Join TCRAS at the Farmers Market
At Memorial Park in Woodland Park
Every other Friday
June 9 & 23, July 7 & 21
August 4 & 18 and September 1, 15 & 29
Rosie has a home!
Rosie was brought to the shelter after her human passed away, leaving her alone in the home for days before she was discovered. She needed a lot of medical care, including heart surgery. After a lot of time in foster care and lots of TLC, she has now been adopted by her foster family. We are so happy for Rosie! You can make a big difference in the lives of animals like Rosie – contribute to our Mighty Medical Fund today!
“Forever improving the lives of animals in our community.”
Pets saved in 2017
2016 Total Saved
Returned to owner
2016 Returned to Owneer
Hours: Weekdays: 10 am – 5 pm
Sat: 10 am – 4 pm / Sun: 11 am – 3 pm
Physical address: 308 Weaverville Rd., Divide, CO 80814
(behind the sheriff’s office in Divide)
Mailing: PO Box 904, Divide, CO 80814
Next Event : Voting begins for the 2018 TCRAS Calendar
The Brewing Science Institute has 5 gallon, food grade buckets with lids, ON SALE for only $1 each!
All proceeds from these sales will be donated to TCRAS!
Call Cori Maldonado at 719-482-4895, ext. 4, to reserve your buckets and for directions to their new facility. Thanks!
B.S.I. is located at 106 Glen Dale Drive, Woodland Park
Todd was found as a stray, but no one ever came to claim him. Once we were able to take him to the veterinarian, we found out that one of his back legs had been fractured over 3 months ago and had never been treated. Now the treatment he needs will cost around $2500. If you want to help Todd get the medical treatment he needs to be pain-free and able to live life fully again, please donate to our Mighty Medical Fund. Every donation $100 or more will get your name entered into a drawing for a 128 GB iPad, drawing to be held October 1. Thank you for helping Todd and animals like him who are looking for a new “leash” on life!
TCRAS would like to thank our wonderful staff who worked with limited access to areas of the shelter, and families that volunteered to foster guests during the kennel resurfacing project. Our staff continued to care for our guests and adapted to the challenges of not having laundry, food prep or dish washing facilities! We had amazing volunteers who opened their homes to foster and we appreciate that you gave our guests a wonderful home while the kennels were unavailable. If you haven’t seen the kennels, please stop by. We’d love to see you!!
To see this month's newsletter and find out what our volunteers have been up to, click HERE
The Volunteer of the Month for April is - Cynthia R. From Cynthia: "I would like to submit this picture in honor of Crimson. In 2014, I agreed to foster an older dog who was dropped at TCRAS. Crimson was just a little, red 15 year-old dog. She was not thriving...