Cat Herders Needed To Help Animal Shelter [VIDEO]
On a typical day at the Cheyenne Animal Shelter, they take in twice as many animals as they can adopt out. Those animals need lots of care, but so do animals that are not in their facility, E.g. feral cats,
Enter Emily LeClair, the new Community Cat Coordinator at the Cheyenne Animal Shelter. Now they have a new program to trap, neuter & release feral cats in our community.
They cannot help these cats alone and need you to report where they are, and they need volunteers to help locate cat colonies.
They also need help trapping, getting them into the clinic, assistance on surgical days, getting them monitored, and as they are coming out of anesthesia.
Professionals will provide health checks, vaccinations, dental checks and then release them back into the community.
This is HILARIOUS! Press play and thank me later.
To help, visit the Cheyenne Animal Shelter
800 Southwest Dr.
Cheyenne, WY 82007
Main Office: (307) 632-6655 Animal Control:(307) 635-1453