P.O. Box 19961 Sugar Land, TX 77496

Pet​s to Foster

Pet​s for Ado​ption

 ...Lucky continued

When I met my husband Lucky became so attached he was our constant bedtime companion and we are woken daily with wet nose kisses.  My husband and I both had quite a bond with him.  When he died in January 2014, our family was crushed for us we had lost a child.  A foster dog had killed him... and for that, I will never forgive myself.  For most people I am sure that would be the end of their rescue/foster career.  However, the dog did not have any understanding of what he did and it hurt when I had to move him out.  I dedicated myself even more to not only rescuing but also rehabilitating animals.  It is in Lucky's memory that I take on the behavioral challenged cases.  I want animals to live with people and each other harmoniously.  

Lucky, Penny and


From our President- Heather 

These 3 precious faces were my angels the rescue is named in their honor.  All we are rescues...

Penny & Roxie, my childhood dogs I had them since they were 1 and I was just a child myself. They both died with in recent years Penny in 2012 at 18 and Roxie in 2013 at 19.

Losing them made a hole in my heart that no other pet or family member can replace.  I was so young when we adopted them it was so hard to imagine a life without them, so many of the memories of  my life and growing up has them in it through the good and the bad....they helped shape me into who I am today and my passion to help animals. They were my best friends, my companions and a part of my soul and will live in my heart always.  I cannot believe they were ever dumped in a shelter and that I was so lucky to have them in my life.  They have always been a reason I wanted to start a rescue so other kids could have amazing childhood friends like those that I did.

Lucky was my beloved cat who I had adopted with my other cat Pumpkin when I first moved out on my own.  Living in apartments, working and being a full time student I could not bring my dogs with me so they stayed at my parents though I visited often.  I had never felt so alone growing up in a house of animals to none feel foreign to me.  He and Pumpkin were my constant companions through that struggling time.  Lucky was never a usual cat, he was always into things, liked to play fetch, came when called and above all loved men!