Welcome to Colorado Animal Protectors!

We are a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization incorporated as a 501 (c) (3) that serves to educate the public, law enforcement, attorneys, and legislators about animal welfare issues. We also provide support for other state organizations of similar goals.

Welcome to Colorado Animal Protectors!

We are a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization incorporated as a 501 (c) (3) that serves to educate the public, law enforcement, attorneys, and legislators about animal welfare issues. We also provide support for other state organizations of similar goals.

A Successful 2022 for Colorado Animal Protectors!

CAP accomplished so much this year, and we have big plans for even more in 2023. As a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization, we rely on your support.

We, the CAP Board Of Directors, would like to thank our 2022 sponsors for their financial support this year:
We also received many donations from generous individuals throughout the year that allowed the CAP Foundation to continue helping Colorado animals.

The year-end CAP & Colorado Pet Pantry (CPP) Holiday Pet Food Drive was a HUGE success!

Our final delivery of food and supplies to CPP was on December 27 bringing our total donations to 2,421 pounds of pet food, more than 125 pounds of kitty litter, and hundreds of pet beds/blankets, treats, toys, and other supplies.
On behalf of Colorado Pets & People --

Thank you for your generosity!

We look forward to seeing you in 2023!

Colorado Animal Protector's Mission

The mission of the Corporation is to educate the public and governmental entities on the importance animals play in our lives, our collective duty to protect all species including companion, domestic,farm and wildlife, and how stakeholders can work collaboratively to ensure all species remain a vibrant, respected and protected part of Colorado.

What We Do

CAP seeks to provide up-to-date information on Colorado animal welfare concerns by alerting the public, educating stakeholders, and facilitating the sharing of crucial information between appropriate organizations and individuals, facilitating a network of special interest professionals who can combine forces for the humane treatment of all state domestic, wild, and farmed animals through the sharing of experience, knowledge, and advocacy.

Here's How YOU can Help!

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Volunteering with animals is incredibly rewarding. You can make a HUGE difference in an animal's life just by giving a little of your time.

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There are many ways to give to Colorado Animal Protectors to assist our mission and donate to animal welfare concerns in Colorado.

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Join Us!

Join us and spread the word about what we do! Becoming a member helps support educational programs that improve the lives of animals.