Citizens In East End of Houston Join Together to Save Dogs: More Help Needed

December 21: A group of three concerned individuals are working tirelessly to rescue and rehabilitate six street dogs from extremely bad and dangerous conditions in the Walnut Street area at the far east end of downtown Houston and are seeking support from the community.

This sad situation is a reminder of the troubling homeless pet population in Houston, where an estimated 80,000 dogs and cats are killed each year in area shelters, not to mention the thousands who roam the streets, suffering while creating more homeless animals. These citizens have taken it upon themselves to make a difference.