Dog Park Video  

Check out this awesome video on the Nancy Mockler Dog Park by KGAB!

Bring your furry friend to have some fun this summer!

The park includes plenty of space for your dog to run and some training course activities.

If you have any questions, contact CAS at 307-632-6655!

Cat in the Hat: CAS Kitten Shower  

When: Saturday, May 16th, 12:00 p.m. to 2 p.m.

What: Accepting donations (newborn kitty), creating kitten baskets, Shelter Tours, Foster Family sign up.

Why: Kitten Season is here, so CAS must prepare for multiple kitty litters coming in.  We want to make starter kits for all foster families!

Where: CAS – 800 Southwest Dr.

Suggested Donation Items: KMR Formula, dry kitten food, pate, litter, bottles, toys, feeding syringes, scales, digital thermometers, feeding dishes, litter pans & scoops, wire kennels.

Training Classes  

Upcoming Classes! 

Underdog – for the freshly adopted friend needing help adjusting!

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-Monday nights, 6:00pm – 6:45pm

-Note: There will not be class on Memorial Day ( Monday, May 25th), a make-up class will be on Tuesday, May 26th at the usual scheduled time.

Polished Pooch – for the easily distracted dog needing a little structure!

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-Monday nights, 7:00-7:30pm

-Note: There will not be class on Memorial Day ( Monday, May 25th), a make-up class will be on Tuesday, May 26th at the usual scheduled time.

Adoption Option Workshop – a quick orientation style course!

-Thursday nights, 6:00pm – 7:30pm

Call CAS at 632-6655 for more info!!

 

 

The Cheyenne Animal Shelter

The mission of the Cheyenne Animal Shelter is to enhance the quality of life for animals and people through compassion, respect and education.

For nearly 40 years, the Cheyenne Animal Shelter has extended the hand of kindness to neglected and abused companion animals in Cheyenne and Laramie County. Today, we are involved in an ever-expanding effort to accomplish a mission that goes beyond sheltering the homeless and unwanted pet population. Our goal is to find a home for every adoptable companion animal brought to our door. To reach this goal, we must increase the number of pets we place and decrease the number of pets relinquished. We hope to achieve this goal through ongoing community relations programs, such as humane education, offsite adoptions and outreach.