The mission of Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue, as a no-kill cat rescue and shelter, is to: Shelter and care for abandoned, abused and unwanted cats and kittens until permanent homes can be found, encourage responsible pet ownership, educate the public through community outreach, provide trap and release, spay/neuter information and resources to the public.
Established in 1982, the Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue is a non-profit, no-kill cat shelter located in Denver, Colorado. Society staff and volunteers care for approximately 125 homeless and abandoned cats. RMFR receives no government funding and is dependent upon donations from the community and the proceeds from fundraising events.
The shelter is located in an industrial area, less than five miles from Downtown Denver.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Shelter Address: 2390 S. Delaware Street, Denver, CO 80223 Shelter Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday Open Noon - 4 p.m. Weekend Hours: Saturday & Sunday Open Noon - 5 p.m. Closed Wednesdays and Major Holidays
Our Adoption Process...
Adoption fees are payable by check or cash only--we can not accept credit cards.
Fee includes: Spay or Neuter Vaccinations, FIV/FELV/HW test, Safety collar, Shelter ID tag and Cardboard carrier.
We also offer MICROCHIPPING for the low price of $30.00 per pet. By having your pet microchipped, you may be saving his/her life in the event he or she gets lost!
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