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If you suspect animal cruelty or neglect, please contact the Police Department at 3-1-1. Of course, if an animal is in immediate danger, please call 9-1-1.

If you encounter a stray animal, please contact Austin Animal Center, as that is the best chance for the animal to be reclaimed by their owner. AAC is located at 7201 Levander Loop and their number is (512) 978-0500.

Austin Animal Center (AAC) is dedicated to providing and promoting humane treatment of animals while protecting the public health by managing the domestic animal population. The center is a City of Austin/Travis County facility. 
The animal center provides many services, including adoptions, impoundment, injured and stray animal rescue, and spay/neuter education. The pet adoption center and offices are located at 7201 Levander Loop Austin, Texas 78702.

Animal Trustees of Austin (ATA). Spay and neuter surgeries are performed by appointment at the Animal Trustees of Austin Spay/Neuter Clinic. Patients are discharged on the same day as surgery.
The Wellness Clinic is open seven days per week and services are provided on a walk-in basis, so appointments are not required.

EMANCIPET has chosen to advocate for and provide free and low-cost spay/neuter services since day one because they believe it is one of the most efficient and effective methods of reducing the homeless pet population. They provide spay/neuter services throughout the Central Texas area via both mobile and stationary clinics.

Austin Wildlife Rescue is dedicated to helping sick, injured, and orphaned indigenous wildlife of Central Texas. Wildlife Rescue has grown into a widespread network of professional rehabilitators and volunteers who assist the public through our Rescue Hotline (512) 472-9453 and our Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.