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Stray Animals

This is a list of the lost animals that are currently being cared for at the Wisconsin Humane Society. Only animals found in Ozaukee County or Racine County are listed below.

If you've lost a pet, make sure you follow these important steps for finding your animal. 

For a list of municipalities in which WHS is the designated stray-holding facility for, please click hereIn Milwaukee County, be sure to report that your animal is missing to Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control as soon as possible. MADACC is responsible for picking up and holding stray animals. Visiting their facility is the best way to find out if your animal is there. They are located at 3839 W. Burnham Street in West Milwaukee. You can also go to their website at or call them at 414-649-8640.

When I arrived at the Wisconsin Humane Society, they gave me a nickname to help me feel like part of the family. If I might be your lost pet, please contact the shelter so we can reunite as soon as possible. For animals at the Ozaukee Campus call (262) 377-7580, for animals at the Racine Campus call (262) 554-6699. 

As animals may be occasionally moved across campuses due to space constraints, please select "All" when searching by location. 

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