To find out how you can help Peaches find homes for her friends, simply fill out the contact form on this page!

Hello! My name is Staley...

I'm about 9 months old and I'm known as a Domestic Mediumhair kitty. 
Me and my brother Sam have been patiently waiting for our fur-ever homes a long time. I'm a very good boy and I'm even litter box trained! I'm good with other kitties. They say I'm on the calmer side for my age, but really I'm just thinking and ponderinging.

I'm Avalible for Adoption though Riverton Paws for Life at 515 S Smith Rd, Riverton or call at (307) 857-6002

Hello Everyone! I'm Peaches...

I am the Executive Vice President in Charge of Rodent Control and Hospitality.  My story started when I was born into a single-parent family.  My mom was in the process of moving my brothers and sisters and me to a new home when I somehow became separated from the family.  Fortunately, that was in the bushes behind the radio station building.  I cried out for a day and a half before my adopted human, Joe, heard my cries and took me inside the radio station.  I was so little they had to soak my food in milk so I could eat it.  My baby picture is here on my very own web page along with other pictures.  I have been told that I am quite photogenic!

Right away Joe took me to see Dr. Boulette to make sure I was in good shape and Dr. B even comes to the radio station to see me several times a week, I think I must be his favorite patient!  In fact, lots of people come by just to see me.  Former Mayor Del McOmie is one of my favorite visitors.

I have had a pretty good life over the past 14 years, or so.  I was an indoor cat only for the first several years until Joe built me my own outdoor enclosed yard outside his office window.  That way I can go out and not be in danger of getting run over on the highway.  I go in and out whenever I want unless it is cold.  The deer and other animals that live back in the tower property come by and we visit and rub noses and lounge in the sun.  In the hallway at the rear entrance to the radio station I have my own area where my water bowl is always filled with fresh water and there are always cat crunchies available.  I think I may be a little bit spoiled because every day Joe serves up some extra special canned cat food and there are even some special cat treats that are kept in a special jar.  There is a handy cat calendar right above my feeding station where I am able to keep track of my many appointments.

I have decided that the radio station has been pretty good to me and now I want to share my good fortune and lend my voice to other homeless pets in the area and that is the reason for my web page.  We will be featuring cat and dog stories and pictures of pets needing homes.  So, please check my page frequently and let’s give other homeless pets forever homes.




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Hi, I'm Pete... 

I'm a male Grey Tabby just under one year old. My name means "The Rock". My friend Peaches is helping me to find my furever home. I have been neutered and vaccinated. 

I'm available for adoption at Wind River Veterinary Clinic at 108 Tweed Lane in Lander or you can call at (307) 332-5512. 

Hello, my name is Wendy...

My dear friend Peaches is trying to help me find a new home though her social petworking. Not much is known about me or my past, but what can I say? I'm a lady of mystery... I'm a calico Domestic Short Hair, I'm about 14 in Cat years (which means I'm just under one year in Human Years). 

I'm available for adoption at Wind River Veterinary Clinic at 108 Tweed Lane in Lander or you can call at (307) 332-5512.