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Adoptable Cats



Below are the cats that are currently* available for adoption. The shelter cat room contains a host of wonderful cats and kittens of every color, age and size. We hope you will consider adding one of them to your home. You'll receive a lifetime of love for it!


Please come visit the shelter cat room – the kitties will always welcome your attention, if only for a brief moment….or for a lifetime.

* This page is not always as up to date as we would like it to be so please call the shelter for additional information.


If you are interested in adopting, please call 970-544-0206, or visit us at 101 Animal Shelter Road, located just west of the airport stoplight near the turnoff for the RFTA bus barn.

Please come visit!


Arjuna is a three-year-old black and white domestic short-haired male. Great hunter. Nice, loving cat. He is much more handsome than this photo shows.
(Posted 7.15.17)

Kittens Galore!

Six kittens left, ranging in age from 8 weeks to 3.5 months. All colors + sexes. Very playful!
(Posted 7.15.17)


Mura is a friendly, black and white  cat who gets along well with people and other pets. Through no fault of his own, Mura was released to the shelter because his owner lost her housing.
(Posted 5.30.17)


Christopher is a friendly, cool, 8-year-old orange cat who gets along well with everyone.
(Posted 6.7.17)


Nice, black domestic-short-haired female. Very affectionate with people and OK with other cats. Not good with dogs.
(Posted 1.16.17)

Chloe and Cosmo

Cosmo and Chloe are beautiful 18.5-year-old Tabby cats who were released to the shelter as a lifelong pair and we would like to keep them together. Sweet kitties! They are super affectionate and love to get rubs all over, especially under their chins. Low-maintenance, loving and very spry for their age. Chloe shown here and Cosmo is pictured below. Now that Cosmo has come out of his shell, it's hard to tell them apart.
(Reposted 6.7.17)


See description above.