Resources

Colorado Link Project:

coloradolinkproject.com

The Link refers to the fact that abusive behavior can manifest in many ways, creating overlaps among child maltreatment, maltreatment of at-risk adults, interpersonal violence, animal maltreatment and criminally. When the human-animal bond is broken by neglect, abuse or violence both humans and animals are victims. The implications for human and animal welfare necessitate viewing the Link as a public safety and human and animal welfare issue.

Animal Abuse or Neglect

Contact Crime Stoppers or dial 911
Colorado Humane Society & SPCA or call 800-249-5121

Live Animal Catch and Release

Humane removal of nuisance animals such as raccoon, squirrels, snakes, etc.

Contact: Urban Wildlife Rescue, Inc.: urbanwildliferescue.org or call 303-340-4911

Wildlife Rescue:

  • Birds
  • Squirrels
  • Deer
  • Bears
  • Bats, etc.

Go to AHNow.org

Captive-Born Large Carnivores:

  • Lions
  • Bears
  • Wolves
  • Tigers, etc.

Contact The Wild Animal Sanctuary: information@wildanimalsanctuary.org or 303-536-0118

Farm Animals / Select Exotics:

  • Donkey
  • Alpaca
  • Goat
  • Bearded Dragon
  • Camel
  • Turtle, etc.

Contact us at Zoology Foundation at 303-951-8813 or by e-mail at info@zoologyfoundation.org

If you just need advice, give us a call at 303-951-8813 or reach out to us via e-mail at info@zoologyfoundation.org We are happy to help you find the best course of action.