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Metro Animal Shelter will be operating under new shelter hours as of 07/01/18:
Monday - Closed
Tuesday - Friday - Noon to 6 pm
Saturday and Sunday - Noon to 4 pm


  

Trouble Says....

Don’t leave your pets in the cold! Remember, if it’s too cold for you, it’s probably too cold for your pet, so keep your animals inside. If left outdoors, pets can freeze, become disoriented, lost, stolen, injured or killed. In addition, don’t leave pets alone in a car during cold weather, as cars can act as refrigerators that hold in the cold and cause animals to freeze to death.

 HOME FOR THE PAWLIDAYS!!!

For the entire month of December...Instead of an adoption fee for any cat or kitten, we just ask that you donate a can of cat food. if you choose one that has not been neutered, you'll just need to put down a fully fundable $100 cash deposit...and that is refunded to you upon proof of neuter. We have all ages, sizes and colors of cats. Please visit the shelter if you are looking to provide a shelter pet a home for the holidays!

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Thank you for visiting Metro today and supporting our local homeless animals!
 
City Hall is now accepting pet registrations in room 105 during normal business hours.  Be sure to bring current proof of rabies vaccination.
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Metro Animal Services advocates for the neuter of animals! All animals available for adoption are on a first come, first served, first person on property with a pre-approved application basis.

THANKS FOR LOOKING!​​

Metro Animal Services

Information:
2392 E. Metro Road
Casper, Wyoming 82601

(307) 235-8398 Shelter

(307) 235-8278 Non-emergency Dispatch

Hours of Operation

Mondays - Closed
Tuesday - Friday - Noon to 6pm
Saturday and Sunday - Noon to 4pm

(Closed for all City holidays)

 

Tory Walsh
Shelter Director


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