Adoptable Pets

Teardrop

Teardrop is a chatty kitty. He’s looking for a person to veg out on the couch with, do your nails, have some treats, brush your hair, and just talk.

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Rufus

Rufus has been in and out of the shelter several times, so he’s hoping that his next home is his forever one! Meet this gentle giant today!

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Tally

Tally is an older gentleman looking for a quiet home. He loves to play with feline friends, so if you have one or two – or four – he won’t mind!

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Ebony

I’m a bit picky when it comes to dog friends, but that’s because I love you so much! Looking for a best pal? That’s me!

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Bitts

I am a curious kitty who has a passion for toys, food, and loving my family!

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Ali

Ali is looking for a home to help build his confidence! He’s a bit shy when you first meet, but he’ll warm up to you in no time!

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Ash

Ash is best described as a feisty little lady who has the cuteness of a baby seal and the attitude of a rock star.

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Dottie

Dottie is looking for an adventurous home! She is very athletic and will require daily exercise and enrichment.

Latest Happenings

Holiday Safety Tips for Pets

This month’s blog is contributed by Lauri Julian, Board Member & Chair, Education Committee for the Cheyenne Animal Shelter. The holidays are upon us and it’s easy to overlook potential dangers to dogs and cats. Keeping our furry family members safe during the...

Grieving the loss of a pet

This month, we welcome guest blogger, Shirley McCown who shares some insightful coping mechanisms when grieving the loss of a pet. For many of us, our pets are an important part of our lives. They sleep with us, eat with us, some go to work with us and some are our...

Fires – Floods – Tornados – Blizzards – Hurricanes – Oh My!!!

This month, we welcome guest blogger, Donna Crock who shares some important information on pet preparedness. Donna is a Cheyenne Animal Shelter Board Member and serves on the Education Committee. No matter where you live, there is always potential for a disaster. ...

When Pets Go Missing – Part 2

This month’s blog written by Lauri Julian (Cheyenne Animal Shelter Board Member and Chair of the Education Committee) focuses on the many actions you can take to help a pet in need of finding its way home. As mentioned in last month’s blog, the Lost & Found after...

When Pets Go Missing – Part 1

This month’s blog written by Lauri Julian (Cheyenne Animal Shelter Board Member and Chair of the Education Committee) focuses on the many actions you can take should your pet go missing; next time we will cover what you can do to help one in need of finding its way...

ADOPT A CAT FOR ONLY $10 – CAT LITTER NEEDED

  The Cheyenne Animal Shelter is featuring a sale on all adult cats.  Throughout the month of June adult cats though are only $10. This fee include the first set of shots, a spay or neuter and a microchip! The Shelter is also seeking donations of non-clumping cat...

The Dangers of Leaving Dogs in Cars — even on a ‘not so hot’ day

The Dangers of Leaving Dogs in Cars — even on a ‘not so hot’ day

It’s that time again… the weather is warming and we find ourselves concerned when we see pets left in cars. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), every year hundreds of pets die from heat exhaustion because they are left in parked vehicles....

Cat Adoption Promotion

Cat Adoption Promotion

The Cheyenne Animal Shelter's feline friends can go home with you for just $10 through the month of June!  All adult and senior cats are part of this promotion. Stop by the Shelter today --open daily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. --and find a new Best...

May eNewsletter

May eNewsletter

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Love Animals? Volunteer Today!

Love Animals? Volunteer Today!

VOLUNTEER APPLICATION PROCESS Thank you! We love that you are interested in volunteering to help us help the animals we serve here at the Cheyenne Animal Shelter and can’t wait to meet you!  Whether you enjoy real “hands-on” experience working with animals or would...

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800 Southwest Dr.
Cheyenne, WY 82007

Hours

Adoption hours:
11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily

Reclaim/drop off:
11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily

Seven days a week
(except New Years, Cheyenne Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas)

Contact Us

Main Office: (307) 632-6655 Animal Control: (307) 635-1453 After Hours Lost & Found:
(307) 214-5779

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