Larimer Humane Society
An abiding respect for living things is not limited only to those that are wild, exotic or endangered. It is in that spirit that Art for Conservation partners with the Larimer County Humane Society to help promote its annual fundraiser, the “Top Cat and Tails” Gala. We have produced fine art reproductions, our employees have donated artwork for silent auctions and this year we are printing photographs depicting 40 years of care and protection to the animals of Larimer County.
Serving northern Colorado since 1969, Larimer Humane Society is an independent nonprofit organization that provides shelter and care to stray and homeless domestic animals, and rehabilitation for injured, orphaned and ill wild animals. Larimer Humane Society’s many services are designed to enhance and improve the lives of the people and animals that share the community.
In 2008, shelter, medical attention and care was provided to almost 12,000 domestic and wild animals. Lost dogs and cats were reunited with grateful guardians, and companion animals were placed in new homes. The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center provided nurturing care to over 2,800 birds, raccoons, squirrels, coyotes, foxes, exotics and farm animals allowing these animals to gain their strength and their freedom back into the wild.
40 years of dedication to creating life-saving options for homeless, abandoned, and displaced animals deserves the support and gratitude of the entire community.