Question & Answer
- What do I do if I find a kitten?
- What if I can’t provide for my cat or dog anymore and need to surrender them?
- What can I do about all the cats in my area?
- What do I do if I have been bitten by an animal?
- What animals have to be licensed in Bexar County?
- What should I do if my pet is lost?
Leave the kitten where you found it. The mother will come back for the kitten.
Owner surrenders will only be accepted based on available space and are $150 per animal. The owner of the animal would need to come to our office to submit an application, fill out the form, and pay the fee before the animal(s) are picked up.
Cats do not have leash laws or containment conditions like dogs do. They are allowed to free roam. Animal Control does have a TNR program; however, since cats can live on their own and are generally not a threat to public health and safety, the TNR program is only done when space allows. If the public would like to help the community with the cat population in their area, they can work with San Antonio Feral Cat Coalition.
Exchange contact information with the animal owner (if there is one). Seek medical attention for the bite immediately. Contact Bexar County Animal Control 210-335-9000. If you decide not to seek medical treatment for the bite you can fill out an Animal Control Bite Statement.
Residents in unincorporated Bexar County do not have to register their animals at this time.
Contact Bexar County Animal Control to see if we have had any pickups or calls on animals in your area. Look at San Antonio Animal Care Services website to see if the animal is in that shelter.