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Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter Takes in Another 11 Cats from a Single Location

  • 19 January 2022
  • Author: Yvonne Ramirez
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Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter Takes in Another 11 Cats from a Single Location

The Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter (WCRAS), in collaboration with the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO), has assisted an elderly
citizen with another owner surrender of 11 felines from the home, with more expected to come. This comes just two weeks after assisting with another owner surrender of 45 cats from a home in Round Rock. The case is an ongoing effort in cooperation with the WCSO and details are still emerging. We will update the public with new information as it becomes available.

Of the 45 cats taken in earlier in January, 15 have been either adopted or transferred to a rescue organization, leaving 21 cats available for adoption, some of whom are free to adopt through the shelter’s Adoption Angel program thanks to a generous owner. The remainder continue to be assessed as they settle into their new environment. 
 
The community can help the shelter with this additional strain on its resources through adoption, fostering, and/or donating. To adopt, email [email protected] to schedule an appointment. To foster, submit the Foster Application found at http://pets.wilco.org/How-to-Help. Needed donations include pine litter, cardboard litter trays, Science Diet adult cat kibble, canned cat food and Catego and may be dropped off at the shelter’s Services Center at 1855 SE Inner Loop in Georgetown.

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