Are you a senior citizen looking for a pet that is laid back, devoted, well behaved, and very loving? A senior dog or cat may fit perfectly in your home! Older pets are easy to care for since they have a lower energy level. They are very affectionate and loyal. Senior citizens can adopt senior pets at a reduced adoption fee. Check out some of the great senior pets at Laramie Peak Humane Society!
Laramie Peak Humane Society is helping outdoor cats through our Community Cats Program.
LPHS Community Cats Program involves trapping, neutering and returning (TNR) feral cats also known as “Community Cats.” The cats will be ear-tipped for identification, vaccinated for rabies and CVR.
Please contact us if you are feeding any outdoor cats. The more that we know about where the cats eat and spend their time, the more successful we’ll be.
Our goal is to spay and neuter 325 cats per year for the next two years!
We haven’t forgotten about the pet cats. Vouchers are available to get your cat spay or neutered.
Funding for the Community Cats Program is made possible by a grant from PetSmart Charities®.
Laramie Peak Humane Society is in need of foster homes for the upcoming kitten season.
By providing a foster home, you can help with the training and transition from the shelter to a forever home. Foster arrangements can be for a few weeks to several months.
Foster families are needed for mother cats with new born kittens, orphaned kittens under 6 weeks that need to be bottle fed, and kittens between 6-10 weeks.
To foster kittens there needs to be an area where the kittens can be kept separatly from other animals such as a laundry room, bathroom, or extra bedroom. Formula and other supplies will be provided.
- Cats are available for adoption at the PETCO in Casper, WY
- Putt for Paws is coming up this spring! Watch for more details.
There are many ways to help out at LPHS.
Socialize Animals: if you have some free time, come down to the Humane Society and walk or play ball with a dog, brush a cat, even just hold some of the scared, abandoned kittens that come in each year. Every minute spent with an animal helps socialize them and make them better adoption candidates.
Adoption Events: take pets to off-site adoption events and help them find their forever homes. LPHS attends adoption events at Casper Petco, Cheyenne Petco, and local events including Douglas Farmers Market.
Fundraising: LPHS has several fundraising events throughout the year such as Paws and Pearls, Putt for Paws, the Dog Gone Race, and the LPHS Garage Sale.
Transport Volunteers: Help transport dogs and cats to rescues or off-site adoption centers.
Maintenance: help is needed to keep our shelter looking good. LPHS needs help with landscape maintenance as well as handyman services and general upkeep.
Community Cats Program: LPHS needs help with distributing door hangers to notify neighbors when Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) is taking place in an area.