The City of El Paso

The City of  El Paso El Paso is a city in and the county seat of El Paso County, Texas, United States, and lies in West Texas.

In the 2010 census, the city had a population of 649,121. It is the sixth-largest city in Texas and the 19th-largest city in the United States. Its metropolitan area covers all of El Paso County, whose population in the 2010 census was 800,647. El Paso stands on the Rio Grande (Río Bravo del Norte), across the border from Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico. The image to the right shows Downtown El P

aso and Juárez, with the Juárez Mountains in the background. The two cities form a combined international metropolitan area, sometimes called Juarez-El Paso, with Juárez being the significantly larger of the two in population. Together they have a combined population of 2 million, with Juárez accounting for 2/3 of the population. In 2010 El Paso was awarded an All-America City Award, prestigious & the oldest community recognition program in the nation. El Paso is home to the University of Texas at El Paso (founded in 1914 as The Texas State School of Mines and Metallurgy, and later, Texas Western College; its present name dates from 1967) and the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at El Paso. Fort Bliss, one of the largest military complexes of the United States Army, lies to the east and northeast of the city, with training areas extending north into New Mexico, up to the White Sands Missile Range and neighboring Holloman Air Force Base in Alamogordo. The Franklin Mountains extend into El Paso from the north and nearly divide the city into two sections, the western half forming the beginnings of the Mesilla Valley and with the eastern slopes connecting in the central business district at the south end of the mountain range.



Sometimes we decide to stop
Not bcoz they dont love us,
B'coz we find that they are more
without us.........!!♥♥!!

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El Paso, TX

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I understand that the Humane Society of El Paso gets a great part of it's funds from big companies such as Petsmart. But was heartbroken to learn that a dog in cage BARN4, with ID has been there since June 20, with a broken leg, like in 3 parts, and up until yesterday, had not gotten medical attention. I just can't understand why 2 or more dogs must be in the same cage, regardless of whether they get along or not, and rip each other to pieces. Or in the best of cases, sleep in their own f***s. And I also can't understand why anything that is wildlife, such as squirrels, skunks, etc. brought in is, without second thought, euthanized. Period. No regard for their lives. It seems that the Humane Society in order to get funding, needs to have sufficient animals. And I can see there is good intention here, in that, the Humane Society of El Paso is trying to make it a no kill shelter. But when one life is spared and the other isn't, then it is a kill shelter. And when in order to keep the funding, you neglect an animal that needs medical attention, the only word I can think of is cruelty. I respectfully appeal to Mr Westerman, asking that these policies and how the funding is allotted be re-assessed and managed, so that it in fact becomes a no kill shelter, where animals will be given proper medical assistance, and a humane space. I know it can be easier said than done, but the purpose is defeated as it stands right now.