Houston SPCA will reopen adoption center after closing for several months due to pandemic

Photo does not have a caption

HOUSTON – The Houston SPCA will finally reopen its adoption center after closing for seven months due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Since March, the Houston SPCA hosted several curbside adoptions and tele-adoptions during the pandemic and shut down. The option for tele-adoption will end Oct. 31.

The adoption center will welcome potential adopters on Nov. 2 by appointment only. Houston SPCA says visitation appointments can be booked on Oct. 31 from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. by calling 713-869-7722.


About the Author:

Award-winning journalist, mother, YouTuber, social media guru, millennial, mentor, storyteller, University of Houston alumna and Houston-native.