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Behind the Scenes at CAS: Holiday Girls

It’s been a while since we had a CAS Behind the Scenes, but it’s about time we bring it back! A couple weeks ago 4 Red Pit Bull Terriers came into the shelter as strays. We decided it would be appropriate to name them Holly, Tinsel, Noel and Eve. They came in very skinny and […]

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Iams, Eukanuba pet food recalled for salmonella risk

If you feed your pets Iams or Eukanuba, you might want to check the bags. Parent company Procter & Gamble is recalling certain lots of Iams and Eukanuba dog food, and Iams cat food, because the bags were possibly contaminated with salmonella. P&G says the lots represent .1 percent of total production, but they are […]

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April 23, 2013 – Last weekend the Cheyenne Animal Shelter asked the community for help, as the dog food supply was getting dangerously low. The Cheyenne Animal Shelter saw over 2,000 pounds of food and several hundred dollars in donations made to the Cheyenne Animal Shelter to help re-build the dog food supply. Because of […]

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Cheyenne Animal Shelter Food Supply Low

April 19, 2013 – The Cheyenne Animal Shelter is running low on their supply of dog food and are asking for assistance from the community to help re-build their supply. Due to the recent weather storms there has been an influx of community members coming in for food assistance. Spring has also arrived which means […]

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Louden Hogg Saves to Save

We had a special visit Thursday March 28, 2013 from an extremely generous young man named Louden. He plays on a couple of hockey teams in Cheyenne and wanted to do something to help the homeless pets of Cheyenne. He is a goalie for both the teams he plays for, so he decided that for […]

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Students from the University of Wisconsin Stop by to help with Dog Park Renovations

The Cheyenne Animal Shelter is extremely grateful for the group of 40 students that came out to the shelter on March 26, 2013 for a great cause. The students are doing a tour across the country and stopped in 5 different cities along the way to do community service projects in each city they stopped […]

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Meridian Trust Donates to Cheyenne Animal Shelter

The Cheyenne Animal Shelter would like to thank the wonderful staff at Meridian Trust for their generous donation of $505.00 from their “Casual for a Cause” program. This program brings in money that they donate quarterly to non-profit groups around town. Thankfully they chose to donate their funds to us this time around! Every little […]

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Calling all volunteers and cat lovers. Do you have an opening in your heart to help kittens grow and thrive? The Cheyenne Animal Shelter is currently seeking members of the Cheyenne and Laramie County community that are eager to step up and help foster underage kittens that have already started to come through our doors […]

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Cheyenne Animal Supervisor awarded scholarship to attend Humane Society of the United States 2013 Animal Care Conference.

Animal Care Supervisor, Dannielle Fasen was awarded a scholarship to attend this year’s HSUS Annual Animal Care Conference in Nashville, Tennessee. The scholarship was nominated for a staff member of the Cheyenne Animal Shelter after gaining a professional relationship with a regional representative for the ASPCA. Dannielle Fasen was chosen to go on a full […]

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Secretary of State and Cheyenne Animal Shelter President of the Board of Directors, Max Maxfield, receives Cheyenne Kennel Club 2012 Humanitarian Award.

On the morning of Tuesday Janurary 15, 2013, Secretary of State, Max Maxfield received the Cheyenne Kennel Club 2012 Humanitarian Award. Each year the Cheyenne Kennel Club recognizes an individual who is involved with animals in our community. This involvement can be with a specific animal in need or helping to make changes for the […]

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