Currently WMAW does not have any available Cats for adoption. Please Contact us if you would like to be contacted to be a foster
Surrender A pet
As a PACFA licensed Animal Rescue we are able to assist people with re-homing their animals. We need a surrender form filled out and any veterinary care information you have. Then a board member will meet with you about your surrendered animal, it's needs and issues. Filling out a form does not guarantee we can find a home. We are not a shelter so you will be required to keep that animal till we can find a home.
By law we are only able to help re-home animals if they have been your animal for 5 or more days. If you have not had the animal that long or can not keep it that long, they are required to go to Fremont County for the 5 day holding period.
Free pet tags to people in the Wet Mountain Valley - Get Your Animal Back
We are now offering Free Pet tags to animals in the Wet Mountain Valley area. Donations are appreciated. Tags come in 3 sizes Small, Medium, Large. We are hand engraving the tags with the Pet name and your phone number to help get your pet back to you. You can order your tag HERE or we will be able to make your tag at our next Microchip Clinic
Sign your animal up now
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Custer County Animal Database - Get Your Animal Back
We are working with a free national chip registry () so if your animal is found, the authorities can quickly scan them and have the web page contact you (your information stays private). If you do not have a microchip we will be hosting clinics to chip the animals (EVENTS) or you can visit your vet. The chip you currently have or get from the vet can be registered with this registry. It takes ALL chips and is Free for life. See the microchip information page for why chips are important, why you should choose us, and misconceptions about chips HERE
To get your animal in the database attend our clinic(s) (EVENTS) or Fill out a Chip Form or go to www.found.org to enter your chip information and create an account.
Ray Watkins Memorial
With Covid-19 affecting a lot of people’s jobs WMAW, and Ray Watkins Memorial fund, would like to help the families that are most affected so they can continue to care for their animals in this time of need.
WMAW will provide a check made to your vet for $5/shot (max 2 per pet) to help with the cost of vaccinations. Max 2 pets per household
To apply for the coupon click HERE.
We have a limited amount of money, so If you would like to donate please Click HERE, so we can continue the legacy of The Ray Watkins Memorial Fund.
Spay & Neuter
Spay Neuter Assistance
In response to a sudden cut off of the funding for low cost spay and neuters in the Wet Mountain Valley WMAW has pulled together to offer financial assistance for low income households to get their animals spayed or neutered. WMAW will also provide feral cat spay and neuters with application. WMAW hopes to get grants to bring back the low cost spay neuter for everyone, but till the grants are in place we will be offering the Feral and the Low Income program.
For information on Applying for a voucher click HERE
For information on the program and how you can help our community click HERE
Medical Bill Assistance Loans
WMAW is able to assist in bridge loans for veterinary medical bills. Loan repayment schedules will be based on individual cases. This is to make sure that your pet can receive the care they desperately need to have a full and healthy life.