Door County Humane Society set to reopen for adoption services

The Wisconsin Humane Society Door County Campus is reopening for adoption services again on Saturday, after temporarily pausing adoption services due to the staffing issues caused by COVID-19. While the adoption services have not been happening, the Humane Society has been making a difference in terms of helping animals with ringworm infection. Of all the campuses within the Wisconsin Humane Society, the Door County Campus treats the most animals with ringworm. This year specifically, the Door County Campus has treated roughly 100 animals with the infection with 20 of those animals being Cats and kittens. They have now cured 14 of the felines of the infection, and will be transferring them to other campuses in the state of Wisconsin in hopes of getting them adopted. Cats are not the only animals that have been treated by the campus, as they have also treated Dogs and Guinea Pigs for the infection.

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