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Kitten Season – The Next Wave

Cats can be prolific….cats that gave birth back in April and May can already be pregnant AGAIN.  Do you know someone whose cat might be in this fix?  Please send them to our website if they need help paying for spay surgery for their cat.   The shelter has been...

What to do about Ferrel Cats

SPSN is sometimes contacted about feral (“community” cats) who need help.  We do not provide services for these cats because there is another great local organization who does: Bastrop C.A.T.S Anonymous TNR Society.  They help people support the community cats in...

Is My Dog Stressed?

A lot of animals end up in shelters due to behavior issues.  Behavior problems can start when the animal is stressed and doesn’t know how to make the stress stop.  There are several signs our dogs exhibit to reveal they are stressed.  If you find your dog exhibiting...

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Bringing the community together to better the lives of animals,in partnership with the Bastrop Count

Due to a house fire in Bastrop on Mokalau Dr, these kitties have gone missing. If you live nearby, please keep an eye out for them! ... See MoreSee Less
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Puppy of the week: looking for a forever home is the lovely Kalispell, shown here romping with her brother, who’s already found a home. She’s a Great Pyrenees/Anatolian Shepherd mix who could be over 100 lbs when mature, so she needs a lot of room in her forever home. Kalispell has blue eyes and a soft fluffy white coat. She’s already spayed and ready to go home with her adopter. Contact the Bastrop County Animal Shelter if you are interested in adopting! ... See MoreSee Less
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Hey! Sure we have funny names, and if you think we should have better ones, then come adopt us and call us something you like! If you can't adopt us, why not make a donation to Shelter Pet Safety Net so they can help dogs like us with medical care and other things to make our stay at the shelter more comfortable?If you'd like to visit the dogs and you want to make sure they are still there before you drive over to 589 Cool Water Drive in Bastrop, call the shelter at 512-549-5160. ... See MoreSee Less
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