Cheyenne Mountain Angel Paws Project

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When we began the Angel Paws Project, we had no idea that it would be so well received by our Cheyenne Mountain Animal Hospital clients. Donations over the past years have helped to fund treatment or provide spaying or neutering for a number of our clients who simply could not afford the necessary and sometimes life-saving care for their beloved pet. Your compassionate gifts have helped many a senior enjoy the love and companionship of a four-legged friend.

Donations can be in honor of your own pet, or in memory of an animal that holds your heart. You could have angel status today by a gift of $7.00 and you will receive a “soap bar”. Gifts of $35-$55 will underwrite the cost of a spay or neutering.

Whatever you do will be appreciated and you’ll be our “Angel” and an angel to pets to whom you will have given a lasting gift of love and affection. 

Thank You,

All of us at Cheyenne Mountain Animal Hospital

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