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Bastrop Pets at AHS

Austin Humane Society is currently housing over 120 animals displaced from the areas evacuated as a result of the Bastrop Fires. Many of these were dropped off at the Bastrop County Animal Control shelter during the evacuation, and we have their owner information and are simply caring for them and housing them until their owners get back on their feet. We also have many who were lost and picked up by search and rescue teams in the evacuated areas. We are looking for the owners of these animals, we are not fostering them out or adopting them.

Please look at this facebook album to see if we have your animal. We continue to get truck loads of animals and will keep this page up to date.

If you don't see your pet in our album, check the other pages below.

Other Resources Listing Found Pets

Bastrop Wildefire Find Your Pet

Bastrop Found Pets

Bastrop Lost and Found Pets

Texas Storm Chasers

City of Bastrop Fire Victims

Assistance Information for Animal Displaced by Wildfires

Lost and Found Pets from Texas Wildfires

Urgent Animals at Bastrop County Animal Shelter

Austin Pets Alive!

If you don't see your animals on any of these pages, email a detailed description of the animal (a photo if you have it), and the last place it was seen, to we will keep an eye out for your pet!

Lost Pets

Did you find a Bastrop pet? Look for it's owners.

Bastrop Lost and Found Pets

Lost and Found Pets from Texas Wildfires

Bastrop Vet Resources

If you live in the Bastrop area and your pet was injured in the fires, you can take them to the following local clinics for discounted services:

Bastrop Veterinary Hospital
2900 Highway 95 Bastrop
Offering both discounted and free services on a case-by-case basis 

Highway 71 Veterinary Hospital
124 Old 71 Cedar Creek
Offering discounted services 

Crossroads Animal Hospital
651 Highway 71 W Bastrop
Offering Payment Plans 

Elgin Veterinary Hospital
1399 Highway 290 W Elgin
Offering 25% discount to those effected by fires