Founded in 2012, Austin Lost and Found Pets is the primary resource for reuniting lost and found pets with their families in Austin.
Back in 2012, I started a little Facebook group to help me get my dog back. Ever since, the Austin Lost Pets group has grown and grown.
Ask most people how they feel about bats and you'll probably receive overwhelmingly negative replies. Fact is, most folks think bats are ugly, gross, creepy, smelly, and dangerous. None of these are true, as most Austinites can tell you.
Not all heroes wear capes, especially in the middle of the summer in Texas. This Central Texas man managed to save a baby deer and win over the hearts of a few local ladies when he jumped into Lake Buchanan to save this struggling fawn.
This weekend the Austin Animal Center is trying to find forever homes for more than 200 felines.
This month we will be decorating birdhouses, with wood burning, paint, etching, and stain. The troop with the best design, wins a free party!
Yesterday the Austin Fire Department dealt with a somewhat unusual situation with results that probably shouldn’t surprise any Austinite.
Up close, bats, snakes, and spiders might have frightening faces, but every single one of these honorary Austinites are friendly and helpful.