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Cats Need a Home

Submitted by Lynn:

We have a relative that had a stroke and we need to find homes for her 4 cats. They have all been mostly inside cats. They are all neutered and/or spayed and are current on their shots. The one named Boots is a 12 year neutered cat that is a gray tabby and white color and is happy to sit around and be with someone that needs him. And there are 3 that are brother and sisters and are 2 year olds. The male neutered cat is black and white and there is a spayed female that is yellow and white and very sweet and just loves to be pet and then there is a spayed female that is very shy and i have not been able to catch her. If you have any place for these cats, please let me know by email at {This email is obscured. Your must have javascript enabled to see it}  or by texting me at 512-496-6771 and feel free to share this with others. I have attached pictures of 3 of the cats.




Free Pet Adoptions This Week!


July 1, 2013 (Williamson County, TX) Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter

(WCRAS) is the Land of the Free Adoptions. WCRAS invites the public to their free adoption event this week from Monday, July 1, through Sunday, July 7. All pets will be available for a free adoption (donations graciously accepted). The shelter encourages the community to give a special pet their freedom and bring home your new firecracker of a best friend.

WCRAS is currently at capacity and is preparing for many lost and scared animals they will be receiving during this holiday week. Many dogs escape their yards after being frightened by fireworks and end up at the shelter. Last year, 40 animals arrived at the shelter – a number the shelter does not currently have capacity for.

The community can help WCRAS save lives and keep their NO-KILL rating this month by updating their pet information and encouraging others to adopt new members into their families. Cheryl Schneider, Williamson County Animal Services Director, encourages pet parents to update their information on tags and microchips. “This time of year is a reminder to update the owner’s information on your pet’s tags and to make sure your pet’s microchip is also registered and updated. These simple steps are life saving.”

The Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter will be open regular hours this week and extend their hours for the 4th of July to 11a.m. to 6 p.m. All pets will be free to good homes.

Click here for more information: Free Independence Week Adoptions