Green Bay Campus - Wisconsin Humane Society

Green Bay Campus - Wisconsin Humane Society The Wisconsin Humane Society Green Bay Campus (formerly known as Bay Area Humane Society) cares for thousands of homeless companion animals each year and helps them find homes.

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Mission: The Wisconsin Humane Society is an independent non-profit working locally in the Green Bay, Sturgeon Bay, Saukville, Milwaukee, and Racine communities to help animals and the people who love them. WHS doesn't receive any general government funding, nor is WHS affiliated with any national organizations like ASPCA, HSUS, or PETA, so donors like you make a huge difference in the lives of local pets!

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Do you recognize any of these pets? The animals within this album were found as strays in Brown County and are being hel...
11/13/2020

Do you recognize any of these pets? The animals within this album were found as strays in Brown County and are being held for the duration of their mandatory stray hold. Every animal has been scanned for a microchip upon intake and any potential owners are contacted. This album is updated daily so check back often. Please forgive any unflattering photos; while the animals may wish we'd wait to photograph them until after they've settled in, we must expedite the process in an effort to reunite them with their worried families as soon as we're able.

**PLEASE NOTE: Since their original names are often unknown, most of the animals in this album were given a nickname by WHS staff to help them feel like part of the family while in our care. If an animal was wearing a collar with an ID tag or has an active microchip, their given name will appear on their listing. If you suspect you may know one of these animals listed here, please call the shelter or stop in to see us as soon as possible; we are located at 1830 Radisson Street in Green Bay and can be reached at 920-469-3111.

If you have lost a pet, we recommend following these important steps to find your animal: https://www.wihumane.org/strays/tips-for-finding-lost-animals-

Do you recognize any of these pets? The animals within this album were found as strays in Brown County and are being hel...
11/12/2020

Do you recognize any of these pets? The animals within this album were found as strays in Brown County and are being held for the duration of their mandatory stray hold. Every animal has been scanned for a microchip upon intake and any potential owners are contacted. This album is updated daily so check back often. Please forgive any unflattering photos; while the animals may wish we'd wait to photograph them until after they've settled in, we must expedite the process in an effort to reunite them with their worried families as soon as we're able.

**PLEASE NOTE: Since their original names are often unknown, most of the animals in this album were given a nickname by WHS staff to help them feel like part of the family while in our care. If an animal was wearing a collar with an ID tag or has an active microchip, their given name will appear on their listing. If you suspect you may know one of these animals listed here, please call the shelter or stop in to see us as soon as possible; we are located at 1830 Radisson Street in Green Bay and can be reached at 920-469-3111.

If you have lost a pet, we recommend following these important steps to find your animal: https://www.wihumane.org/strays/tips-for-finding-lost-animals-

Looking for an excuse to eat out or order in? This week Friday, November 13th, The Depot Gastropub in downtown Green Bay...
11/11/2020

Looking for an excuse to eat out or order in? This week Friday, November 13th, The Depot Gastropub in downtown Green Bay is donating 10% of the day's sales to the Wisconsin Humane Society Green Bay Campus! All orders will support the animals whether you eat there, pick it up, or get delivery. The Depot's patio is pet-friendly so Fido can join the fun too!
Thank you for your support!

Click here to invite your friends! https://www.facebook.com/events/362381691658284

Do you recognize any of these pets? The animals within this album were found as strays in Brown County and are being hel...
11/11/2020

Do you recognize any of these pets? The animals within this album were found as strays in Brown County and are being held for the duration of their mandatory stray hold. Every animal has been scanned for a microchip upon intake and any potential owners are contacted. This album is updated daily so check back often. Please forgive any unflattering photos; while the animals may wish we'd wait to photograph them until after they've settled in, we must expedite the process in an effort to reunite them with their worried families as soon as we're able.

**PLEASE NOTE: Since their original names are often unknown, most of the animals in this album were given a nickname by WHS staff to help them feel like part of the family while in our care. If an animal was wearing a collar with an ID tag or has an active microchip, their given name will appear on their listing. If you suspect you may know one of these animals listed here, please call the shelter or stop in to see us as soon as possible; we are located at 1830 Radisson Street in Green Bay and can be reached at 920-469-3111.

If you have lost a pet, we recommend following these important steps to find your animal: https://www.wihumane.org/strays/tips-for-finding-lost-animals-

At just one year old, Ravioli was found inside a closed dumpster. He was malnourished, struggled to walk, and his eyes w...
11/10/2020

At just one year old, Ravioli was found inside a closed dumpster. He was malnourished, struggled to walk, and his eyes were bulging and bloodied. But thanks to the generosity of animal lovers like you, our veterinary team was able to save him. Today, thanks to his doting new family, all he knows is comfort and love. ❤️

Giving hope is an essential part of what our community does - together. Hope propels us forward, in an effort to create a safer, more humane future for all of us, animals and people alike. We couldn’t do it without you.

Please help us kick off the season of giving with a gift to Hope's Lights. You can even donate a light in honor or memory of a loved one or pet: https://bit.ly/HopesLights2020

Thank you so much 💙

Do you recognize any of these pets? The animals within this album were found as strays in Brown County and are being hel...
11/10/2020

Do you recognize any of these pets? The animals within this album were found as strays in Brown County and are being held for the duration of their mandatory stray hold. Every animal has been scanned for a microchip upon intake and any potential owners are contacted. This album is updated daily so check back often. Please forgive any unflattering photos; while the animals may wish we'd wait to photograph them until after they've settled in, we must expedite the process in an effort to reunite them with their worried families as soon as we're able.

**PLEASE NOTE: Since their original names are often unknown, most of the animals in this album were given a nickname by WHS staff to help them feel like part of the family while in our care. If an animal was wearing a collar with an ID tag or has an active microchip, their given name will appear on their listing. If you suspect you may know one of these animals listed here, please call the shelter or stop in to see us as soon as possible; we are located at 1830 Radisson Street in Green Bay and can be reached at 920-469-3111.

If you have lost a pet, we recommend following these important steps to find your animal: https://www.wihumane.org/strays/tips-for-finding-lost-animals-

Do you recognize any of these pets? The animals within this album were found as strays in Brown County and are being hel...
11/09/2020

Do you recognize any of these pets? The animals within this album were found as strays in Brown County and are being held for the duration of their mandatory stray hold. Every animal has been scanned for a microchip upon intake and any potential owners are contacted. This album is updated daily so check back often. Please forgive any unflattering photos; while the animals may wish we'd wait to photograph them until after they've settled in, we must expedite the process in an effort to reunite them with their worried families as soon as we're able.

**PLEASE NOTE: Since their original names are often unknown, most of the animals in this album were given a nickname by WHS staff to help them feel like part of the family while in our care. If an animal was wearing a collar with an ID tag or has an active microchip, their given name will appear on their listing. If you suspect you may know one of these animals listed here, please call the shelter or stop in to see us as soon as possible; we are located at 1830 Radisson Street in Green Bay and can be reached at 920-469-3111.

If you have lost a pet, we recommend following these important steps to find your animal: https://www.wihumane.org/strays/tips-for-finding-lost-animals-

Do you recognize any of these pets? The animals within this album were found as strays in Brown County and are being hel...
11/08/2020

Do you recognize any of these pets? The animals within this album were found as strays in Brown County and are being held for the duration of their mandatory stray hold. Every animal has been scanned for a microchip upon intake and any potential owners are contacted. This album is updated daily so check back often. Please forgive any unflattering photos; while the animals may wish we'd wait to photograph them until after they've settled in, we must expedite the process in an effort to reunite them with their worried families as soon as we're able.

**PLEASE NOTE: Since their original names are often unknown, most of the animals in this album were given a nickname by WHS staff to help them feel like part of the family while in our care. If an animal was wearing a collar with an ID tag or has an active microchip, their given name will appear on their listing. If you suspect you may know one of these animals listed here, please call the shelter or stop in to see us as soon as possible; we are located at 1830 Radisson Street in Green Bay and can be reached at 920-469-3111.

If you have lost a pet, we recommend following these important steps to find your animal: https://www.wihumane.org/strays/tips-for-finding-lost-animals-

Looking for a little cheer to get you through the end of this year? Purchase a Holiday Survival Kit benefiting the anima...
11/06/2020

Looking for a little cheer to get you through the end of this year? Purchase a Holiday Survival Kit benefiting the animals at WHS! Each box is $50 and you can choose between the following exciting options while supplies last:
🐾 Tito's Homemade Vodka Kit | Includes a 375mL bottle of Tito's, mixes for Moscow Mules and Bloody Marys, dog treats from Leashless Lab, fun Tito's swag, a sampling of local savory and salty snacks, peanuts, and more!
🐾 Wine Kit | Includes two bottles of wine; one dry and one sweet (one will be from a local Wisconsin winery!), dog treats from Leashless Lab, a sampling of local sweets and treats, crackers, trail mix, peanuts, and more!
🛒Ready to order? Just head to http://bit.ly/HolidayKit2020!
**Due to the freshness of products within the kits and limited resources, pick-up for the kits will only be available at the WHS Milwaukee or Green Bay Campus on November 19 from 1:30-6pm. Sorry, no exceptions, shipping, or other pick-up dates/times available, but you can have someone else pick up your kit for you (simply include their name on the confirmation page when checking out)! Must be 21 or older to purchase and/or pick up.

Address

1830 Radisson St
Green Bay, WI
54302

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State Licenses Wisconsin DATCP Dog Seller and Dog Facility Operator Licenses Milwaukee Campus – License 267013 Ozaukee Campus – License 286367 Racine Campus – License 284731 Bay Area Humane Society – 468759 Door County Humane Society – 468760

Opening Hours

Monday 14:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 02:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 14:00 - 17:00
Thursday 14:00 - 17:00
Friday 14:00 - 19:00
Saturday 12:00 - 17:00

Telephone

(920) 469-3110

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The Wisconsin Humane Society is an independent non-profit working locally in the Green Bay, Sturgeon Bay, Saukville, Milwaukee, and Racine communities to help animals and the people who love them. WHS doesn't receive any general government funding, nor is WHS affiliated with any national organizations like ASPCA, HSUS, or PETA, so donors like you make a huge difference in the lives of local pets!


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Please if anyone brings a grey tabby cat in that looks like this photo call me. He is my baby and I’m devestated. He got out this morning . He is not microchipped because he has never been outside before. He is a strictly inside cat
Left a message last week inquiring about the youth Wednesday nights events. No call back
Lost light gray and white kitty by Mather Heights Park. Hiding in my neighbors bushes right now
PET LOVERS Hey!! DO you want to come to a “safe” event today? We have a screening of one of our films to raise money for companion animal wellbeing. 2270 S Oneida St, Green Bay, WI 54304 5pm we will be there with the big white magic bus! Lol RSVP and see you today!!! It’s a drive-in movie!! https://www.heanokill.org/documentarypremiere.html We will also have tshirt, hats and and books for sale to sign and have a good conversation about humanity! We will ask for a donation for the animals and it will fun event!! We will also have our film crew here to do post interviews about the film. Kimberly Resch
Today is going to be difficult for me. I'll never forget the day I brought Lexi home from the Green Bay Humane Society on April 22, 2016. Lexi came into my life at a sad time in my life. My twins Amanda Vandenplas & Breanna Vandenplas left for their first year of college at UWO. I had to let 2 children go. I sat in the college parking lot for 30 - 45 minutes because I was crying so hard I couldn't drive. Lexi has brought so much joy into our home and lives. Lexi has a "SPECIAL BOND" with Courtney Vandenplas because Courtney was still in High School. Lexi's surgery is today at the Animal Referral Center in Green Bay WI. My hardest part will be looking at Lexi and see that she only has 1 eye. This was my ONLY option due to the pain Lexi is in. This happened so fast. Please say a prayer for the Drs. & Lexi. Pray everything goes well. Lexi only weighs 4.5 pounds. Thank you in advance for the kind words and continued prayers.
We adopted “Willow” (now Layla) about three weeks ago. She was incredibly shy and didn’t want to have anything to do with people. We brought her home and she immediately fell in love with her new big sister who showed her people aren’t so bad. Now she loves everybody she meets!
are you open at all to look at animals?
Has there been any female ferrets brought in in this past week? My baby girl is missing
Hi this is Callie (the calico cat). I thought I would check in to say hi and let you know how well I’m doing. The nice folks at the Humane Society took good care of me while I was there, but things are even better since I’ve been living with Julie Balza for a few years now. I was already 6 years old when she adopted me. You can’t tell from the picture, but I’m in my favorite perch looking at the river and the birds. I like to go out on the balcony and bask in the sun during the day. The food here is great, and I’ve lost some weight (I had a little to spare back then). My coat is much better than it was, and my dandruff has gone away. I am 8 years old now and I have a “brother”, Rocky, who’s is 17. He has lived here since he was adopted at age 4 months. He is tolerable as step-cats go. 😉I allow him to share a perch with me from time to time, but mostly I’m the boss. Lots of love, Callie
Do you have any kittens?
Could someone please remove Paintbrush from the adoption site? I have several interested adopters. Thank you!!!🥰
Hi everyone it’s Francis I have been in my new home 1 year now and I am so happy ❤️