San Marcos


The Hays County Courthouse is an historic courthouse located in San Marcos, Hays County, Texas. It was built in the Classical Revival style in 1908. It is recognized by both the National Register of Historic Places and Texas Historical Commission.

San Marcos, as the county seat and largest town in the county, is home to the Historic Hays County Courthouse centered in the downtown square.  The San Marcos River flows through town creating scenic views and easy access for swimming, canoeing and fishing.

Animal Control

The City of San Marcos operates a full-scale animal shelter which has a working relationship with the Hays County animal control officers.  A privately managed non-profit shelter, P.A.L.S., is located in San Marcos and is dedicated to ending pet overpopulation and pet homelessness with a spay and neuter program.

Hays County animal control officers are located in the sheriff’s office.  Animal Control: 512-393-7896

City of San Marcos Animal Shelter is the regional shelter  for Hays County, City of Kyle and City of San Marcos. We accept lost, found,  and unwanted pets from citizens and all pets brought in by Animal Control  Officers for these jurisdictions. We receive hundreds of cats and dogs every  month. The lost and found pet reports are ONLY a reference for the public and  staff. All pet owners MUST come to the animal shelter to look for and identify a lost pet.

The City of San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter and staff is not responsiblefor contacting citizens regarding lost and found animals.

City of San Marcos Animal Shelter

Animal Services
750 River Road
San Marcos, Tx 78666
Animal_Services_Info@sanmarcostx.gov
512.805.2650
512.392.1206 FAX

Pet Prevent a Litter (PALS) of Central Texas also in San Marcos.

The mission of the Pet Prevent  a Litter (PALS) of Central Texas, a non-profit corporation, is to help end pet overpopulation and pet homelessness. PALS is dedicated to promoting responsible  pet care through community education and spay/neuter programs for those in need.

Helping people and the pets they love:  Reducing pet overpopulation is critical to saving lives. The mission of the Pet Prevent a Litter (PALS) of Central  Texas is to help end pet overpopulation and pet homelessness. PALS, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, is dedicated to promoting responsible pet care through community education and spay/neuter programs for those in need.

We help financially disadvantaged people in the community fix their pets. PALS exists to help people as much as pets. For every animal that is spayed or neutered, there are fewer that end up homeless.

Pet Prevent a Litter (PALS) of Central Texas
P.O. Box 401
San Marcos, TX 78667
512-754-PALS

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Emily S Carter

My two beautiful little girl kitties came from ARF -- a rescue service in Wimberley. Maddie Bell, in the header photo, likes to help me make the bed.

Shelter cats are the best!

MISSION STATEMENT

Making a difference to pet owners looking for their lost cat [or dog] – this is a place to post information about your animal and to provide contact information -- see the Lost Cat page.

Its also home to cat and dog stories -- see The Literary Cat page.

Copyright

All text and images © copyright 2011 Emily S. Carter. All rights reserved.
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