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Residents of the unincorporated Parker County and the City of Springtown need to call 817-594-8845 to check availability. Rental fees may differ.
How Does a Humane Trap Work?
A humane trap is a cage with a door on one end which can be lifted up and set in place with a small hook. The door is connected to a flat metal trip plate on the bottom of the trap. The trap is baited by placing food at the back of the trap, past the trip plate. When an animal enters the trap, the weight of its paw on the trip plate triggers the door to shut behind it. The trip plate is far enough away from the door so that the animal is not harmed.
Check the trap on a daily basis–Leaving an animal in a trap for an extended period without notifying Animal Control constitutes Animal Cruelty under the laws of the State of Texas, and is punishable by fines and/or imprisonment.
Do not set the trap on the day before or the day of a holiday, and do not lend the trap to any other person or remove it from your property.
Shelter is closed on Sunday and Monday, so do not trap on Saturday or Sunday.
Responsibility for the trap is solely yours during this agreement, and you will be held responsible for any expenses incurred by Weatherford Parker County Animal Shelter to repair or replace the trap if it is damaged, lost, or stolen.
Call us at 817-598-4111 as soon as possible. Leave a voicemail or tell the shelter employee your name, address, phone number and what is caught in the trap.
For more information, please call 817-598-4111 or email
303 Palo Pinto St. Weatherford, TX 76086 Ph: 817-598-4000
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