Rescued Pets Movement seeks donations after storm knocks out portion of facility’s roof

Image of the roof of the Rescued Pets Movement facility after roof was partially removed by storms (Facebook/RescuedPetsMovement)

Rescued Pets Movement is seeking help from Houstonians after their facility was damaged during the severe thunderstorms that hit Houston Thursday.

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According to its website, the Houston-based nonprofit organization has saved nearly 87,000 animals since it was founded in 2013.

RPM posted images of the damage sustained on their roof after the storm, along with a message asking for help as they try to reopen their doors and continue finding Houston-area pets forever homes.

“Without a stable roof, it’s challenging to provide the safe and comfortable environment our rescued pets deserve,” the post from RPM reads.

If you’d like to donate, you can do so on the RPM’s official website here.

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Michael is a Kingwood native who loves shooting hoops, visiting local breweries and overreacting to Houston sports. He joined the KPRC family in the spring of 2024. He earned his B.A. from Texas A&M University in 2022 and his M.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2023.

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