Blue

Name: Blue Age: 3 Years Description: Blue was found wandering alone in the desert with no humans in sight and none that have called to claim him. He’s about 3 years old, gets along with other dogs (cats kind of randomly), rides well in the car and is super sweet.

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Mr. T

Name: Mr. T Breed: Black and White Age: Description: Mr. T is a special cat who is looking for his forever home.  Having never lived indoors, he was found in freezing conditions with a severely injured front leg and brought in to Fremont River Veterinary Clinic as a stray.  His right

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Animal Care Facility Manager – Mel

Mel has been “re-homed” in Teasdale, UT now going on five years and prior, spent five years of long vacations touring and getting to know this magical place from it’s most grand landscapes to it’s simplest, fascinating details. Growing up in Maryland on the Chesapeake Bay, he focused his studies

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April 5th, 2021

The Color Country Animal Welfare shelter will be opening this summer, which will be a wonderful thing for many animals. Adoptions, rescues, and day care for dogs and cats will be available. Stay tuned for more info as we get closer to the opening day! The CCAW website is also being updated,

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Adopting a New Dog

  It was just about ten years ago when Dottie Weaver, founder of Color Country Animal Welfare, rescued a beautiful Border collie mix she saw being dumped on the highway. Dottie knew I had recently lost an Australian shepherd of whom I was very fond. She thought I needed another

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A Happy Trio – Blue’s Story

  We adopted Blue from Color Country Animal Welfare (CCAW) while she was being fostered three years ago when she was about 5 years old. The second we met, she clung to me, and I knew that she was destined to be part of our family. As I was leaving

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President – Sarah Tal

Sarah became involved with CCAW in 2013, inspired by its founder Dottie Weaver. Originally from Oregon, Sarah has a B.A. from Kenyon College and a J.D. from the University of Utah. As a day job, she works for the State of Utah from her home in Torrey. Animals have always

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Vice President – Lee Austin

Lee Austin

Lee worked as Host/Reporter for Utah State University/Utah Public Radio. He got a BA from University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh the class of 1997. He served for ten years on the Cache Humane Society Board of Directors and helped that organization build and open the only animal shelter in Cache County, Utah.

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Treasurer – Leita Kingsland

Leita is a self-employed accountant, working primarily with nonprofits for the last decade. She has worked for CPAs and in industry and has over 30 years of accounting experience. Leita is a Torrey resident, who loves dogs and cats, hiking and gardening. She is a founder of CCAW and helps

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