CAS Closed July 4th  

The Cheyenne Animal Shelter will be closed all day July 4th.  The drop box location will still be open and Animal Control will be on call at (307) 635-1453.  Normal hours will resume July 5th.

4th of July Pet Safety Tips:

Why Fireworks and Pets Don’t Mix is an ASPCA article with some tips to keep your pets safe and happy this 4th of July!

Happy 4th of July!

New Pet & Rabies Vaccination Survey  

Adopted from CAS recently?

Take our short survey and receive a $10 gift certificate to the Cheyenne Animal Shelter Retail Outlet!

Follow the link below or stop by the shelter to get your paper copy.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/QXKGG9W

 You will need your unique Adoption ID number from your adoption paperwork.  Once completed, we will send your gift certificate no more than 30 days after completion.

For more information, contact CAS at (307)632-6655.

 

 

Critter Camp 2015  

2015 Critter Camp dates and ages:

Camp is daily, Monday through Friday, 8am-3pm.

Scholarships Available! Email nrose@caswy.org for more information.

(All classes are for students that have completed kindergarten through 5th grade)

  • July 6—July 10
  • July 27—July 31
  • August 10—August 14

*We do ask that students have completed kindergarten

To register, print the Critter Camp Registration 2015 and bring it to CAS or email a scanned version to nrose@caswy.org.  If you have any questions, please call 307-632-6655.

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The Cheyenne Animal Shelter

The mission of the Cheyenne Animal Shelter is to enhance the quality of life for animals and people through compassion, respect and education.

For nearly 40 years, the Cheyenne Animal Shelter has extended the hand of kindness to neglected and abused companion animals in Cheyenne and Laramie County. Today, we are involved in an ever-expanding effort to accomplish a mission that goes beyond sheltering the homeless and unwanted pet population. Our goal is to find a home for every adoptable companion animal brought to our door. To reach this goal, we must increase the number of pets we place and decrease the number of pets relinquished. We hope to achieve this goal through ongoing community relations programs, such as humane education, offsite adoptions and outreach.