The Jalcary Shelter The Jalcary Shelter is a non-profit animal rescue organization dedicated to saving animals. We receive no federal, state, or local funds and rely solely on donations, volunteers and foster families. HELP ! We need Volunteers and Donations .

The Jalcary Shelter

The Jalcary Shelter is a non-profit animal rescue organization dedicated to saving animals. We receive no federal, state, or local funds and rely solely on donations, volunteers and foster families.

HELP ! We need Volunteers and Donations .

The Jalcary Shelter Team and our animals are looking for anyone who would be willing to donate time or money to our cause. Visit our volunteer section for details on how you can help the precious lives of Jalcary Shelter. We will hold adoptions at the Pearland Petco located on FM 518 @ Barry Rose in the Kroger Shopping Center and at Petsmart, broadway/518 in pearland, on Saturdays and Sundays from noon – 5:00 p.m.

Please come by and visit with the animals, bring a friend and then take another furry friend home with you. There are many different ways you can help reduce animal suffering, whether it be through adoption, volunteering, foster pet care, sponsoring a pet or a tax deductible donation.

About Jalcary Shelter

Shirley Tinnin began rescuing animals in December of 2003 and has assembled a small group of volunteers to help make Jalcary Shelter work. There is also a network of foster families that house and care for Jalcary Shelter pets. Unlike other organizations, we do not receive any government funding. This organization survives on donations, foster homes and volunteers and we welcome contributions!

imagesWe are located at our New Shelter in Manvel, Tx right off of FM 1128. We do adoptions from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Mon – Fri(Closed Sunday and Monday) at the shelter, but you can find us at Petco near Pearland, TX on FM 518 @ Barry Rose in the Kroger shopping center most weekends from 11:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. (Deviations from this schedule are updated on our home page.) We invite you to please come by and visit the wonderful animals and see if that special pet is there awaiting you and your family.

Every shelter dog and cat has a story to tell. Most animals in shelters are there simply because of a little bad luck–usually the result of “people problems” like divorce, foreclosure, and lifestyle changes. As you read this, thousands of dogs and cats of all breeds, sizes, ages, and personalities are waiting for new homes, eager to start a new chapter in their lives.

Thanks to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals we were able to obtain assistance with shelter maintenance and petfinder.com has made it possible to pour concrete runs for our larger animals.

We have rescued many animals and are very proud about placing them into wonderful loving homes.