Our thoughts are with all those in the path of Hurricane Harvey. Below are the latest Facebook and twitter posts of shelters and groups impacted by or helping with animal rescue. Please consider retweeting them and spreading the word to help them and to let others know of resources in the area. If you’re with a shelter or rescue, don’t forget to create an Amazon wishlist so that people can easily send you the items you need. If you don’t know how, here is a guide.

Today only, a generous donor will triple your gift for animals at the SPCA of Texas, up to $50,000. Triple the impact of your gift now by visiting https://t.co/OgXPipXOnd .

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12 hours ago

SPCA of Texas

The sun is shining and Olivia is all smiles, because she believes that her forever family is going to see this picture and that they will come to adopt her!! Share to help Olivia find her forever home.

If you'd like to see more information on Olivia check out her bio @ bit.ly/2HHQNdA.
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7 hours ago

Austin Pets Alive!

While Hurricane Harvey brought great devastation, it also brought great hope to the dogs already residing at our shelter, not to mention the thousands of homeless Houston pets.
Tallulah was one of those very lucky pups who found a foster home to make way for the influx of dogs from Houston. And just this week, her foster family discovered they could not imagine life without this goofy, beautiful soul! So Tallulah is now a #fosterwin and living the good life in her forever home!
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Meet sweet Dutch Chocolate. This lady can be nervous in new situations, but give her a couple minutes and she’ll be nuzzling up to you! To meet her visit TLAC today 💕https://t.co/mhnZPvIxeo

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Pet waste does not make a good fertilizer – it contains bacteria, parasites, and viruses that stay alive in the ground (sometimes for months!) and wash into our creeks and lakes! @AustinWatershed

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Spring = babies, in the wildlife word. And those momma's need a place to raise their babies. You might notice they've made a den in your yard or around your house. The best thing you can do is to give them a safe space until the young are old enough to leave on their own.

If you can't have temporary tenants though, follow these easy steps to encourage mom to relocate the den on her own:
- Locate and address reliable food sources
- Place leaves, straw, or crumpled paper in the den opening
- Add a strange scent near the entrance like kitty litter, rags soaked in vinegar or ammonia, or old gym shoes
- Add light and sound like talk radio or Christmas lights

For additional assistance, you can call 311 to speak with a Wildlife Educator.
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Some of our Summer Camps are already filling up! To see all the available weeks and to sign up visit https://t.co/lKY8Rclrpb #SanAntonio #SummerCamp

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We love seeing how well our adopted babies are doing in their new homes! Goose is blending in perfectly and enjoying his new life being spoiled ❤️🐴 ... See MoreSee Less

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We're hangin' around at the Rice University Farmers Market with some adorable pups and kittens! Do come see us, we'll be here until 6:30!

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9 hours ago

Houston SPCA

We're hangin' around at the Rice University Farmers Market with some adorable pups and kittens! Do come see us, we'll be here until 6:30! ... See MoreSee Less

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We're batting 1,000 on this "two-fur" Tuesday!! As of today, ALL of our #AFDFurryFriday animals from @austinhumane have either been adopted or are in AHS's foster-to-adopt program. Read more at https://t.co/Z57W5T4yki. (Photo credits: Chris Wilkinson, AFD; Austin Humane Society)

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A huge thank you to the awesome team at Austin Daily Press for providing an amazing lunch for our staff during today’s training! #thankyou #delicious #yumm

Check them out! www.austindailypress.com/
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