The Cheyenne Animal Shelter has launched a form on their website to help pet owners reconnect with their furry friends.

The form gives pet owners the ability to include important information about their missing pets. They can also upload a photo for identification. The information will be displayed on the page for the public to view.

“Losing a pet can be a scary experience. There’s an urge to try to find your pet as quickly as possible,” said Stephanie Bilbro, Cheyenne Animal Shelter Manager, “This is a way to connect the community to each other and give neighbors a quick and convenient source that will help get animals back to their families.”

The shelter also encourages people to use all the other resources available to recover missing pets.

1. If the shelter is open, call the front desk at 307-632-6655.

2. During non-business hours, people can call the After Hours Lost & Found Hotline a call at (307) 214-5779.

3. Owners of missing pets should go to the shelter and see if it has the animal as well. If the animal is not at the shelter fill out a lost card and provide a photo.

4. Owners should use the Facebook group After Hours Lost & Found.


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