First group of cats from Buda animal seizure up for adoption

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Photo courtesy Greg Mitchum Photography.

Officials with the San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter says that the first group of cats from a large cruelty seizure can now be adopted after the cats received negative Histoplasmosis test results.

The 35 cats were part of 161 cats and 15 dogs rescued from a Buda home in November.

All cats that receive negative test results and have been spayed or neutered will be immediately available for adoption at the shelter and online.

The remaining cats from the cruelty seizure are awaiting their second round of test results, undergoing continued medical treatment, or are scheduled for spay or neuter surgery prior to being made available for adoption.

To encourage adoption the San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter is holding a $5 cat adoption special from Dec. 10-15.

All adoptions include the animal’s spay or neuter, microchip, rabies vaccination, kennel vaccinations, and city license.

For more information you can call (512) 805-2650.