All animals were moved to the shelter's Kyle campus, Firehouse Animal Health Center in Belterra and Stay-N-Play Pet Ranch in Dripping Springs.
PAWS was looking for potential fosters should longer-term placement be needed. However, the shelter said Wednesday morning that the fire site's incident commander gave the go-ahead to move the animals back to the Dripping Springs campus, so emergency fosters are no longer needed.
The animals moved back to PAWS around noon Wednesday.
"We are truly grateful for everyone's quick thinking and actions in getting our pets and staff to safety yesterday. We appreciate everyone's support during this time, we have been amazed by your response to help!" the shelter said on Facebook.
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