Is the Wisconsin Humane Society No Kill?
Are you a no-kill shelter? The Wisconsin Humane Society never euthanizes animals for reasons of space or time. All animals in our adoption program have as long as it takes to find a new home; there are no time limits in our adoption program.
Do the Humane Society kill animals?
Is Animal Humane Society a no-kill organization? Although our placement rate exceeds the 90 percent benchmark often used to qualify a shelter as no-kill, we do not identify as a no-kill organization.
What do working cats do?
A working cat is type of domestic cat that “works” for its upkeep by hunting vermin, such as rodents. They are commonly employed where pest control is needed: in barns, farms, factories, warehouses, stores, churchyards, and private property.
Is there a safe harbor Humane Society in Kenosha?
COVID-19 CHANGES AND LIMITATIONS TO SAFE HARBOR’S OPERATIONS: Safe Harbor Humane Society is the only open admissions animal shelter in Kenosha County, Wisconsin. We have been serving the Kenosha area for over 100 years. Each year we care for thousands of cats, dogs, and other small animals.
How many animals does safe harbor Humane Society care for?
Each year we care for thousands of cats, dogs, and other small animals. In addition to caring for homeless, abused, and abandoned animals; we also offer many public services. We are a 501 (c)3 organization and our EIN is 39-0977528.
Where can I adopt a dog in Wisconsin?
To adopt at the WHS Ozaukee Campus, please join our waitlist online during adoption hours on the day you are able to visit. To make an appointment at the WHS Racine Campus, please book online here.
What does coming soon mean at Humane Society?
“Coming Soon” most often means an animal is recovering from their spay/neuter surgery and will likely be available the following day. “On Deck” means an animal isn’t able to leave the shelter with a new family just yet, but you can still come in to meet them.