The Stevenson Center began construction on its 3,300 sq. ft. second addition to the original building in July of 2012. The date of completion was March of 2013. The total space of the center after the newest addition is ~11,000 sq. ft.
The Stevenson Center received its first resident pets in 1993. Since that time, the number of pets enrolled in the program has grown rapidly, making it necessary for us to expand our facility. The center has received approximately $685,000 in gifts and matching funds for the construction of the new addition. Construction of the new building began in November of 2003 and was completed in August of 2004.
Pepe came to the center in October of 2021 from Florida. He is a 30 year old Mini Macaw. Kim is his “person” but we are all enjoying this little guy. Pepe is vocal and entertains us daily. He is a welcome addition to the center family.
Cody Mouse came to the center in October of 2021 from San Antonio. He is a beautiful Sheltie. His personality is as sweet as he is beautiful. Cody Mouse is a wonderful addition to the center family.
Reveille IX retired to the Stevenson Center after serving as Texas A&M’s revered mascot for 5 years. It is an honor to care for Reveille in her well-deserved retirement. She is a joy to all of us at the center. Rev has not skipped a beat while enjoying her new…
He came to the center in December of 2020 from Addison, TX. with 3 housemates. His littermate is Riley.
He came to the center in December of 2020 from Addison, TX. with 3 housemates. His littermate is Zeke.
He came to the center in December of 2020 from Addison, TX. with 3 housemates. His littermate is Dexter.
She came to the center in December of 2020 from Addison, TX. with 3 housemates. Her littermate is Dash.
Katie is a sweet 6-year-old cat who came to the center in Sept. 2020 from San Antonio.
April is a wonderful 4-year-old Labrador Retriever who came to the center in Sept. 2020 from San Antonio.
This beautiful Holland Lop rabbit entered the center in July of 2020 from New Mexico.
Millie came to the center in July of 2019. She is a Dandie Dinmont Terrier. We anticipate many years of love and fun with Millie in her new family.
Blossom came to the center in June of 2019 with her housemate, Pecos Bunny. She is a beautiful Netherland Dwarf rabbit. We enjoy interacting with Blossom. She is precious.
Pecos and his housemate, Blossom, came to the center in June of 2019. He is an adorable Netherland Dwarf rabbit. We are happy to have him as part of our center family.
Kacey came to the center in May of 2019 from South Carolina. She is a beautiful calico cat. We are all enjoying Kacey and welcoming her into her new family of humans and other cats. She has acclimated nicely to her new surroundings.
Chaco came to the center in November of 2018. He is a Holland Lop, We love watching Chaco play with a ball and jump around his enclosure. Chaco is a beautiful bunny.
Tiger Lilly is a beautiful girl who entered the center in July of 2018 with her housemates, Gracie and Jake. She is a young, energetic girl who is keeping us very active. This threesome is a beautiful family added to our family here at the center.
Gracie R. came to us from Abilene in July of 2018 with her two housemates. She is a sweet girl. We all enjoy dear Gracie.
Mr. Tabby entered the center in April of 2017 from Las Vegas. He is a very affectionate fellow. It was easy for everyone here to fall in love with him immediately. We are so happy to welcome him to our family.
Chen is a Papillon who came to the center with Twinkie in March of 2017. This little guy is a ball of energy and we are thoroughly enjoying his antics. Chen is another welcome addition to the center family.
Twinkie came to the center in March of 2017 with her housemate, Chen, from San Antonio. She is a beautiful Papillon with a sweet disposition. Twinkie looks like a little stuffed animal and is a wonderful lap dog. She is a pleasure and everyone loves her.
Rufus came to the center in July of 2015 with his twin brother, Tiger. He is a beautiful boy. Rufus is a welcome addition to the center family.
Tiger and his twin brother, Rufus, came to the center from the Dallas area in July of 2015. He is a sweet boy and loves attention. The entire staff loves this boy.
Princess came to reside at the center in June of 2015 with her buddy, Arjun. She is a sweet, petite girl. We are enjoying her immensely.
Sophia came to us when she was 3 years old in May of 2014. She came with her dear buddy, Cesar, from California. Sophia is full of energy and personality. We look forward to many years of joy with her. Sophia is a welcome addition to our “family” at the…
Jane Clare came to us in October of 2010 from Tyler, Texas. She is young and full of energy and life. We feel like brand new parents watching her grow up. Jane Clare will be with us for many years and it will be fun observing her growth and playing…
Angie came to the center in 2008 with her housemate, Gracie. She has quickly become the queen of the house and the primary “greeter cat”. Nobody enters the house without Angie getting lots of attention and affection. We love this beautiful, full-of-life kitty.
Jezebel came to the Stevenson Center in August of 2008 with her five other housemates. This is a beautiful grey tabby cat with lots of energy and athleticism. We should have a fun-filled future with Jezebel.
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. Enrolling your pet with your planned gift endowment will assure excellent care for the life of your pet.
This floor plan gives a view of the new 3,500 sq. ft. addition to the Stevenson Center. The new building provides additional living space for student residents and pet residents. The center now has 8,300 sq. ft. of space to house approximately 60 dogs, cats, and birds.
New building addition completed
Photos of building dedication Oct. 1, 2004
Madlin Stevenson’s niece, Mattie Stevenson, with Madlin’s dog, Baby, leads the procession through the new building at the dedication.