Bay Area Pet Adoptions

★★★☆☆
  • 3000 Ave R

    San Leon, TX 77539

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  • 281-339-2086

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I would give them a zero if I could. The volunteer at Petsmart was very nice. The woman who makes the adoption decisions was a horrible person. She was snide and rude. I wish I remembered her name. She didn't believe anyone with children should receive a pet, specifically one with an autistic child (whom the cat bonded with immediately). Her theory was that a cat should have it's own room in your house. She told me that because their animals were never euthanized and they ran on donations, they can deny anyone they want and to "go find a place without standards" if I wanted a cat. That cat was still in a cage a year later. It seems as if they don't want to adopt out, just receive funding.

I picked a kitten at the Webster shelter from an abandoned litter. He's wonderful and happy; well loved by both my children and we've had him for a year now.

Basically: do not donate to this place. Do not adopt from this place.

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I would give them a zero if I could. The volunteer at Petsmart was very nice. The woman who makes the adoption decisions was a horrible person. She was snide and rude. I wish I remembered her name. She didn't believe anyone with children should receive a pet, specifically one with an autistic child (whom the cat bonded with immediately). Her theory was that a cat should have it's own room in your house. She told me that because their animals were never euthanized and they ran on donations, they can deny anyone they want and to "go find a place without standards" if I wanted a cat. That cat was still in a cage a year later. It seems as if they don't want to adopt out, just receive funding.

I picked a kitten at the Webster shelter from an abandoned litter. He's wonderful and happy; well loved by both my children and we've had him for a year now.

Basically: do not donate to this place. Do not adopt from this place.

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Got a cat and found out it had ringworm didn't want to compensate for vet bills, just warning you

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Got a cat and found out it had ringworm didn't want to compensate for vet bills, just warning you

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I understand that they only make money from donations and adoptions, but they are also dishonest. They claim that their adoption fees cover spaying/neutering, vaccinations, and microchipping, but they don't actually pay for any of it themselves. The people who bring in stray animals are required to first take the animal to the vet to have it spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and tested for aids. Then, they are required to pay an additional $75 to the shelter to take the stray animal. Again, I understand that they only receive money this way, but they could at least be honest about their practices.

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I understand that they only make money from donations and adoptions, but they are also dishonest. They claim that their adoption fees cover spaying/neutering, vaccinations, and microchipping, but they don't actually pay for any of it themselves. The people who bring in stray animals are required to first take the animal to the vet to have it spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and tested for aids. Then, they are required to pay an additional $75 to the shelter to take the stray animal. Again, I understand that they only receive money this way, but they could at least be honest about their practices.

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The Bay Area SPCA is a clean shelter, with friendly, caring staff and wonderful animals for adoption. You can see the animals snuggled up in comfortable chairs, playing with toys and doing their best to find the perfect forever home.

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The Bay Area SPCA is a clean shelter, with friendly, caring staff and wonderful animals for adoption. You can see the animals snuggled up in comfortable chairs, playing with toys and doing their best to find the perfect forever home.

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I have been to this shelter twice looking for rabbits and cats. Both times I have been left feeling that the staff doesn't care. Staff is hardly ever around for questions. When I can find one, some of them have been very rude or they were very knowledgeable. It is a huge place and they house many pets, but I don't feel that they spend time with their animals. It is in a secluded area that is fairly easy to find though. I have been to many other shelters that were top notch and I don't think that this one is that good.

PROS: Big Shelter with lots of different animals
CONS: Unfriendly, hard to find staff

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I have been to this shelter twice looking for rabbits and cats. Both times I have been left feeling that the staff doesn't care. Staff is hardly ever around for questions. When I can find one, some of them have been very rude or they were very knowledgeable. It is a huge place and they house many pets, but I don't feel that they spend time with their animals. It is in a secluded area that is fairly easy to find though. I have been to many other shelters that were top notch and I don't think that this one is that good.

PROS: Big Shelter with lots of different animals
CONS: Unfriendly, hard to find staff

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Message from Bay Area Pet Adoptions

Bay Area Pet Adoptions/SPCA has been serving the Houston/Galveston Bay Area since 1967. We are a limited admission organization dedicated to the lives of the animals we accept into our program.





Our shelter relies solely on donations and minimal shelter earnings to house, feed and provide medical care to the animals at our facility. We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. We do not receive any government funding.

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