Fort Bend Pets Alive

“Meow Book Buddies”

December 2nd , 2017. Sugar Land 1:30-4:30 pm “Meow Book Buddies” Promote Literacy & Help Save Lives Join FBPA! & Half Price Bookstore Sugar Land to promote literacy and help save lives! WHAT TO BRING: A loving heart and commitment WHAT’S THE PERK? Read to a homeless cat. Play with a cat. Receive a “I Read to a Cat” bookmark as a souvenir. Have the option to adopt a cat for 50% off. You save […]

Spring Shoe Drive to Fund Stafford’s Cat Trap-Neuter-Return was a Great Success.

                  Dedication and determination from hundreds of Fort Bend County residents and several local companies in Stafford resulted in 2,775 pairs of shoes collected in 2 months! The community empoweredto save lives of community cats in Stafford. Hunting Energy in Stafford took the lead and contributed to over one third of our                collection. Apex Cheer in Stafford took second place. With over a dozen of area captains […]

NEWLY ELECTED MAYOR BENTON, COUNCILOR BALDERAS ALONG WITH INCUMBENT COUNCILOR BARTA SWEAR INTO OFFICE.

Ms. Lorene Lindsey, a Rosenberg resident, also a long time animal advocate and the Treasurer of Fort Bend Pets Alive!, along with about 150 attendees gathered in the City Hall Chamber congratulates and welcomes new leadership of the city government of Rosenberg. In her speech, she tells the council “I believe with new leadership, it comes new ideas, new energy, new dreams and new hopes. And hopefully, some new opened hearts”. What Ms. Lindsey is […]

Stafford Residents Along With Fort Bend Pets Alive! Testify To Safeguard Future Location Of A Private Animal Shelter.

Animal advocates incentivize City of Stafford to include provisions in the new zoning ordinance to allow development of an animal sanctuary in the Primary Corridor or Island Districts.  At the Joint Stafford City Council & Zoning and Planning Commission Meeting, President of Fort Bend Pets Alive! Claudine Vass, along with several folks from Stafford and local business owners recommend to the Mayor, City Council and Commissioners of Stafford to include provisions in the new zoning […]

FORT BEND PETS ALIVE! REACHES A HISTORICAL MILESTONE ON SATURDAY MARCH 25TH, 2017 WITH THREE EVENTS AND EIGHT ADOPTIONS IN FOUR HOURS!

In the short two and a half years since its inception, Fort Bend Pets Alive! has experienced an exponential growth in terms of number of volunteers, community engagement, donations and media mentions and exposure. This past Saturday (March 25th, 2017) was a wonderful example of the success we are experiencing. The board of FBPA! has been active and diligent to raise awareness of important life-saving programs in our county. High-profile shelter adoption events, for example, […]

Texas “Meow Book Buddies”- collaboration results in great success.

Fort Bend Pets Alive! is honored to inform you that the event was a great success despite no cat was adopted out. The homeless cats from shelters received a lot of attention and compliments from everyone who participated. We had a very steady flow of families and youngsters (standing in line at times) to spend time and to read to cats. We are also honored to have so many dedicated volunteers. They helped set up […]

WHEN IS SUPPRESSION OF PUBLIC COMMENT GOING TO STOP IN ROSENBERG,TEXAS?

Two times the City of Rosenberg has pushed General Comments to the end of the night in recent city council meeting records, both times it was done to animal lovers. Prior to the 7:00 o’clock Regular City Council Meeting, Fort Bend Pets Alive! along with residents from Rosenberg, Fulshear, Sugar Land, Richmond, Brazoria County and Harris County displayed 2,026 white paper links to represent the 2,026 healthy and adoptable animals that were killed by the […]

“Howl-a-ween Costume Contest”

Grand Prizes for Winners FBPA! and Big Ben Tavern are co-hosting an event for pets, pet-owners and people who love animals, alike, on the patio, the day before Halloween – 30th October. We request you, your friends, family and pets come in costume and participate in the various contests. There will be prizes for all. If you don’t own a pet but would still like to come and have fun, please do. We will have […]

City Of Rosenberg. Animal Control Proposed FY 2017 Budget Does Not Help Animals. It Does Not Meet Department Goals.

Tuesday August 23th, 2016 Rosenberg, Texas, First Budget Hearing. Animal Advocates along with Rosenberg Residents Do Not Support Proposed FY 2017 Budget for Animal Control. Claudine Vass, President of Fort Bend Pets Alive! along with Deena Poteet, Danna Psencik and Lorene Busby of Rosenberg pleaded to Mayor McConathy and the City Council to take a in depth second look and morality check of the proposed budget to avoid another year of failure. As Ms. Lindsey […]

CITY OF ROSENBERG IGNORES FREE VOLUNTEER RESOURCES; REFUSES HELP FOR ITS UNDERFUNDED & UNDERSTAFFED ANIMAL SHELTER

Tuesday August 16th, 2016 Rosenberg, Texas, regular City Council meeting. Nine advocates that support saving the lives of dogs and cats spoke in front of the Mayor and the City Council for the sixth time. In her opening speech, Claudine Vass, President of Fort Bend Pets Alive!, raised concerns related to the discrepancy in the animal shelter’s June Save Rate of 83% which was quoted by Police Chief Warren at the June 28th City Council […]