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Laramie Animal Welfare Society (LAWS)

Helping Pets and Their People

Welcome! Laramie Animal Welfare Society (LAWS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping the animals of Laramie, WY. We also assist the work of the Laramie Animal Shelter to promote responsible pet ownership.

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LAWS Adoptables

LAWS adoptables are cared for in foster homes until adopted. A completed adoption application is required, and upon approval of the adoption application, pets will be spayed/neutered and micro-chipped. Learn more about LAWS Adoptables.

Laramie Community Adoptables

LAWS also assists in rehoming for local owners who can no longer care for their pets. These pets are also available for adoption, but adopters will need to contact the owners directly. Visit the Rehoming Bulletin Board.

(NOTICE: We have been having problems with applications not coming through to our software, so if you don’t hear from us within two days, please email us at contact@laramieanimals.org to let us know you submitted an application and on what date. We are working to clear this up and apologize for the inconvenience.)

Lost Your Pet?

Contact the Laramie Animal Shelter

If you see what you think to be abuse or neglect of an animal, or you need to inquire about a lost pet, the Laramie Animal Shelter is where you should start.

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Notifying PawBoost’s Rescue Squad™ is a free and easy way to alert local people on Facebook.

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Have You Seen Chief?

Have You Seen Chief?

He's been missing since Friday, March 15th. Chief has no collar...