Meow, meow! My name is Delhi and I’m an adult (DOB 6/10/12) domestic long hair orange girl who was abandoned at a vet clinic before Wild Blue came to my rescue. I’m the March Kitty of the Month celebrating all those who are Irish or wish that they were. My beautiful red locks would be…
Wild Blue Cats is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to saving the precious lives of cats and kittens who are abandoned, abused, neglected, displaced or surrendered, and to find them permanent homes or provide lifetime sanctuary or foster care. We also conduct TNR ventures outside city limits while supporting TNR efforts inside city limits to the best of our capacity. 100% of the cats we help are spayed/neutered, vaccinated and, when not feral, microchipped.
We are committed to preventing/eliminating euthanasia of treatable and savable animals. Euthanasia is a last resort for animals suffering severe injuries or illnesses which are causing extreme discomfort and poor quality of life for the animal.
Wild Blue is a volunteer run organization, with programs ranging from subsidized spay/neuter costs for low income families to kitten therapy for at-risk populations.
Lauri Cross, Executive Director and Founder
Kate Scheer, Deputy Director
Allison DuVal, Director of Operations/TNR
Wild Blue Animal Rescue and Sanctuary is located in Black Forest. We are currently raising funds for our “Special Care Unit” for felines with extra special needs! This new building will have a nursery where pregnant and nursing mama kitties for whom we have no fosters can safely raise their babies until weaned.
We will also have space for a few FeLV and FIV positive cats who need much longer to find their forever homes, due to their health concerns. Finally, the building will have a much-needed bathroom for volunteers, a laundry area for our rescue, and an area for storage of pallets of food and litter.
Donate today to help us build a place to “Special Care Unit” and care for those hard to adopt out special needs kitties!
Disaster relief has become an important part of the services Wild Blue provides to the community. We have learned that in a natural disaster it is not only the people and animals that need support, but it is also the community shelters and rescue organizations.
Wild Blue was eager to help out with both Hurricane Harvey in Texas and Hurricane Irma in Florida providing local support to the families and the community animal organizations.
Meet Traci Evans, the Wild Blue Cats Volunteer for May. When asked to tell us something about her, here is what she said. I lived in Pueblo, most of my life. I built Delta II rockets for 14 years and worked in a Hospital ER for 6 years. I remarried…
Kelsey has volunteered with Wild Blue Cats since July 2017. Kelsey spends most of her volunteer time with Mike and Jeff in Maya’s Village, caring for the feral colony. She loves socializing and taking pictures of the feral colony. Kelsey has always had a heart for animals, particularly felines. She…
Meow, meow! My name is Delhi and I’m an adult (DOB 6/10/12) domestic long hair orange girl who was abandoned at a vet clinic before Wild Blue came to my rescue. I’m the March Kitty of the Month celebrating all those who are Irish or wish that they were. My…
Volunteers come to Wild Blue Cats with a variety of skills. When we met Jeff Laboissonniere we knew that he would be a perfect fit for us. Here is a little bit more about Jeff, our March Volunteer of the month. Jeff moved from Southern California to Colorado in August,…
No Such Thing As An Unloved Cat Wild Blue had never done a Valentine’s Day fundraising campaign before- it hadn’t even crossed our minds- but a newsletter from the folks at GivingGrid.com in 2018 gave us the nudge to see how our supporters would take to it. With GivingGrid’s tools,…
Why You Should Clip Your Cat’s Claws Clipping their claws is super easy to do, but I know the first few times you do it, it can seem scary. Why Not Just Declaw? For the health and well-being of your kitty, Wild Blue Cats! and most veterinarians recommend not…