COLOR COUNTRY ANIMAL WELFARE PRESENTS

THE ANTI-EVENT



You are not invited to attend the September Tent Party this year.  You won't need to worry about spilling delicious food on your clothes, controlling your unruly dog, or schlepping your auction items to the car.

Instead, join us from your couch to celebrate animals and their forever homes, and the imminent groundbreaking for CCAW's animal shelter in Torrey!

Between September 13th and 19th, all donations (100% tax deductible, of course) to CCAW will go directly toward the final $45,000 needed to construct the shelter. And all donors become eligible for some fabulous door prizes, including local art. 



Click here to donate and become eligible for some fabulous door prizes

"Currently, we have no animals available for adoption but please be sure to check back!"
PREVIOUS ADOPTIONS

Helping cats and dogs:
How Will You Change Their World Today? Click here.
How You Can Help Orphaned Kittens Click here.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to reduce the number of stray cats and dogs in the Wayne County area and to advocate for the welfare of all animals.


Color Country Animal Welfare is proud to announce we have broken ground on our new facility! Thanks to a last dollar matching grant from George S & Dolores Dore Eccles Foundation, we have raised the funds needed for the building and our contractor, Paul Brown and Sons, hope to have it completed by spring. We need a final $45,000 for fencing and a few other essential items before we can open. Please keep an eye on our thermometer and pass the word about this exciting and much needed facility in Wayne County. This facility’s operations will be funded in part by pet boarding for the area’s residents and large number of tourists who often travel with their pets. We have heard from many individuals, motels and RV Parks that are looking forward to this service.

As a 100% volunteer-run, non-profit organization, CCAW provides the only animal adoption, rescue, and spay/neuter services in a roughly 5,000 square mile area of south-central Utah. This geographically large and diverse area has had no animal control services or a facility to shelter found or abandoned dogs and cats.

With CCAW’s planned facility, lost or abandoned pets will have a greater chance at receiving good care, being reunited with their owners, or being re-homed.

Click here to read more about the building project.

Groundbreaking has begun on our shelter, click here

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