Cats & Dogs

Cats
Cats, Cats, Cats

One female cat can produce 18 kittens per year

Dogs
Dogs, Dogs, Dogs

One female dog can produce 20 puppies per year

SAN ANTONIO CITY ORDINANCES:
CATS   DOGS  
All outdoor cats are now required to be spayed or neutered. As of January 1, 2009, all dogs 6 months or older must be sterilized or an annual Intact Dog Permit must be purchased.
A Trap, Neuter & Return ordinance allows residents to care for feral cats in their neighborhood. All dogs must be confined to their owner's property at all times except when on a leash. Animal Care Officers have the legal authority to enter unenclosed front yards of private property to impound unrestrained animals.
Roaming cats are generally no longer considered a nuisance. Dogs who have been impounded more than once must be spayed or neutered.
Animal Care Services will not accept trapped cats without documented proof of an ordinance violation. All dogs deemed dangerous through the approved City process must be spayed or neutered.
Permits have been created for persons managing cat colonies. Breeders must obtain a Litter Permit and limit breeding of all females to once a year.
Breeders must obtain a Litter Permit and limit breeding of all females to once a year.  
CATS & DOGS - Online pet registration is now available at http://www.sanantonio.gov/animalcare/ACS Pet Registration.asp

FREE/LOW COST SPAY/NEUTER CONTACTS:

City of San Antonio
Animal Care Services

4710 State Highway 151
San Antonio, TX 75227
(210) 207-4738
www.sanantonio.gov/animalcare/spayneuter.asp

ANIMAL DEFENSE LEAGUE
OF TEXAS
11300 Nacogdoches Road
San Antonio, TX 78217-2318
(210) 655-1481
www.adltexas.org

SPAY/NEUTER
ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

6758 Ingram Rd
San Antonio, TX 78238
(210) 673-7722
www.snapus.org
SpaySA
 
1615 S. Laredo St.
San Antonio, TX. 78207

www.SpaySA.org
Visit www.saacs.net or call (210) 207-4PET for more information regarding the City's animal care ordinances.
NO-BIRTH IS THE FIRST STEP TO NO-KILL