"It is the mission of the Central Wyoming Spay & Neuter Foundation to provide financial assistance to qualifying families within Central Wyoming for the spaying and neutering of their companion animals. It is also our endeavor to provide education to the public regarding the necessity and benefits of spaying and neutering."
Applications for assistance are found in "Documents”. Please mail the application to the address at the top of the page. Signatures and initials are required on all applications. Completed applications may also be scanned and emailed to CWSNF@bresnan.net. Please enter "application" in the subject line on all emails so they don't get overlooked as spam.
· Voucher values range from $35.00 to $60.00
· Applications are reviewed on a weekly basis
· Vouchers do not cover the entire cost of the spay or neuter procedure
· Vouchers are only good towards a spay or neuter procedure at a participating veterinarian in Casper, Glenrock, or Douglas
· The pet owner is responsible for all costs above the value of the voucher
· Additional veterinarian services are the responsibility of the pet owner
Each day there are seven puppies and kittens born for every human born. In six short years, one female dog and her offspring can give birth to 67,000 puppies. In seven years, one cat and her young can produce 420,000 kittens. At this rate there will never be enough homes for all adoptable pets.
Locally, in Natrona County alone, euthanasia rates average 50 PETS PER MONTH put to sleep simply for lack of a home. This is a drop of over 50% over the last 5 years thanks to an increase in the number of animals that are now spayed or neutered, an increase in adoption rates, and an increase in community involvement through local and regional animal rescue and adoption efforts. But we still have a long way to go.
Through-out the United States millions of cats and dogs of all ages and breeds are euthanized annually or suffer as strays. Many of these are the result of unwanted, unplanned litters that could have been prevented by spaying or neutering. Rarely surviving for more than a few years on their own, strays die painfully of starvation, disease, freezing, attacks from other animals, or being hit by cars. Spaying and neutering is responsible pet care.
Join in the fight against pet overpopulation. Make a tax deductible donation!
Where do our donation dollars go?
CWSNF has an all-volunteer Board of Directors whose mission is to provide public education and financial assistance for low-income households in the Central Wyoming area for the spaying and neutering of their companion animals. This step is in furtherance of the goal to eliminate pet overpopulation and the ultimate euthanization of unwanted companion animals. If you are interested in assisting us in our fund-raising efforts, please contact us.
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Thank you for your support.
Address: P.O. Box 1062, Casper, WY 82602
Voice Mail: (307)265-6110 (Message only phone)
CWSNF Board of Directors:
Sally Minihan-Ayers - President, Secretary & Golf Tournament Coordinator
Colbi Maddox – Treasurer, Vouchers and Email
Kristi Rainbolt - Board Member
Sharon Darr - Phone Messages
Jamie Campbell - Web Services
Board Members Wanted! If you are over 18 years of age and are interested in becoming a CWSNF Board Member, send us your resume along with a cover letter that describes why you are interested, your experience as a fund-raiser, and what you have to offer as a board member.
Volunteers Wanted! We are always looking for more volunteers to help with our fund-raising events. Contact us at email@example.com for more information.
CWSNF is a 501 (c) (3) corporation. EIN 48-1293251