Contact Us

Shadow Cats Rescue operates in Austin, Round Rock, and surrounding areas.

Correspondence may be sent to:

Shadow Cats
PO Box 720
Round Rock, TX 78680-0720

Parcels may be sent to:

Shadow Cats
17 Lake Drive
Round Rock, TX 78665

Email Us:

Before contacting us, please read the following:

We take in ONLY feline leukemia positive cats as we have space available from high kill shelters only. Otherwise, we do not take in cats.

PLEASE READ our Finding Responsible Re-Homing Options on our RESOURCES page and then go to the TNR TEXAS page and read their resources from rescues and organizations locally and nationally BEFORE you contact us. Additionally, before you contact us, check out the Best Friends National Network Partners page for a rescue near you that may be able to assist you. If you have a cat that is feline leukemia positive and we can’t accommodate them, please contact Austin Pets Alive at felvstudy@austinpetsalive.org to see if they have availability.

The ONLY thing Shadow Cats can do is take in FeLV+ cats as we have space and send you to the resources listed here. We can also provide educational information.

The volume of mail we receive is tremendous. We sincerely apologize but as we are volunteers we are not always able to respond to all inquiries. Most rescues are overloaded with not enough funding and sometimes the best thing that can happen for an animal is for you yourself to keep it safe and give him/her a home.

Shadow Cats is a rescue dedicated to the care of our current resident population of ill, immune compromised, injured and senior cats. We are not a shelter and do not accept animals for surrender or adoption. We promote Trap, Neuter and Return (TNR) as the most humane and effective means to control the community cat population. We provide information and resources to spay or neuter community cats. We do not trap cats for you, but the information on our website will provide you with the resource information to help solve cat issues. We recommend networking with family members, church members, neighborhood associations, no kill shelters and rescue organizations whose mission is adoption in order to place social cats or kittens. That information can also be obtained at our Resource link.