Dumb Friends League
From frostbitten kittens to bomb-sniffing dogs, 2014 was quite a year for pets and animals in Colorado. Here are a few of our favorite furry tales (or is it tails?) from this year.
Two kittens rescued from a cold snap in September are available for adoption but will need specialized lifelong care.
A kitten that was rescued in Denver last week in below-zero temperatures will have to gain some more weight before she is put up for adoption.
A kitten was saved from near death after being found outside in a Denver family’s yard Thursday morning when temperatures reached well below zero overnight.
Hundreds of pets found new homes at a free adoption event over the weekend at the Dumb Friends League.
With more than 1,200 animals in its two shelters, the Dumb Friends League is waiving adoption fees for cats, dogs and other small mammals, regardless of how old they are.
The man who admitted to keeping more than 100 Havanese dogs at his home in Watkins has been charged with animal cruelty charges.
Some very needy puppies and dogs are getting a second chance after being rescued from crowded conditions at a home in Watkins last week.
Nearly 120 dogs rescued from a home in Watkins are being evaluated and cared for after being found in crowded and unsanitary conditions. The dogs’ owner may face charges of animal neglect.
More than a dozen donkeys left for dead have been rescued and their former owner is facing charges.