Larimer Humane Society is currently housing over 110 animals displaced by the High Park fire. Dogs, cats, small mammals and small farm animals (the size of a goat or smaller) can still be brought to Larimer Humane Humane Society (6317 Kyle Avenue, Fort Collins, Colo.) Horses and cattle can be taken to the Ranch-way Feed building at The Ranch located directly adjacent to I-25, just north of Highway 34, in Loveland, Colorado. Evacuees requiring assistance for their pets are encouraged to contact 970-226-3647 ext. 7 to speak with an Animal Protection and Control dispatcher.
Larimer Humane Society is in need of monetary donations (www.larimerhumane.org/donate/), dry dog and cat food, and soft and hard dog treats. The Ranch is in need of 25 bales of grass hay for the livestock.
About Larimer Humane Society
Founded in 1969, Larimer Humane Society promotes and provides the responsible care and treatment of animals. As an open door shelter, Larimer Humane Society admits every animal in need, regardless of breed, sex, age, behavior, medical condition or history. Through quality adoptions, veterinary services, humane education, wildlife rehabilitation and release, and Animal Protection and Control services, Larimer Humane Society cares for nearly 12,000 domestic and wild animals each year. Larimer Humane Society is an independent, non-government, non-profit organization, and is not a part of any national humane organizations. For more information, please visit www.larimerhumane.org.