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Pet of the Month: Chippy

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Hello Woodlands in partnership with Operation Pets Alive highlights a “Pet of the Month” that features a local dog or cat available for foster and/or adoption in Montgomery County, Texas. Operation Pets Alive is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization striving to elevate Montgomery County to a No-Kill community through innovative programs that raise community awareness, reduce the number of dogs and cats that enter our shelters, and increase the number of dogs and cats that leave our shelters alive.

For our Pet of the Month, we are excited to introduce you to Chippy!


Life takes some turns and Elmer (now Chippy) has come back into our care. His foster took him into her home at just 8 weeks old, he wasn’t even 3 pounds! He and his sister quickly found a home together, but after four years together she was no longer able to care for them.

Chippy is a social guy and comes running when you walk in the room. His major goal in life is to spend as much time in your lap as he can. He’ll do anything that he can to get your attention and is also quite chatty. He definitely wants to be the one and only animal in your home, he craves human attention like you wouldn’t believe and isn’t a fan of sharing it with other animals.

At 4 years old, he’s playful but also just likes to chill and nap. He’d be great with older, respectful children or would be wonderful in an all adult household. Anywhere he could get unlimited snuggle time would be perfect. To see more pictures of him, check out his foster’s Instagram account @adopttexaskittens!

If you are interested in meeting or adopting Chippy, submit an application on Operation Pets Alive’s website (no obligation to adopt) with his ID 12338335:


As a private, non-profit organization, Operation Pets Alive relies solely on the assistance of caring and hard-working volunteers in all of their programs. If you’ve got time, talent, passion and skills for helping OPA save pets, you can make a difference in the lives of homeless pets in our community. Learn more about how to volunteer, foster or adopt an animal, make a donation, and more at