Every foster pet is spayed or neutered prior to adoption. Animal Rescue of the Rockies also works closely with two community cat organizations to reduce the number of community cats entering our shelters by participating in spay/neuter clinics and by fostering kitten litters born to feral cats and subsequently adopting them into forever homes.
The prevention of thousands of litters of kittens and puppies who could potentially end up in shelters.
Children and Youth (infants - 19 years.)
Aging, Elderly, Senior Citizens
Animal Rescue of the Rockies' primary focus is pulling dogs and cats from overcrowded shelters. We place the pets in pre-qualified loving foster homes and ensure each pet is spayed or neutered, microchipped, and vaccinated before adopting them into forever homes. We promote spaying and neutering to reduce pet overpopulation and encourage quality relationships between pets and their people through behavior resources and training.
In 2017, ARR adopted out 1,282 pets into forever homes.