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.
AHS is offering a limited amount of appointments for the general public to sign up to TNR (trap-neuter-return) Travis County cats ONLY. Cost is $20 per cat and includes spay/neuter surgery, Rabies vaccination, and flea prevention.
*Due to COVID-19, walk-ins will not be accepted. An appointment is required.
Cats must arrive between 7:30AM-9:00AM on the scheduled clinic day, and an appointment guarantees you a spot for the day. When you arrive at 124 W. Anderson Lane, Austin TX 78752 please park in the back parking lot of the shelter and follow the instructions posted.
Please remain in your car and text 512-439-9935 the full name the appointment is under and the exact number of cats you are dropping off for surgery (ex: JANE DOE 3). Staff will be available by phone to help you at intake the morning of the clinic if you have any questions.
All cats should arrive in a humane trap. There is a $15 transfer fee for each cat arriving in a pet carrier. No rodent traps. This is for the safety of both the cats and our staff.
For full details about the Community Cat Program, please click here: http://www.austinhumanesociety.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/AHSClinicInfo.v2018.03.pdf
To save time print (double-sided) and complete the intake form prior to arrival. link here
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 used 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.
*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*