Meet Chaulk -- a dog we cared for that suffered demodectic mange, skin infections and severe skin allergies! She got help and a great home through the generosity of donors but we need help to care for the many others that come through our doors!
Sometimes a homeless animal needs special medical attention, which can be costly. Help the Cheyenne Animal Shelter provide as much medical care as possible to as many as possible -- from something as simple as grooming to cut out mats and stickers to dental surgeries to repairing broken bones to treating defects.
Each year, over 5,000 homeless and unwanted, lost and stray animals come to the Cheyenne Animal Shelter. We are fortunate to have an in-house veterinary staff that performs nearly all of our spays and neuters as well as medical exams. Sometimes, a case is presented to us that is not only heartbreaking, but expensive to treat. One animal can soak up our limited medical funds quickly.