Text Box: Emancipet Wellness WALK-IN Clinics 
Our clinic at the old School for the Deaf, 601 E. Airport by E. 7th St. No appointment necessary- first come, first served between 10am-3pm Monday-Saturday.  Go to www.emancipet.org or call 512-587-7729 for an appointment.  Low Cost basic veterinary services for spayed/neutered animals: Vaccinations, Heartworm Prevention, Flea & Tick Control, and Deworming.  Free Mobile Clinics to Spay/Neuter Your Pets is online at http://www.emancipet.org/spay-neuter/freedays/ or call 587-7729.  Space is limited, first come, first served basis with a 3 pet limit per visit.

Emma S. Barrientos

Mexican American Cultural Center

600 River Street, 974-3770 (NEW #)


Monday - Thursday 10 am - 9 pm
Friday: 10am - 5:30pm
Saturday: 10am - 4pm
Rentals now available on Sundays, too!


“National Arts Program” – Main Gallery

November 20 – January 15, 2011

City of Austin employees and their families exhibit art work


Mosaic Arts International 2011

February 18 - March 20


Mosaic Arts International unites compelling materials, innovative design and masterful technique currently explored by a selection of the best international artists working in the medium.

Stray Cat Spay/Neuter Program

Esterilización Para Gatos Callejeros


Austin Humane Society

124 W. Anderson Lane

(on the frontage road to Hwy 183

between I-35 & Lamar Blvd,

across from Red Lobster)

Contact: Leticia Stivers at

512-685-0111  Se habla español


For stray/free-roaming cats

Reservations required

Clinics every Wed & Thurs

Check in: 6:30am-8:30am

Pick-up: by 6:30pm

Cats must arrive in animal trap

(no pet carriers, crates or boxes)

Loaner traps available w/deposit

Free trapping classes

Cats must weigh min. 3 lbs.

Ear-tipping mandatory


It’s the ONLY humane solution!

Aprenda como “Atrapar, esterilizar y

devolver” (TNR)  ¡Es la unica solucion compasivo!

Text Box: Got wild or stray cats at your home or office? A homeless cat can produce 1,000s of unwanted kittens over their lifetime! Contact Calene at 656-6299 if  you have cats near you that need to be spayed or neutered. TNR Project volunteers will trap the cats, get them spayed or neutered free of charge, and then bring them back  to release them where they came from. It’s the best way to improve the health of homeless cats in our neighborhood.  
Text Box: Need help cutting energy bills? Special programs for seniors & low-income folks. SAVE $$ 
Call Ronnie in the customer 
assistance program at 972-7725 or www.austinenergy.com