How do I surrender my animal?

The Lampasas Animal Shelter only accepts animals from residents of Lampasas and Lampasas County. There is no fee to surrender an animal; however it is by appointment only. Please keep in mind that all dogs and cats over 16 weeks of age are required to have a current rabies vaccination at all times. If your animal is not current on its’ Rabies Vaccination, you must have that done before you bring the animal in. All livestock must be approved by the Shelter Supervisor before it can be surrendered. The owner of the animal must bring the animal in to sign the surrender form, and must be over the age of eighteen. Owners will be required to show ID with a current address to prove ownership and residency. Once you surrender the animal, it will become the property of the Shelter and will undergo an adoption evaluation. We cannot make any promises regarding the animal’s outcome and cannot call to notify you if we make the decision to euthanize the animal. Animal surrenders are for animals that would be good adoption candidates.

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1. How do I surrender my animal?
2. How do I reclaim my animal from the shelter?
3. How do I adopt an animal from your shelter?
4. How do you determine if an animal is adoptable or if it will be euthanized?
5. What are your Fees?
6. What medical care does this facility provide to its animals prior to adoption?
7. What is your hold time on animals before they are euthanized?
8. Do I have to spay/neuter the animal I adopt from this shelter?
9. Do you accept donations?