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We cannot accommodate TNR or barn cat surgeries at our Milwaukee and Ozaukee Campuses at this time. We hope to resume them in Milwaukee and Ozaukee in late fall! Please keep an eye on the website for updates, and please share that we’re hiring!  


Spay/Neuter Clinic

Learn more about our public Spay/Neuter Clinic in West Allis. View

Vaccine Clinics

In an effort to keep Southeastern Wisconsin's animals happy and healthy, WHS offers a vaccine clinic. View

Stray Animals

View a list of the lost animals that are currently being cared for at the Wisconsin Humane Society's Ozaukee and Racine Campuses, and learn what to do if you've lost a pet or found a stray animal. View

Animal Surrender & Re-Homing

The Wisconsin Humane Society offers many resources and educational opportunities to help you maintain the treasured bond that you have with your animal companions. View

SNAP

Learn more about spay/neuter discounts available to those in need. View

Trap Neuter Return - TNR

Caretakers of wild cats can access spay and neuter services. View

Shelter for Domestic Violence Survivors

The Wisconsin Humane Society and Sojourner Family Peace Center have partnered to provide the Safe Haven program, which offers up to 60 days of shelter for animals of domestic violence survivors. View

End of Life Services

We're here to help you with all the stages of your pet's life. Learn more about our grief counseling opportunities, euthanasia/cremation services, and ways to memorialize your beloved friend after they pass away. View

Pets for Life

The Wisconsin Humane Soceity's Pets for Life program serves people and animals in Milwaukee’s 53206 zip code through door-to-door outreach and community events. View

Pet Food For Families In Need

The Wisconsin Humane Society temporarily provides Furry Friend Food for individuals who are struggling to provide food for their animals. View

Animal Friendly Housing List

This is a list of some properties in the Southeastern Wisconsin area that allow their tenants to have pets. View

Wildlife Rehabilitation Center

The Wisconsin Humane Society Wildlife Rehabilitation Center serves more than 5,000 wild animals in distress each year. View

Animal Advocacy

Learn how you can be a voice for animals who can't speak for themselves. View

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Hope's Lights 2019

Please help us kick off the season of giving by sponsoring a holiday light, transforming our grounds into a beacon of hope for animals in need.