Please read this section thoroughly and carefully prior to making any reservations. Our documents guide you through trap preparation, trapping, housing the cats and preparing for the clinic. We’ll even help with what to do with the cats after the clinic.
Begin by reading the “Clinic Information & Policies”
Note: Payment for any services provided by the Austin Humane Society must be by cash or by credit card.
Clinics are held Wednesday, Thursday, and occasionally on a Monday.
If you are unfamiliar with trapping, please attend one of our free Trapping Workshops. You can also read “How To Trap”. Do not begin trapping until you have reservations
Find out about pet/owned cats in the area: what color, what gender, and other identifying information. Only trap free-roaming cats.
Do not bring in pet/tame cats without trying to find an owner and obtaining permission. The cats should not be transported, sedated and checked for spay/neuter, if they are someone’s altered pet.
Check carefully for an ear tip; release immediately if identified.
If you trap a sickly cat, please seek medical treatment with a full service vet before scheduling surgery to maximize the cat’s health.
To become familiar with your responsibilities once you trap cats, read through “Before You Arrive” and “The Day of the Clinic.” Once you understand what is expected, you are ready to make reservations. Do not begin trapping until you have reservations.
If you have read, understand and agree with the information provided above, you are ready to make Reservations.
Please note: To make a reservation, you must have a AHS Feral Cat Login Account. This is separate from the AHS Online Community account. If you do not have an account yet, click the make a reservation link below, then select register on the next page from the yellow bubble. If you have an account, you will either still be logged in and be able to go straight to the scheduler, or you will need to login. Remember, the only place you login with this login will be the Feral Cat Scheduler Reservation Page.