The mission of the Cheyenne Animal Shelter is to enhance the quality of life for animals and people through compassion, respect and education. Support our mission and save a life!
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Hi, my name is Spud. I am a very happy, spunky and energetic boy! If you have the energy to keep up with me (take me on walks, hikes and play with me in a big fenced yard) check me out. I am a foster-to-adopt candidate. If you are willing to become my foster parent, and then my parent, please fill out an application at cheyenneanimalshelter.org.
Lila Marie is the best loaf cat ever, happily sitting in a hidden spot in complete Zen. This quiet kitty is happiest in a quiet spot with gentle pets or a warm sunny spot. Little Miss Lila may take some time to come out and say hi if she finds a spot where she’s comfy.
My name is Sheba and I am for sure a queen. I’m looking for my new home where belly rubs and treats are on demand.
pets adopted in 2020
Lost and found pets in 2020
As many things have changed during COVID-19, so have the protocols and procedures at the Cheyenne Animal Shelter including how patrons can surrender animals. Adoptions via an online application and an appointment have helped reduce the number of people waiting in the...
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The Cheyenne Animal Shelter has started accepting virtual adoptions. Click here to learn more.