Ask yourself

What if your pet bites a person defending itself in a dog fight? Why do you have to leave Frisco to visit your pet in quarantine?

You discover that your cat is missing and you hear that Frisco Animal Services picked up a deceased cat earlier in the day while you were at work. Why do you have to leave Frisco to identify or collect your pet’s remains?

You find a lost pet in Frisco that you can’t keep overnight. Once again, you have to leave Frisco to take your frightened stray to a shelter.

If your family wants to adopt a shelter cat, you have to leave Frisco. Why?

There are many more questions where this came from. For instance, why is the richest city in Texas (ranked by population of 100K) not willing to provide its residents with their own municipal animal shelter? If you want some answers, we encourage you to call, email, or write your Frisco City Leaders by following this link. Frisco’s Pet Project encourages great minds to do great things, and this group of volunteers have created a lengthy list of animal protection and awareness programs that Frisco could develop. Check out all of our ideas on our What? page. They are PAWsome!

Keep Frisco Pets in Frisco!

Clearly, animals know more than we think, and think a great deal more than we know.

Irene M. Pepperberg
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