The Laredo Animal Protective Society has a new policy for people who wish to drop off pets at their facility. LAPS is currently housing over 130 animals at their shelter, and that puts them at capacity. They are asking the public to not drop off any pets at this time, and to not just leave the animals outside their facility. "We've been inundated with a lot of calls on a daily basis and right now currently we don't have space, so we're trying to get better control of people calling and checking to see if we have space or not." The public is being asked to call ahead of time and see if LAPS has room available before taking by an animal. If your pets are already spayed or neutered you're asked to call on Tuesdays, if they are not you can call on Wednesdays. If you have an animal that needs medical attention LAPS will not accept it. All strays must be reported to animal control.