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If you are interested in our No cost Spay/Neuter program for cats, you must be a Williamson County resident, and be in a certain income bracket. If you are interested in our Cat S/N program, please call us at 615-790-5590 to see if you qualify.
If you need to surrender an animal (it is your pet, or you have had the animal for 30 days), you must live in Williamson County. Please bring a form of ID, and a document with your current address if your ID is not up to date. If you have any medical records on the pet, please bring them with you.
If you found a stray animal, the animal must have been found in Williamson County.
If your animal was found as a stray and you are coming to claim the animal, please bring proof of ownership. This can include a rabies certificate or medical records.
If you are interested in learning more about the Pet Pantry, please contact Friends of Williamson County Animal Center
Every cat that is available for adoption has been tested for FIV (Feline AIDS) and FELV (Feline Leukemia), given a microchip and a rabies shot. They have also received FVRCP (protecting against feline viral rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, and panleukopenia), dewormer, and flea control. If you are adopting an intact kitten, we ask that you pay a refundable, $50 deposit, and that you bring the kitten back to WCAC to get spayed or neutered
If the animal is on medication at the time of adoption, the rest of the prescribed dose will be given to the adopter. After the remainder medication is given, we suggest you take the pet to your vet for a checkup.
Once the adopted animal has left the building, all medical care must be provided at the adopter’s veterinarian. The front desk staff will provide all medical records at the time of adoption.
During high kitten season in the spring and summer, it’s not unusual to discover a nest of unattended kittens or a single kitten seemingly abandoned by the mother. You want to help, right? Before jumping to the rescue, consider these recommendations.