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“As members of the Colorado Legislature, we are concerned about the impoundment of Tracy Abbato’s family pet, Capone,” state Sen. Tim Neville, R-Littleton, and state Reps. Steve Lebsock, D-Thornton, Jovan Melton, D-Aurora, and Joann Ginal, D-Fort Collins, wrote in a letter to the manager of the Aurora Animal Shelter.
City of Aurora, Colorado It is an exciting time to work for the City of Aurora, we're growing and looking for dedicated and collaborative individuals to join our team of talented and valued employees. Excellent organizations have a set of principles, or core values, that are used to implement their mission and vision. Those values represent the touchstone for the organization, guiding the decisions of the individuals and the organization. At the City of Aurora, we demonstrate our excellence by modeling the CORE 4 Values of: Integrity, Respect, Professionalism, and Customer Service, and we welcome all who share these values to apply.
Why Work for Aurora?Neighborhood Services - Animal Services Division Aurora Animal Services provides animal-related services for the city of Aurora. You can call them to pick up an injured or stray animal. Owners should search kennels in the shelter frequently for lost pets. The shelter also has many animals available for adoption.
The City of Aurora is seeking a skilled Community Outreach Program Coordinator to coordinate and facilitate offsite and outreach programs for the Aurora Animal Services Division and the Aurora Animal Shelter. This position will oversee the volunteer program; manage community-based events and special animal services programs; oversee offsite adoptions and events; and will assist with the care and treatment of animals in care at the shelter.
Aurora Animal Shelter is located in Aurora, Colorado
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Thanks to a new partnership with the Aurora Animal Shelter, researchers Eric Poeschla, head of the Division of Infectious Diseases at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, and Chommanart Thongkittidilok, a post doctoral research fellow at CU, are using reproductive tissues from spayed and neutered shelter cats to study feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV), the equivalent of HIV in cats.