Non-profits for Animals

Cat Care SocietyCat Care Society(CCS) was founded in 1981 by Linda East, DVM and Lynn Rowe. CCS is a nonprofit organization and was established in order to improve the quality of life for homeless, injured and abused cats in the Denver metropolitan area.

denver-dumb-friends-league Founded in 1910, the Dumb Friends League is a leader in providing humane care to companion animals—sheltering lost and relinquished pets, adopting pets to new homes, investigating animal cruelty, reducing pet overpopulation, and educating the public about animals and their needs.We are the largest community-based animal sheltering organization in the Rocky Mountain region. At our main shelter in southeast Denver, Colo., and our Buddy Center in Castle Rock, Colo., cats, dogs, rabbits and other small pets enjoy the comfort of a nurturing environment in state-of-the-art facilities.In 2012, we expanded our services to include shelter, care and hope for abused and neglected horses, ponies, donkeys and mules (equines).


Humane Society of the South Platte Valley - logo  The Humane Society of the South Platte Valley (HSSPV) is a non profit 501(c)(3) organization established to serve the communities of south Denver.  Our Humane Society offers shelter, care and compassion for lost, stray and unwanted animals until they are redeemed by their families or adopted into a new home.


Canine Partners of the Rockies - logo  Canine Partners of the Rockies‘ mission is to positively impact the lives of Colorado residents with disabilities by placing highly skilled service dogs with individuals who have mobility limiting conditions and facility dogs with professionals who provide therapeutic services to people with disabilities. CaPR also is dedicated to educating the public about the role assistance dogs play in the lives of people with disabilities.


larimer-humane-society   The Larimer Humane Society‘s vision is to lead the way towards an aware and engaged community dedicated to compassionate and humane care of animals by promoting successful placement and responsible pet ownership. Their mission is t0 promote and provide the responsible care and treatment of animals.

PetAid2PetAid Animal Hospital: PetAid Colorado, a 501(c)(3), was created to support education, scholarship, and service programs that improve animal health and welfare in Colorado. The involvement of veterinarians makes the foundation unique, allowing it to make the broadest impact on animal health and to offer services and insights that no other group can. In short, the foundation exists to make Colorado a better place for animals and people.


Wild-Animal-Sanctuary  Wild Animal Sanctuary, strives to prevent and alleviate cruelty to animals which are abandoned or that are subject to deprivation or neglect by providing care and boarding for such animals.