P.O. Box 19961 Sugar Land, TX 77496

Pet​s to Foster

Pet​s for Ado​ption

Kara S.

Director of Projects


Kara is our director over projects. She makes so many things for the animals from beds, toys, to adoption scarves. She does blanket fundraiser sells for us and makes stuff to sell at events for funds. She over see's our auctions and does a fabulous job. She really takes charge with any task given and with her giving nature we're extremely grateful to have her.  

Christine L. 

Grants


Christine is a wonderful volunteer and has a mini me kid to match. Always so helpful took on 2 of the most misunderstood babies and adopted them. Never a quitter this gal, and always ready to help. She's not from Texas but we're sure glad she got here as soon as she could and joined LPRR. 

Lisa S. 

Adoption Site Management/ Records


Lisa is a wonderful team player and has always been ready to step in whether with events, projects, running stuff online. Even when she doesn't foster she shows up to volunteer her time to events and fundraisers. A true lover of animals and the nicest person you could ever meet. We value that she chooses to volunteer with us. She currently oversees our adoption sites in keeping them current and our records getting them out to adopters. 

Megan A.

Director of Events


Megan is the lady that makes the magic happen! She sets up all our events for Adoptions & Fundraising! Without her hard work we would not get far! We're very excited to have her as a part of our team she's a hard working lady, an amazing foster and a great asset to our rescue organization! Her passion for animals and her business mind really helps us succeed!

Heather  H.

President / Founder


​Heather is a recent Vet Tech graduate. She is the founder behind this rescue.  Feeling her hands were tied by always having to find rescues to help her save animals she decided to start Lucky Penny Rox Rescue in honor of 3  beloved pets who have passed. She is very passionate about the rescue and dedicates her life to it. Her veterinary degree is definitely an asset in rescue.