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Important Update: Tularemia found in Fort Collins

The Larimer County Department of Health and Environment confirmed that Tularemia was recently detected in a  wild rabbit in southeast Fort Collins.  Dogs and cats get tularemia by eating infected rabbits or other rodents and through tick and deer fly bites. Please keep your pets safe by obeying leash laws. Learn more about tularemia and how to keep your pets safe here.

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Captain Americat is here to help homeless animals!

Through July 31st, all adult cats one year or older are FREE and adult dogs one year or older are HALF OFF. View our adoptable animals and come visit us today!

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On Our Way to the Ballot!

On June 17, Larimer Humane Society staff and volunteers handed in 22,000 signatures to the Larimer County Clerk & Recorder in hopes of putting a penny-per-$10 sales tax increase on the ballot in November. We need your help to ensure a favorable vote! Add your email address to our list to find out how you can help us build a better world for shelter pets.

 

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