Austin Humane Society
We will be closed this Thursday July 19th for all staff training
Thank you for utilizing the Austin Humane Society's Community Cat Program Appointment Scheduler. Please Scroll down to see our upcoming clinic dates and appointment availability.
There is a $10 transfer fee for each cat arriving in a carrier. All cats should arrive in a humane trap. No rodent traps. This is for the safety of both the cats and our staff.
We will continue to offer FIV/FeLV testing but we will no longer have the option to euthanize FIV positive cats.The rate of infection in stray cats is only 3-4% and most FIV positive cats can live a relatively healthy, full life with the virus. The primary transmission of the FIV is through deep bite wounds and neutering greatly reduces fighting behavior. Our veterinarians will continue to asses each cat individually and will recommend humane euthanasia if they deem it medically necessary. We will not make the decision to euthanize based solely on an FIV + test results.
For full details about the Community Cat Program, please click here: http://www.austinhumanesociety.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/AHSClinicInfo.v2018.03.pdf
1) You do not need to create an account with signupgenius.com to reserve appointments, but we do recommend it for easy communication.
2) In order to edit your appointments (add/delete/swap) you will need to create an account and save your confirmation email from signupgenius.com
3) If you're a regular trapper you may want to create an account for convenience (not required)
Please delete any appointments that you will not be using as far ahead of time as possible so that other individuals may use the surgery spots and we can help the greatest number of cats and individuals in our community.
As a reminder, cats must arrive between 6:30AM-8:30AM on the scheduled clinic day, and an appointment guarantees you a spot for the day. Please come to the front entrance of the shelter at 124 W Anderson Lane, Austin TX 78752 in the morning with your cats. **Make sure to line the inside of the traps prior to trapping (newspaper or cardboard) and cover your traps with a large towel or sheet to help keep the cats calm during transport**
AHS adoption lobby
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