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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.

Spaying and Neutering Your Pet

Spaying and Neutering Your Pet

Whether one is adopting a furever friend or buying a pet, a consideration should be made whether or not to spay or neuter.

Take Paws Blog

The Perfect Gift for The Pet Lover or Pet in Your Life!

The Perfect Gift for The Pet Lover or Pet in Your Life!

Give a gift to the animals in our care in honor of someone. You can do so online and we’ll send you a card to give to them. If you come into the Shelter and donate, you can also select an ornament from our tree to give to them. The Cheyenne Animal Shelter also has a wide variety of gifts to give to the favorite pet in your life. We are open Tuesdays through Saturdays from noon to 6 p.m.

A New Vision of Becoming  a Regional Leader in Animal Welfare

The Cheyenne Animal Shelter recently celebrated 50 years of service to the local community. While there have been many ups and downs during that time, we have continued to focus on our mission of enhancing the quality of life for animals and people through compassion,...

From our Director – Britney Tennant October, 2021

Dex is an imposing figure of a dog. Around 100 pounds, the American bulldog has a bowling-ball for a head and rippling muscles beneath his sleek, white hair. If you’re like me, your first impression of this guy might be one of intimidation, brutish strength, and...

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