Giving to the Shelter

The Williamson County Animal Center has special needs arise throughout the year that cannot be funded by budgeted funds.

Check out our online wish list for specific items we need. Occasionally we also need one or all of the following items:
  • Emergency housing
  • Enrichment items
  • Facility enhancements
  • Special medical treatment for animals
  • Specialized training and equipment
  • Surgical equipment

How to Give


Williamson County Animal Center is an open door shelter to all residents of Williamson County, and no animal brought to us by a county resident will be turned away.

We welcome all donations and utilize them to provide high-quality care, vaccinations, and sterilization services to the animals entrusted to us. Both in-kind and monetary donations are accepted. Please note that donations to our county government-operated facility are tax deductible.

Pet food donations also benefit the community Pet Food Bank for county residents in need.

In Person or by Mail


Donations to Williamson County Animal Center can also be dropped off at the shelter or sent by mail.

PayPal


You can donate online, just click the donate to PayPal button.

Facebook
Online crowdfunding for birthdays or memorials are an easy and effective way to inspire others to help our animals. You can create an online fundraiser for our shelter via Facebook. Just select "Williamson County Animal Services, Inc." from the list of non-profits.

Friends of Williamson County Animal Center


If you prefer to donate to a non-government 501(c)3 agency, Friends of Williamson County Animal Center (also known as "Williamson Animal Services Inc.") is just such an organization.  This organization was established by citizens of Williamson County to support and benefit Williamson County Animal Center in its mission. To make donations to Williamson County Animal Services Inc.,click on the Donate Now button for PayPal donations.