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Barry Allen - Working Cat!

Barry Allen - Working Cat!
  • Barry Allen - Working Cat!

Barry Allen - Working Cat!

Available for hire! Sometimes cats who cannot live as household companions make excellent working cats and thrive in environments like barns, stables, warehouses, breweries, etc. Generally speaking, cats placed through the Wisconsin Humane Society’s working cat program are independent and prefer to limit their interactions with humans. These cats are typically shy or fearful of people and prefer the company of other animals. However, the degree to which they keep their distance varies from cat to cat and may change over time. Working cats often develop strong bonds with other cats, which is why the Wisconsin Humane Society recommends that at least two cats be placed together.

If you are interested in adopting a pair of working cats to become your own personal rodent control service, please complete a Working Cat Interest form, as well as an Adopter Profile. Thank you!

All About Me!

Location Kenosha Campus
Breed Domestic Shorthair | Mix
Color Black
Age 5 years
Sex Male
Neutered Yes
Weight 8 pounds
Guest Number 56042390
Adoption Price Name Your Own Fee

Adopt me!

Interested in adopting me? Check out the next steps for each location, here

Get a head start!

Before your visit, please read our adoption process and fill out an adoption profile. Please note that the adopter profile is not an application, but rather some basic information we'll use during your visit to help you make a great match.

Sponsor animals in need!

From food to vaccines, collars to beds, medical care to behavioral support… this work is critical to homeless animals in our community, but the expenses add up quickly. Please consider sponsoring some of the costs of care for animals at WHS!

24PetWatch Pet Protection Services

24PetWatch Logo This pet comes with an implanted 24PetWatch microchip and free registration into the 24PetWatch pet recovery service. For more info call 1-866-597-2424.

Please Note

Every animal is an individual and WHS works hard to make great matches for our animals and adopters.  Some animals may have placement restrictions or requirements established by WHS based on shelter observations and previous home histories.  When meeting with your adoption counselor, they review each animal’s medical, behavior, and placement needs with you to help you find an animal who is compatible with your home environment and your lifestyle.  There are no time limits at WHS, all animals in adoption have as long as it takes to find a new loving home.  Stop in and speak with our adoption counseling team today – we look forward to meeting with you.

Wisconsin DATCP Dog Seller and Dog Facility Operator Licenses

Milwaukee Campus – 267013  |  Ozaukee Campus – 286367  |  Racine Campus – 284731  |  Green Bay Campus – 468759  |  Door County Campus – 468760  |  Kenosha Campus – 519360


Vaccine Clinics

Is your resident pet due for their vaccines or in need of a microchip? WHS hosts low-cost vaccine & microchip clinics for cats and dogs at all locations - open to everyone! Appointments are required and must be made in advance. Click here to learn more and book your pet's appointment!