The following post contains Information and excerpts from Colorado Humane Society http://www.coloradohumane.org
Anytime you suspect animal cruelty, or if you are in doubt about whether an animal is being abused or neglected, please call (800) 249-5121 or file an online report. Please click here to be redirected to the Colorado Humane Society’s Investigation forum.
You can also visit Crime Stoppers to leave an anonymous tip!
Colorado Humane Society has partnered with Crime Stoppers to offer a guaranteed anonymous reporting process that brings more awareness and prosecution to animal cruelty.
You can call the Anonymous Tip Line at (720) 913-7867 (STOP) or text to 274637 (CRIMES).
This partnership supports animal-related calls from anywhere in Colorado. If a tip results in a citation or arrest, you are eligible for a reward of up to $2,000.
For more information about Crime Stoppers or to anonymously report animal abuse online, please visit the Crime Stoppers website.
Not Sure if an animal is being abused or neglected? Here are some examples that may help you recognize signs of possible animal abuse or neglect:
- A cat or dog that is outside for long periods without food, water and proper shelter
- An injured or sick animal that does not appear to have received medical attention
- A cat or dog with a badly matted coat; its movements may be restricted and its face may not be visible
- An extremely thin horse with no visible food or water source
- A possible dog-fighting or cock-fighting operation
- An abandoned property where animals may have been left behind
Colorado Counties Served by Colorado Humane Society
CHS currently investigates animal cruelty in the following counties:
For more information or if you have questions, please visit http://www.coloradohumane.org or call (720) 241-7111 or (800) 249-5121.