AUSTIN -- The Austin Humane Society is working to find owners of 92 animals displaced during Thursday morning's floods.
AHS said the majority of the animals are dogs, with a few dozen cats and two bunnies.
13 animals have been reunited with their owners so far, AHS said.
AHS will be closed through Tuesday night while they try to manage the displaced animals. They said they hope to reopen to the public on Wednesday.
Kelly Hanes with AHS said that none of the stray flood animals would be available for adoption until all efforts to reunite them with their owners have been exhausted.
AHS encourages those who lost animals to visit their Facebook page to try to spot their furry friends in photos of the unclaimed animals.
They have also created a Facebook album of photos submitted by owners that still have not located their animals following Thursday's floods. If you see any of these animals, contact AHS immediately.