Patricia

is a seven-year-old female Shih tzu mix. She may be unsure of people and situations at first, but warms up quickly. She needs a home that has older or no children but she does love other little dogs. She is great on a leash! 

Halo

is a nine-year-old female medium hair cat. She is looking for is a cozy home and a lovely family. Gaze into her eyes and see the really cool design in one of them!

Mountain

is a three-year-old male American pit bull terrier mix. He has a “mountain” of a personality! Come by and meet this majestic dog.

Spider Cat

is a two-year-old male barn cat. He is your friendly, neighborhood protection cat who will keep your area free from unwanted pests. He is learning that being a superhero doesn't mean you have to be a loner!

Reese

is a two-and-a-half-year-old female pit bull terrier mix. She is full of energy and loves to play with other dogs that share her play style. This precious pet will need some basic obedience training.

Sweetie

is an almost five-year-old female tabby. This shy but curious girl is trying to figure out this big world out. She prefers to be the only fur baby and would benefit from living in a quiet home setting.

Ned

is a one-and-a-half-year-old male Belgian tervuren mix. He is a super happy guy that is looking for an adventurous home! If you are active and love to see the world, Ned is the perfect companion for you!

Meow Meow

is a three-year-old female black cat. She is social, adventurous and knows what she wants. She is looking for a home that allows her to be adventurous.

Lost & Found Pets

Thank you for viewing our lost pets page. The animals showcased on this page were taken in as strays and are not available for adoption. If you have lost your pet, you must come to the Cheyenne Animal Shelter to submit a lost report. Because we receive so many lost animals on a daily basis, we cannot confirm whether or not your animal is here by telephone or email.
 
If one of the pet’s listed on this page matches the description of your missing pet, please visit the shelter in person immediately to positively identify your animal. 
 
If you do not see your missing pet on this page, please check frequently. Due to the large amount of animals we receive on a daily basis, we cannot guarantee that this page will show all lost animals in our building. 
 
All stray animals are held for a three day period. After the three days, your pet will become property of the Cheyenne Animal Shelter and will no longer be listed on this page. Please reclaim your animal as soon as possible to minimize impound fees. 
 

Starting on January 1st, 2019, the Cheyenne Animal Shelter will require all lost animals that are being reclaimed to have a current rabies tag. If the animal does not have a current rabies tag, the owner is required to pay a $25.00 deposit, which will be returned to the owner within 72 hours of bringing in the proof of a rabies tag. This is stated in Cheyenne city ordinance and is required – by law – to help prevent beloved animals in the Laramie County community from contracting the deadly Rabies virus. As a pet owner in Laramie County, a rabies vaccination and tag is also considered their city license and is required to be worn.

In order to reclaim your animal, you must bring proof of ownership (rabies vaccination, medical documents, etc) and a current ID.

Address

800 Southwest Dr.
Cheyenne, WY 82007

Hours

Hours of Operation:
Open Daily Until 6 p.m.*

Intakes and Reclaims:
Open at 8 a.m.

Adoption Consultation
and Meet & Greet Hours:

11 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

*(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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