HOURS & LOCATION
800 Southwest Dr.
Cheyenne, WY 82007
Walk Thru Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 3 PM- 5:30 PM ONLY- must have an appointment to adopt.
Currently available only by telephone at 632-6655 from 11 A.M. - 4 P.M.
Virtual Adoptions by appointment ONLY 10 A.M. - 4 P.M
We are accepting owner-surrenders by appointment only at 632-6655.
Check out our rehoming program!
Daily basis from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. - Please call ahead 632-6655
Main Office: (307) 632-6655
Animal Control: (307) 635-1453
After Hours Lost & Found: (307) 214-5779
The Cheyenne Animal Shelter provides intake, reclaim and owner surrender services to Cheyenne and Laramie County residents only.
What we do
We help people find new furry family members!
The mission of the Cheyenne Animal Shelter is to enhance the quality of life for animals and people through compassion, respect and education.
socially conscious sheltering
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We are proud to share our successes! Click here to learn more! Thank you for visiting our website and we look forward to meeting you soon!
Cheyenne Animal Shelter FY19 990
Cheyenne Animal Shelter Foundation FY 19 990
CELEBRATING OUR 50TH ANNIVERSARY
50 years and thousands of lives saved in Cheyenne and Laramie County. We want to share our history with you so click here!
What are the requirements to adopt a pet?
Are adoption fees negotiable?
Why do I have to do a dog-to-dog meet?
Do I have to get the pet I’m adopting from CAS spayed/neutered?
If you don’t have what I’m looking for, how often should I come in?
Will you let me know if my cat/dog I surrendered gets adopted?
If you euthanize my cat/dog will you tell me?
I can’t afford reclaim fees what do I do?
I can’t afford cat litter, will you give me some?
Will you vaccinate my pets?
Are you a No-Kill Shelter?
For dogs, our live release rate is over 90 percent! For cats, however, we continue to struggle with the feral cat and neonatal populations during kitten season. Because of this, we are constantly looking for more foster homes to help save the under-aged kittens, as well as funding to expand programs such as our Feral Cat Program, TNR, Barn Cat Program, and other community resources as funding allows. We have seen our live-release rate for cats steadily increase over the years and will continue working to achieve ever-higher live release numbers!