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Our Collective Responsibility to Homeless Pets During COVID-19

Our Collective Responsibility to Homeless Pets During COVID-19

Kristen Hassen-Auerbach | MARCH 25TH, 2020
A decade ago, a crisis like COVID-19 would have meant animal shelters closed their doors and quietly euthanized tens or even hundreds of thousands of pets. Today, thankfully, the landscape of animal welfare has changed so completely that the opposite is happening.

COVID-19 & Us

COVID-19 & Us

The COVID-19 virus has effected all of us. Click here to learn how it has impacted the Cheyenne Animal Shelter.

Take Paws Blog

Dogs Found Near Death

On October 10th, Cheyenne Animal Control officers were dispatched to a home in the 316 Central Avenue Area where they discovered two dogs that had been left to fend for themselves with no food or water. The animals were severely emaciated and only hours away from...

Temporary Reduction in Services beginning October 9

 The Cheyenne Animal Shelter will scale back its hours and services to the community for the next 14 days as another valued employee tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday.  The Shelter has been forced to close twice since March because of the virus. Shelter...

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