Colorado Springs pet information and events starting January 13 | Celebrations

Need help?

Harley’s Hope Foundation – Provides financial assistance for critical veterinary care and behavior modification services, access to a directory of Colorado pet care resources, and educational information on preventive pet care and safety: 719-495-6083 , harleys-hopefoundation.org.

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Adopt shelter pet license plates – $80 one-time fee, $25 renewal fee for new or replacement plates, plus other taxes and fees. A portion of the funds benefit the Pet Overpopulation Fund. dmv.colorado.gov/group-special-license-plates.

Licensing of pets – Presented by the Humane Society of Pikes Region in partnership with Bandit Pete. Go online for fees: hsppr.org/law/license-your-pet.

Safe space for pets – Finding homes for pets of terminally ill owners. For information about pet rehabilitation or to find pets available for adoption, call 719-359-0201 or visit safeplacepets.org.

Looking for help?

9. Save the living – Foster homes are needed. supplies and medical care provided; 719-591-4640; colorado9lifes.com.

Breeder Release Adoption Service – Donations of money, food, dog collars and harnesses accepted; breederadoptions.org.

Happy Cats Haven – Donations of Costco, grocery and office supply gift cards, along with volunteer cleaning and adoption assistance needed; Gently used cat supplies are accepted. 719-362-4600, happycatshaven.org.

A Unique Store of Saved Hearts – Proceeds benefit local animal rescues, 3314 Austin Bluffs Parkway; 719-466-9797, saved-hearts.org.

Rocky Mountain Cocker Rescue – Volunteers and caregivers needed. rockymountaincockerrescue.org.

What if?

If an animal bites you, your pet runs away or you see a stray, call. Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region, 719-473-1741. To list a lost or found pet, go to hsppr.org.

Email adoption fairs and pet events at least two weeks in advance: listings@gazette.com.

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