GEORGETOWN, Texas – The Georgetown Animal Shelter shall be closed June 19-20 due to staffing shortages.
The shelter is asking anybody who finds a misplaced canine or cat to communicate with their neighbors and submit the misplaced animal on social media first.
Residents can even take the animal to a Georgetown hearth station to scan for a microchip. The hearth stations usually are not ready to take possession of any pets.
If a discovered animal has a microchip, firefighters can collaborate with microchip firms, veterinarian workplaces, and others to get hold of the proprietor’s contact info, in accordance to the City of Georgetown. If homeowners can’t be reached or recognized, hearth personnel may give steerage as to the subsequent steps.
The shelter says that if the animal can’t be safely cared for throughout the closure, residents can name Animal Control at 512-930-3510 subsequent 6.
The shelter anticipates returning to its regular schedule on Tuesday, June 21.