How do I adopt?
If you are interested in any of these pets, please download, fill out and upload an adoption form back to us at [email protected] for the type of animal you are interested in adopting. A member of our Animal Care team will contact you for a “meet and greet” appointment.
We do require you and your current family members (both 2 and 4 legged) to meet the new member of the family in a controlled environment prior to adoption.
We’re sorry, we only accept checks as a monetary donation. Cash and credit cards are accepted for adoptions.
HOURS & LOCATION
800 Southwest Dr.
Cheyenne, WY 82007
Walk Thru Hours: DAILY 3 PM- 5:30 PM ONLY- must have an appointment to adopt.
Currently available by telephone at 632-6655 from 8 A.M. - 6 P.M.
Scheduled Adoptions by APPOINTMENT ONLY 10 A.M. - 6 P.M
We are accepting owner-surrenders by APPOINTMENT ONLY at 632-6655.
Check out our rehoming program!
Daily basis from 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
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.
Animals with a heart on their picture are a part of our Lonely Hearts Club. These are the animals that have been at the Shelter the longest and are waiting for their new home! Meet our club members and see if you can replace the loneliness with love!
Animal Adoption faq
How do I adopt a pet?
While visiting the Cheyenne Animal Shelter, a pet adoption counselor will help you find the pet that is the best match for your family and lifestyle. After you select a pet, a Cheyenne Animal Shelter staff member will begin the adoption process, which often takes as little as an hour. Once you have reviewed all adoption paperwork, you’ll pay the adoption fee. Then you’re ready to take your new furry family member home.
Adoption Package Includes (worth roughly $370):
Microchip and national registration: $50
One month of pet health insurance for $1
At least one set of vaccinations: $40
A certificate for a free veterinary exam