means that we have reached more than 100% of our kennel capacity for dogs (every single available kennel is taken and we have some dogs housed in temporary kennels or crates) and we are in critical need of assistance from our community. 

We are dedicated to our no-kill mission, but we cannot do this alone. 

What do we need?


We currently have more than 40 dogs that are eligible for immediate adoption! We have small, medium, and large dogs with ages ranging from youthful juveniles to mature seniors. We’ve got running buddies and couch potatoes. Stop by the shelter during our Adoption hours to meet your future BFF! View all adoptable pets.


Can’t adopt? You can still help! We are in need of fosters for medium and large dogs. Fosters can take in dogs temporarily until the space crisis eases or until their house guest is adopted! LCAC will provide food, medical care, and supplies – you just supply the love and place to stay! Learn more about fostering.

Help with Strays:

Most of the dogs that come into LCAC are friendly, healthy lost pets. We are asking the public to help us with those strays by trying to find the owner *before* bringing them to LCAC or requesting an officer to pick them up. Post their photos on social media and neighborhood sites like NextDoor. Put up flyers. Knock on doors. If you need supplies, we can help provide them. We can also vaccinate the pet, post on our found animal pages, and add the pet to our Finder Foster program if you’re willing to foster the pet while we search for the owner with you! LCAC is currently able to reunite nearly 50% of all lost pets with their owners (and most were found just a few houses or streets away from home!), but bringing them to the shelter slows the reunification process, is stressful & frightening for the pet, and exposes them to risks like communicable illnesses. Find more tips on reuniting lost pets.
Learn more about national lost pets statistics. 

Spread the word:

Share this page! Tell a friend! Word of mouth and social media are powerful tools in helping spread our message and can help us save more lives together!

Rehoming a Pet:

In a perfect world, pets would never need to be rehomed, however we understand that in reality, there are circumstances that may require you to do so. We encourage the public to exhaust all options for rehoming a pet on their own BEFORE turning to shelters for assistance. Learn more about rehoming a pet.

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