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Hike to help homeless pets

2014wntHike with your dog at the Wag `n Trail on Saturday, September 20! Nestled in the metro Denver foothills and held at Glendale Farm Open Space, the event is only a short 15 minute drive from Denver. You and your dog will enjoy a beautiful, leisurely hike around the 1.6 mile trail, shop for pet-friendly merchandise and enjoy demonstrations.

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Please give a Colorado cat a home - hundreds of cats and kittens available!

cat-specialWith more than 300 cats and kittens available for adoption, the Dumb Friends League has waived adoption fees for all adult cats (1 year and older) through the entire month of September, and with additional specials on kittens every weekend. 

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Disaster preparedness for you and your pets

disaster preparednessIn the last two years, Colorado has experienced some of the worst natural disasters on record, with thousands of people and their pets displaced due to fires, floods and severe weather. On the anniversary of the 2013 floods that devastated many Colorado communities, and in honor of National Preparedness Month, the Dumb Friends League is reminding families to consider your pets when planning for an emergency.

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A Colt even Broncos fans can love

coltThere’s a new colt in town—and this one’s a Broncos fan! Miles was born on Sept. 7 at our Harmony Equine Center, just a few hours prior to the Broncos first game of the season.

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Buzz: On his best behavior

BuzzMy daughter and I went to the Quebec Street Shelter in June because I saw a little red-headed kitten named Rusty on your website, and I wanted to meet him. We were told that Rusty had been returned by his previous family because of aggression issues, and that he would do best in a one-pet home. We asked to meet him anyway and were not disappointed. He had a very loud purr and was very sweet.

We decided that he had likely been taken from his littermates too soon and didn’t have time to learn manners. I have three cats and two Bernese mountain dogs—lots of critters to teach him—so I took him home to the “zoo.”

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