Adoptable Pets


Sandy really enjoys sunbathing in windows and napping after a good meal. If you're looking for a new furry family member – she’s your girl!

Adoptable Pets


Leroy is a happy little guy who may take some time to warm up to new people and places, but once he is comfortable, he will make a great little buddy for some lucky family.

Adoptable Pets


Pig is a low-maintenance lady who is looking for a family to help her work on slimming down by giving her lots of play time.

Adoptable Pets


Gunner is a sweet boy who loves to run! He would benefit greatly with basic obedience classes and a high energy human who will take him for lots of long walks.

Adoptable Pets


Callie is a sweet, mature lady who is looking for a fresh start in life. She enjoys long naps and pats on the head and would probably appreciate sharing her home with another gentle cat.

Adoptable Pets


Cami likes to be loved on and hopes her new family will take her on long walks and car rides. She has lived with cats and kids but may prefer to be the only dog in the home.

Adoptable Pets


I’ve been at the Shelter with my buddy Burns for two months! We’re looking for a new home to go to, and the good news is you can adopt both of us for only one adoption fee!

Adoptable Pets


I absolutely love to sing and talk to my people! I also get along well with other dogs! Can't wait to meet you.

Caring for Senior Dogs: How to improve their “Golden Years”

We want our pets to live forever and will do all we can to keep them healthy and happy. In order to do so, there are many things we need to consider as our pets age. Their eyesight gets poor, their hearing diminishes, and/or they suffer from arthritis as well as experience other health problems and diseases which can greatly affect their ability to function.

Read more on how to care for senior pets in the June blog.


The Cheyenne Animal Shelter has been selected by The Jackson Galaxy Project (JGP), a Signature Program of, to participate in the Summer 2018 Semester of Cat Pawsitive, a life-saving initiative that introduces positive-reinforcement training to cats in shelters and rescues. Supported by the Petco Foundation and Halo® pet food, this innovative training program for cats aims to increase feline adoption rates and maintain cat “mojo.”
Jackson Galaxy (star of the television show My Cat from Hell on Animal Planet, and founder of JGP) developed Cat Pawsitive with a team of feline behavior experts. Highlights of the program include:
  • Maintaining cat “adoptability” and feline social skills by enriching cats’ day-to-day lives
  • Increasing adoptions
  • Decreasing length of stay
  • Engaging and empowering volunteers and staff
  • Showing potential adopters that cats are cool and can even be trained!

The Cat Pawsitive program is designed to keep adoptable cats mentally and physically active in a shelter or rescue environment. The focus is on fun, positive reinforcement-based training sessions that go beyond playtime-as-usual to help cats maintain their mojo and connect more quickly with potential adopters. From teaching high fives and head bumps to “sit” and “come when called,” caregivers at Cat Pawsitive participating organizations engage with cats in a brand new way to really help cats to “click” with adopters.

The Cheyenne Animal Shelter’s Behaviorist, Brooke Byelich, applied for the grant opportunity, “I’m really excited to get started on this training!” said Byelich. “We have a strong program for training and socializing dogs. We’re hoping this will bring the same opportunity to our cats.”


800 Southwest Dr.
Cheyenne, WY 82007


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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