DENVER (CBS4) – The Dumb Friends League is trying to get more animals into homes by reducing the adoption fees for the next 6 weeks.

The organization has nearly 900 pets at its two shelters. One shelter is in Denver and the other in Castle Rock.

The organization is bracing for the typical influx of cats and kittens this summer, so the league has cut its fees to just $50 through the end of June to help the animals get homes.

The $50 fee covers spaying or neutering, micro-chipping, vaccinations and a free checkup from a participating veterinarian for any animal of any age.

Pet Of The Week

During morning and noon newscasts on selected weekdays, CBS4 features the Pet of the Week segments with animals looking for homes. Contact one of the following organizations if you are interested in adopting a pet you saw on TV:

Dumb Friends League


  1. CONative says:

    They say they have too many dogs, yet they continue to import dogs into the shelters from out of state. What does that do to the ability of dogs from Colorado to get adopted? How many Colorado dogs end up being put to sleep because of this?

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