Humane Society in need of foster homes

The Wisconsin Humane Society is not worried yet about the number of animals under its care, but Vice President of Communications Angela Speed says that can change quickly come summertime.


Three of the organization’s five shelters have closed, including its Door County campus, which means they desperately need foster homes to provide care until the coronavirus epidemic has passed. Adoptions are also welcome but are currently being done through appointment only. You can see all of the animals looking for a home by clicking here.


*Photo from Wisconsin Humane Society website. 

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