We're gearing up for PetWalk 2023! Wisconsin Humane Society cares for thousands of animals, and we couldn't do it without your help.
There are many dogs like Ollie coming through the doors of WHS. He arrived feeling defensive with open bite wounds around his neck. After he passed his cute puppyhood, his young owner became distracted with other things. He was relagated to a single bedroom with a much larger dog, missing a critical socialization window. Between the stress of confinement and the bigger dog not wanting to share resources, fights happened and Ollie was injured. A family member stepped in and stepped up by bringing both dogs to WHS. Ollie's wounds were sutured while he was sedated for neuter surgery, and then he was sent to a foster home to recover. Ollie is learning to trust people, and once you have his trust, he gives himself over completely, heart and soul. He's best friends with senior canine companion, Vida, and is still trying to figure out if cats are friends or aliens from another planet. Ollie lives for adventures, car rides, boat rides, kayaking, and camping. And he got this chance because WHS had taken him in. So please consider making a donation, even a few dollars, for dogs like Ollie. And for the cats, rabbits, snakes, and other animals also welcomed into WHS.
Bonus Incentive: Did you here about the WHS "bad pet drawings" fundraiser a few months ago? I also was one of those terrible, yet enthusiastic artists. So if you submit a photo of your pet to me with your donation, I'll thank you with a masterpiece. Masterpiece = combination of ugly, but kinda cute, and sort of funny, results.
Together, we can help Wisconsin Humane continue to provide care to thousands of animals in need, and continue the promise that every animal in the adoption program at the Wisconsin Humane Society has as long as it takes to find a loving home.
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Whether you can support WHS with a donation (you can only spare a $1? Thank you!) or by joining the virtual walk so we can raise funds together, every little bit helps save the lives of animals who need us the most!
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