Adoptable Pets


I think litter is great! You can sleep in it, play in it, roll in it, potty in it, and kick it around! I love litter! Take me home and let me show you just how fun it can be!

Adoptable Pets


She is just what her name suggests! Star’s supernova personality and high energy makes her ready to explode like a comet. Meet this sweet girl today.

Adoptable Pets


I may come off a little rude at first, but I promise that if you give me some time to warm up, I'll be purring for you in no time.

Adoptable Pets


Raspberry is a very sweet lady! This lovely lady enjoys her walks and playing with her toys. Once she gets to know you, she is a total cuddle bug!

Adoptable Pets

Kit Kat

Kit Kat patty wack, give a cat a......bone? No thanks, he'd prefer tuna or catnip. This handsome man is looking for a quiet and calm home to call his very own!

Adoptable Pets


Presley is a six-year-old hound dog mix, who loves to sing to his people in true hound-dog fashion.

Adoptable Pets


I'm a bit of a scardy cat. I would love someone with the patience to help me overcome my fears. Will you be the one to help me become the social butterfly that I'm meant to be?

Adoptable Pets


Hey - you out there looking for a friend - if you’re lonely I'm your man! Meet me today!

Trap, Neuter, Release Efforts Gaining Momentum in Laramie County


 In early 2018, the Cheyenne Animal Shelter initiated a big push in its Trap, Neuter, Release (TNR) program. With the warmer seasons approaching, our Community Cat Program Coordinator has been able to set traps in the community, and so far we have been able to spay and neuter about 150 cats.

How does TNR work, and why is it important?

  • In a TNR program, feral cats are humanely trapped, spayed/neutered and returned to their home environment.
  • In our shelter’s TNR program, cats are not only spayed/neutered, they are also vaccinated against rabies and micro-chipped.
  • Trap, neuter, release is the only proven way to stop feral cat overpopulation.
  • If you see a cat that has been ear tipped, meaning the tip of the left ear has been shaven off, the cat has been spayed or neutered as a part of this program.

Volunteers are needed to keep this momentum going. We’re looking for volunteers to help set traps and caregivers of colonies who would be interested in participating in the program. To see what the TNR process is like, watch the video below.

Recent Adoptions

Thank you for helping these pets find a new home!


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, 4th of July, Thanksgiving and Christmas)

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


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