ANIMAL ADOPTION CENTER

Our Stories

COVID-19

Animal Rescue During a Global Pandemic

On March 14th, 2020 the Animal Adoption Center (AAC) closed its doors to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The AAC staff did not know what was to come and what animal rescue would look like moving forward. Operations were shifted, a new normal was adopted and our community showed up to help. Thank you to our wonderful supporters that stand by the AAC’s side no matter what. You are driving our mission.

BIG BLUE

AAC Welcomes New Rescue Van

May 28th, 2020 marked a new chapter in the story of the Animal Adoption Center (AAC). The AAC welcomed a new transport van to their rescue fleet complete with 19 temperature controlled kennels. This 4WD Ford Transit van will allow the AAC to further its reach, intake more animals at once and save more lives. Thank you to the wonderful, local family who generously gifted the AAC the van and the supporters who made the outfitting possible!

Shot and edited by: Ben Dann

15TH ANNIVERSARY

AAC Celebrates 15 Years and 15,000 Animals

In 2019 we celebrated our 15th Anniversary and thanks to YOU we have been able to positively impact the lives of over 15,000 animals and counting. We could not pursue our life-saving mission without the help of our wonderful supporters near, far, big, small and everything in between.

The AAC staff (past, present and future) are all so grateful to be surrounded by passionate, generous, hard-working and animal-loving individuals that allows us to continue this work.

CURIOUS GEORGE

AAC Alumni – Curious George the Adventure Cat

Curious George is one of the many success stories that have come from the Animal Adoption Center!

SPAY/NEUTER WYOMING

Learn more about AAC‘s Spay/Neuter Wyoming’s Program

Millions of adoptable dogs and cats are euthanized each year in America due to overcrowding in animal shelters. At the AAC, we are committed to solving the problem of pet overpopulation. We believe that spaying and neutering is the most effective way to exponentially reduce the number of homeless pets. The goal of the AAC Spay/Neuter Wyoming Program is to make sterilization services available to those who might not otherwise be able to afford them.

FRANNIE’S STORY

Check out the story of sweet Frannie Girl

The Animal Adoption Center is dedicated to saving the lives of homeless animals through rescue, adoption, education and spay/neuter. This is the story of one of the lucky ones.

FLIGHT FOR LIFE

AAC and Dog Is My CoPilot Team up to Help Hurricane Harvey Victims

Eight dogs that were displaced by Hurricane Harvey in Huston Texas, boarded a flight to Jackson, WY. Piloted by Peter Rork with Dog is my Copilot, they safely landed in the arms of Animal Adoption Centers loving employees and volunteers, and they will soon find new and loving homes in the Tetons.