Where are you located? What is your phone number?

Austin Siamese Rescue, Inc. does not have a central facility. We operate as a group of private individuals who foster cats in our homes. The best way to reach us is via email at loveasiamese@yahoo.com. You can also contact foster parents directly by using the email address included with each cat's description

I would like to meet a cat I saw on your website. Where can I do that?

We hold Adoption Days in various locations around town to give the public the opportunity to meet our kitties! Please note, due to space limitations, not every cat will attend. Cats may also not attend due to illness, age, social level, or unavailability of the Foster Parent. Please see our schedule for the next Adoption Day near you!

I would love to adopt a cat! How do I do that?

All the information you need is included in the Adoption Info section on the left. If you have any questions that aren't answered in that section, please email us at loveasiamese@yahoo.com.

I would like to volunteer with your group and help kitties in need!

Thank you! Please see our 'Ways to Help' section for more information on volunteer opportunities, as well as items we need donated. [This section is being worked on.]

I found a sick/injured cat and cannot afford to care for it. Can you help?

We do not have access to free vet care, and no one in our organization is a licensed vet. We are not qualified to give medical advice. If your cat needs medical attention, please do not delay! Searching for free help online consumes valuable time. Take your cat to a clinic right away. All vets take credit cards, and some can also work out a payment plan if needed.

I am new to town and don't know any vets. Can you recommend a good one for my cat?

We are so glad you asked! Not every vet specializes in cats. Here are a few of our favorite clinics that we feel provide top-notch care. Please tell them we referred you!

  • West Austin: Vet to Pet Mobile Vet - 512-413-2349
  • West Austin: River Ranch Animal Hospital - 512-331-7889
  • North Austin: Cat Hospital of Austin - 512-258-2024
  • South Austin: Paz Veterinary - 512-326-8200
  • South Central: Brodie Animal Hospital - 512-892-3486
  • South Austin: Riverside Veterinary Clinic - 512-444-3111
  • Round Rock: Central Texas Cat Hospital - 512-388-1299
  • Lakeway: Terrell Veterinary Clinic - 512-517-5517

I found a stray and would like to get it fixed and vaccinated, but I don't think I can afford it. Can you help?

We can recommend a wonderful low-cost clinic that is open to the public. Spay/neuter and wellness services are offered at a very affordable cost.

  • Emancipet - Offering low-cost spay/neuters and vaccinations. Emancipet operates a mobile clinic that reaches some outlying areas of the Austin metroplex. See their website for more information.

I have been watching a small group of stray cats steadily increase their population. I would like to get them fixed, but don't know how. Can you help?

There is a wonderful non-profit group in Austin that can help you get started. They provide lessons in TNR - Trap, Neuter, Release methods. The group is called SpayAustin. Please see their website for more information: http://www.spayaustin.com/

I am trying to find my cat a new home. Can you help?

Each case like this is evaluated individually.

  • First, we have to consider if we have space available in our foster homes. We normally do not have immediate space available, but can usually work a cat into our program within two to three weeks.
  • Cats who have complete, up-to-date vet work will receive priority. Cats who come with a donation to cover future care will also receive priority.
  • If you are willing to foster your own cat until a home is found, please let us know. Cats that can be fostered by their original owner can be entered into our program within a few days. Cats who come into our program will be made available for adoption.
  • Austin Siamese Rescue, Inc. makes a LIFETIME COMITTMENT to our cats. Our Adoption Contract requires the cat be returned to our care should the adoption not work out. In addition, we have a thorough screening process to make sure the adoption DOES work out! We want the BEST for our kitties - and so should you!
  • If you need our help, please be patient and work with us to do what is best for the cat involved. If you need to request foster care for your cat, please send us the following information via email: age of cat, date of last shots, spay/neuter status, and a clear photo.

Austin Siamese Rescue, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.