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"Mankind's true moral test, its fundamental test. . .consists of its
attitude towards those who are at its mercy: animals."
Milan Kundera, The Unbearable Lightness of Being (1984)
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If you've found an orphaned or injured animal,
and none of the organizations or individuals below can help you,
please check the related links to resources with useful information.

ARF - Animal Referral Friends for Wimberley
Rescue, rehabilitation and adoptions in Wimberley. We are a 501(c)3 tax-exempt, non-profit serving as a clearinghouse for lost and found pets. Call to report lost or found pets or adopt a new best friend...foster or give a home to a wonderful pet.  CLICK TO VISIT WEBSITE»
WAG - Wimberley Adoption Group & Rescue
P.O. Box 2603
WAG Rescue is a non-profit 501(c)(3) dog rescue organization. Our mission and passion is to rescue homeless, neglected, abused and forsaken dogs in the Wimberley area and place them into loving, permanent homes.  CLICK TO VISIT WEBSITE»
Animal Defense League
11300 Nacogdoches, San Antonio
The Animal Defense League is the largest 'no-kill' non-profit animal shelter in the Southwest, celebrating over 70 years of operation. We provide healing and compassion for thousands of animals annually, and find loving homes for them every day.  CLICK TO VISIT WEBSITE»
Animal Trustees of Austin
Animal Trustees of Austin, Inc. (ATA) is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt, non-profit animal welfare organization. Helps lost, abused and abandoned animals in Austin and surrounding counties.  CLICK TO VISIT WEBSITE»
Charlayne's Pound Puppies
Dog and cat rescue. A 501(c)3 non-profit organization who takes in animals from the local pound as room permits with adoptions every Sunday at PetSmart in Round Rock, Texas.  CLICK TO VISIT WEBSITE»
The Drift Inn Wildlife Sanctuary
State licensed wildlife rescue and rehabilitation. Providing services for deer, raccoons, oppossum, squirrels, ringtail cats, cottontails and jack rabbits.
Emancipet Spay/Neuter Schedule
512-587-SPAY (7729)
Providing low-cost spay-neuter services with a mobile unit to Wimberley, Kyle and surrounding areas. Click on the link for the schedule. All locations require an appointment (except for Free Thursdays and Fridays on the mobile unit.) Appointments fill up quickly so please make your appointment at least 1-2 weeks in advance. Please make sure you received a confirmation prior to bringing your animal.  CLICK TO VISIT WEBSITE»
Texas Parks & Recreation Wildlife Rehabilitation Information
Orphaned and Injured Animals: Assessment and Care. Texas Parks and Wildlife guidelines for determining whether an animal should be referred to a licensed rehabilitator.  CLICK TO VISIT WEBSITE»
Wildlife Rehabilitators Licensed for Travis County
Specialization and contact information for wildlife rehabilitators licensed by the state of Texas, including those for raccoons, ringtails, beavers, bobcats, opossums, deer, birds, bats and others.  CLICK TO VISIT WEBSITE»
Wildlife Rehabilitor(s) Licensed for Hays County
Specialization and contact information for wildlife rehabilitator(s) licensed by the state of Texas. Check here first to see if your animal is listed.  CLICK TO VISIT WEBSITE»
If adoption services through one of the organizations listed above is not an option for the stray and/or homeless animal you encounter, and you cannot foster it yourself, as a last resort you can call the Sheriff's Department 512-393-7800 and ask for Animal Control. Our Hays County Animal Shelter is PAWS, who will evaluate the animal and refer for adoption when possible.


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