We Take "Humane to Heart," We Are A "No Kill Shelter."

Meet Billy Boy

Billy is a great little guy, a bit timid but a real sweetheart.  

He gets along well with other dogs and is great with cats.  He's housebroken and quiet.​

Billy doesn't chew up things and is fine left out even when you're not home.

It takes him a while to warm up to you but then if you sit on the couch he'll come lay down against you or snuggle up to your feet if you're on the computer.  He loves his walks and is great on a leash.

He needs someone loving to soothe his timid soul and let him blossom.

Billy is at a foster home at present and is not at the shelter.  Please contact his foster Mom at 361-205-2954 or email rebeccaclowe@icloud.com if you believe you can provide a wonderful loving home for Billy. 

Serving Rockport-Fulton and Aransas County

Rockport-Fulton Humane Society Adoption Center is dedicated to saving the lives of dogs and cats in Aransas County. For over 27 years all of our resources and efforts have been solely used in Aransas County to help save the lives of dogs and cats and find them loving homes. Because we are a "No Kill" shelter, we depend on the participation of county residents to help us fullfill our mission. As you may know the supply of surrendered, abandoned and stray pets is a never ending, constant flow. Thankfully we have been able to rescue and rehome a significant portion of these animals with your help and support.

We accomplish this with the help of a small professional staff and a number of passionate community volunteers. Funding comes from local donations and grants. Currently we can accomodate 54 Dogs and a similar number of cats.

Our expenses include our facility on Myrtle Street, a lean payroll and expenses such as veterinary care, food, bedding and other necessities. There is always more to do than available people power and funds can accommodate. This isn't a complaint, it's a reality and an opportunity for you to personally make a big difference even with a small contribution of time or money.

Any help you may be able to give would be deeply appreciated and would help save the lives of animals in need in our county. Even a couple of hours here and there to walk a dog or play with a cat will help. It doesn't need to be a big effort or large monetary donation to be a big help. If everyone donated a little time or a few tax deductible dollars there would be plenty. We need your help to do more, whatever you can find in your heart to do would be appreciated and would tremendously enhance the quality of life of an animal in need.

Last, but certainly not least, a heartfelt thank you to everyone who has helped in the past and is helping now. Whether you've adopted, fostered, volunteered at the shelter or donated money or pet supplies you are a big part of this wonderful organization. We're very proud of and grateful for the way our small community has shown it's big heart and civic pride in saving these precious dogs and cats.