About the Center
The Stevenson Companion Animal Life-Care Center provides the
physical, emotional, and medical needs of companion animals whose
owners are no longer able to provide that care. Clients of the
center include pet owners who want to assure their pet's future
prior to entering a retirement home, being hospitalized for an
extended period, or predeceasing a pet.
The center was established by the Texas
A&M College of Veterinary Medicine in 1993 at the suggestion of
Dr. E. W. "Ned" Ellett, former head of the Small Animal Clinic at
Texas A&M University. Dr. Ellett's dream became a reality with
generous donations from the Luse Foundation and Mrs. Madlin
Stevenson. Mrs. Stevenson said she chose to support the center
because, "Animals are especially important to the elderly; this
center is dedicated to them and their pets." Mrs. Stevenson, a
life-long animal lover, passed away in September of 2000. Her 4
cats, 7 dogs, pony, and llama came to reside at the center at that
We invite you to visit the center located on the Texas A&M
campus, adjacent to the College of Veterinary Medicine and
Biomedical Sciences. Please let us know in advance, so that the
director of the center or a representative can be available to talk
with you. For your convenience, we have provided a map.
Publications About the Center
Texas Country Reporter Feature
Veterinary News Network Feature
Video Tour of The Center
Pumpkin and Bubba came to the center in March of 2013. Pumpkin is a
long-haired beauty. She has adjusted nicely to her new home.
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You have no one to care for your beloved pet after you have passed on. This unique home for animals is dedicated to meeting that need. Your planned gift will assure excellent care for the life of your pet.
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