Freeman-Fritts

A hill country no kill shelter

AWS Freeman-Fritts opened its doors in 1986 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization to serve the needs of Kerr County’s animals and is commonly known as Freeman-Fritts in honor of its founders. Situated on 5 acres, it is a no-kill shelter and promotes adoptions of homeless animals. It also provides services of spay/neuter programs, a low-cost clinic, vaccinations and medications; and provides education in responsibilities of pet care and ownership. Additional services are Boarding for both dogs and cats, as well as Grooming.

 

AWS Freeman-Fritts actively pursues community events for the exposure and benefits of the Clinic and Shelter by hosting a large Antiques, Collectables, Book Nook and Rummage Sale twice a year, managing a booth at the monthly (April- December) Market Days on the Kerr County Courthouse grounds, holding off-site adoptions and promoting the Freeman-Fritts cookbook.

Our team

Freeman-Fritts stands out because of the extraordinary dedication its staff has to its animal charges.

Not only are staff members qualified, they have years and years of experience working with and loving animals in need. This is a happy, focused, synergistic team that has been together for a long time.

Our facilities

We have a highly dedicated team that works as the backbone of our facility.

Wellness Clinic
Spay/Neuter
Cat - Shelter
Dog - Shelter
Boarding
Spa Day/ Grooming