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Wild Blue Animal Rescue and Sanctuary

Since its launch in 2010, Wild Blue has saved the lives of more than 2250 animals with adoptions spreading to as far away as Nebraska and North Carolina. Wild Blue also has an active foster program with more than 20 animals currently being served. With your help in the form of time, donations, and dedication we can help match rescued animals to loving owners, one at a time, and change both lives forever! Bringing hearts together, how exciting!

For security purposes access to the Sanctuary is by appointment only.
To make an appointment to come and visit the kitties — please call us at least a day in advance at either (719) 964-8905 or (719) 213-1127. Otherwise come and see us at our PetCo adoption fairs on Saturdays from 12noon-4p.m.  Thank you for your understanding!


fosterWild Blue needs your help! Our current wonderful & dedicated foster homes are full and/or some families are in need of a brief respite. If you are interested and willing to open up your heart and your home to a cute furball for a short term commitment – please let us know as soon as possible.

Fostering promises to change a cat or kitten’s life for the better AND yours as well! Every pet that’s fostered has a better chance at a happier and healthier life ahead with a forever family.

For more information or to fill out an application go to our Foster page. You can also call us at (719) 213-1127.

Meet Wild Blue’s Volunteers of the Month — Jen Trulock and Diana Randall


This mother-daughter team have volunteered at the sanctuary since June to care for the kitties in the trailer.  Jen is a sophomore at Lewis Palmer High School and enjoys all things related to animals.  In fact, her career goal is to be a veterinarian.  Currently, she is active in her school plays and loves to drive around on her ATV.  She and her mom weigh the cats on a monthly basis and are always willing to step up to the plate to help in any way they can.

Diana, is a retired Lieutenant Colonel from the Army and is currently employed at the Subway in Black Forest as a sandwich chef. Their can-do attitude is so rewarding and all the cats love them. Thanks so much for your dedication to the kitties!

Wild Blue Kitty of the Month for OCTOBER

CraneMeow Meow! My name is Crane. I am a little over a year old and already neutered, microchipped and vaccinated. I came to Wild Blue when my guardian, a very nice, disabled lady froCrane2m Pueblo, had to move into assisted living and couldn’t take me along. I was really sad for a little bit, but now I’m ready to find my new family. I have a laid back personality and love belly rubs. I would do best with having a companion cat in the house. So why not adopt me with a friend?
My adoption fee is $75.
If you would like to meet me, please contact Wild Blue at (719) 964-8905 or (719) 213-1127 to schedule an appointment.



See all of our adoptable pets at Petfinder and Adopt a Just click their logos below. *Note – if you’d like to make a donation to Wild Blue please visit our Donation page. Thanks!*

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Thanks also go out to our veterinary partners – your support means the world to us!