Our mission is to advance the well-being of pets by running programs tailored towards saving abandoned

dogs and cats whilst providing resources and information to pet owners and other rescue organizations in the Hunt County area.


Our vision is to be the champion for the humane treatment of all animals

and be part of the solution for the overpopulation of dogs and cats in Hunt County, Texas.

What We Do

Starting thousands of years ago, dogs and cats have been man's best friends. From providing security to enhancing our moods, the importance of these pets in our lives cannot be overstated. However, Hunt County Pets Alive recognizes that there is a steady increase in the number of cats and dogs loitering in the streets. Our areas are overwhelmed with unwanted litters of kittens and puppies.

As an animal welfare and rights group, we are determined to ensure humans reciprocate the love they receive from these pets by treating them in a humane way.  We take action to create a long-lasting solution through researching and saving.

We implement a series of programs to rescue abandoned dogs and cats.  Every dog and cat deserves a safe environment. Through public awareness, we provide information and other resources to help pet owners be responsible. At Hunt County Pets Alive, we believe that this approach is instrumental in changing attitudes towards these pets and enhancing their wellbeing.

We work to ensure pet owners have their pets spayed/neutered and vaccinated by promoting mobile vet clinics in the area.


Hunt County Pets Alive was originally formed to assist the other rescues in getting organized, finding resources, and supporting them as needed.  We will be returning our focus back to assisting the other rescues.


Who We Are

Founded in 2015, Hunt County Pets Alive is a United States-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with an unrelenting commitment to compassionately save abandoned dogs and cats. By partnering with pet lovers and other philanthropic organizations and individuals, we champion for humane treatment of dogs and cats. We are determined to make the world a better place for all animals.  

Join the Cause

Hunt County Pets Alive will be looking into shelter improvements as well as working relationships with shelter staff and city council members.  In doing so, animal intakes into the rescue will be very limited as more time is focused on the new endeavors.  The current dogs in our program will start receiving extensive training to learn the basics of good behavior and handling principles in hopes this will help improve their chances of getting adopted. 

Eager to further our impactful work of rescuing and saving dogs and cats? You can get involved by volunteering, funding, or supporting our programs today.