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MCAS is full again. How will you help?

Montgomery County Animal Shelter is beyond full. Are you part of the problem? Or are you part of the solution? The problem is widespread pet overpopulation and shelter crowding Montgomery County, Texas. If you are not spaying and neutering your pets: you are part of the problem. If you are allowing your dog to roam: you are part of the problem. If you are neglecting your pets and failing to provide them with the most basic of care: you are part of the problem.

We know our followers are part of the solution so we ask that you share far and wide. Share to your neighborhood facebook groups or other groups you belong to, share to nextdoor, share on your timeline, anywhere! If you would like a flyer emailed to you to hang up at your office, church, apartment complex, gym, favorite Starbucks, etc., email

There are now around 700 dogs, cats, puppies and kittens in a shelter designed to hold 475. Adopters, fosters and rescues are desperately needed. MCAS is offering free adoptions with the hope of getting more animals into loving homes.

Montgomery County Animal Shelter is committed to saving lives and making sure each pet has the best chance at finding a loving home - but we cannot do it without the community's help. We are asking everyone to pull together to save the lives of Montgomery County pets.

Here’s the solution:

ADOPT Below are links to some of the dogs and cats at the shelter. You may also visit to search for pets. However, we STRONGLY encourage anyone interested in adopting or fostering to visit the shelter as soon as you are able.

GET INVOLVED If you are interested in:

DONATE TO OUR PARTNERS MCAS is grateful to work with so many wonderful organizations. Here are just a few of our partners working to get pets out of the shelter.


  • Need to rehome your pet? Try Rehome from and Petco Foundation.

  • Found a lost dog? Please try to find the owner prior to bringing the dog to the shelter. Vet offices or pet stores can scan for a microchip. Post flyers in the location where the dog was found. Post on social media "Lost Pet" sites, or neighborhood groups.

  • Found kittens? Please give mom 24 hours to return to her babies before acting. Moms will often leave their babies to go hunt or search out other living arrangements and will return to get them.


  • Contact Texas Litter Control who offers low-cost surgeries: Click or call 281.528.1238

  • Call the Lone Star Animal Welfare League Spay/Neuter Hotline: 713.304.2444

MCAS is located at 8535 Hwy 242 in Conroe, TX and is open 6 days a week for adoptions: Tues-Sun 11:30-5pm (CLOSED MONDAYS). Regular adoption fees range from $10 - $40. Check our latest promotional adoption fees here.

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