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​​TLC Timeline

February 12, 2019

TLC opens third high volume spay/neuter clinic in North Houston.

August 1, 2018

TLC began a high quality, high volume surgical training program for Veterinarians.

June 1, 2018

TLC opened our Kitten Nursery modeled after Austin Pets Alive!'s program thanks to a scholarship from Maddie's Fund.

January 20, 2018

TLC opened our second location at the Abandoned Animal Rescue shelter in Magnolia.

December 2017

After our clinic flooded during Hurricane Harvey, we were able to double our surgical and wellness capacity when we rebuilt the Spring Ridge location.

May 2017

Mobile Animal Surgical Hospital purchased.  Partnership formed with the Magnolia School District and our first spay day is 5/21/17.

March 2017

TLC opened 2 more adoption centers at Petco at Spring Cypress and 249 and Petsmart Humble.

January 2, 2017

TLC opened our 3rd and 4th cat adoption centers in the Portofino Petsmart and the Klein Petco.

September 2016

TLC began to bring Rural Dog Rescue dogs to our cat adoption events to adopt dogs on their behalf.

August 2016

The Montgomery County Animal Shelter confirmed that since TLC opened, we have reduced the cat and dog total intake at the shelter by almost 600 animals per month during their peak intake months!

TLC performed our 25,000th sterilization surgery!

TLC performed our 1,000th cat adoption!

TLC partnered with Woodlands Dog Rescue to adopt out TLC cats at their adoption events.

July 2016

Texas Litter Control partnered with Rural Dog Rescue to adopt out the TLC cats at their dog adoption events.

June 2016

TLC and Montgomery County became a Fellow Partner with Target Zero.

May 2016

The Community Cat Program was born.  Montgomery County signed a contract allowing TLC to remove stray cats from the shelter and then spay/neuter, recover and release them to the address from where they came.

April 2016

The HelpMeKeepMyPet.com website was created.

A pet food bank was established at the TLC clinic.

​January 2016

TLC purchased a second surgical table and anesthesia machine to increase surgical capacity.

September 2015

Texas Litter Control began working to update the Montgomery Animal Control Ordinance and create a Community Cat Program.

July 2015

TLC moved from the 800 square foot trailer into a 3,200 square foot building.

February 21, 2015

TLC began providing a transportation service for spaying and neutering cats from Port Lavaca to the Acres of Animals clinic in Victoria.

January 2015

TLC opened its second cat adoption center at the Tomball Petsmart.

March 2014

TLC opened our first cat adoption center at the Willowbrook Petsmart.

February 2014

TLC expanded our hours of operation to 6 days a week.

January 4, 2014

TLC performed our 5,000th sterilization surgery!

April 13, 2013

TLC performed our 1,000th sterilization surgery!

February 5, 2013

Texas Litter Control opened the high quality, low cost spay/neuter clinic in an 800 square foot trailer.

September 4, 2012

Texas Litter Control was formed as a Texas Non Profit Corporation and 501c3 public charity.


Cats (Not Feral)224236403828485051696861
Trap Neuter Return (Feral Cats)694788843156218322167


Sterilization Totals4,9466,8807,11310,07711,11714,236

Montgomery County Animal Shelter Intakes




Adoptions (Cats and Kittens)

Live Outcomes02563438511080734
Other Outcomes01106079113
Save Rate*100%96.21%100%94.58%92.93%80.93%

*Texas Litter Control counts all animals we accept for adoption and into sanctuary including neonatal kittens and terminally ill cats with just a few months to live.  All lives matter to us.  We do not euthanize unless an animal is suffering with no other option.  Any cat who dies in our care are counted in other outcomes and count against our save rate including sanctuary animals.  2018 was a terrible year for our organization as far as disease outbreak.  We were hit hard with a panleuk outbreak as a result from the flood waters of Hurricane Harvey.  We lost over 40 cats and kittens to this outbreak.