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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Do you recognize any of these pets? The animals within this album were found as strays in the Brown County area and are ...
12/31/2021

Do you recognize any of these pets? The animals within this album were found as strays in the Brown County area 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. 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 as soon as possible and leave a voicemail at 920-469-3111.

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

📢 Can you help Blankets? 📢 This super sweet, special needs dog is in search of a very patient, loving home. At 2 years o...
12/30/2021

📢 Can you help Blankets? 📢
This super sweet, special needs dog is in search of a very patient, loving home. At 2 years old, Blankets came to WHS with more than 90 other dogs after being rescued from a large-scale breeding facility in Iowa. Like the others, Blankets has never known the comforts of life as a cherished companion. She is extremely fearful, so she’s spent the last several weeks in a foster home and has had a hard time finding the right match.

Here’s how you can help Blankets:
1️⃣ If you know anyone who may be interested in adopting, please share this post and ask them to read more about her below!
2️⃣ Please consider making a donation towards our rescue efforts – gifts are being MATCHED through 12/31 so your donation will go twice as far for dogs like Blankets! You can use the donate button below or give online at https://bit.ly/EndofYearMatch2021

What you need to know about Blankets:
🐾 Due to her unique needs and how incredibly stressful it is for her to meet new people, we are accepting adoption applications rather than using our first-come, first-served model.
🐾 Her future home *must* have a fully fenced-in yard (at least 4’ tall) and be committed to providing tons of patience, love, and consistency as she slowly learns to trust over time.
🐾 Blankets would likely benefit from having another friendly dog in the home to help teach her how to be a pup. She has also done well living with a cat.
🐾 She has no child restrictions, but a calm, quiet, predictable household would be best.
🐾 If your application is selected, we’ll arrange a meet-and-greet with Blankets in her foster home, located in Cudahy (10 minutes south of Milwaukee).

If you have a fully fenced yard, a quiet home, and would like to be considered as a potential adopter for Blankets, please submit an application here: https://bit.ly/BlanketsAdoptionApplication. We will respond to every applicant and appreciate your patience as we work to find her a wonderful match with minimal stress. Thank you for considering this brave girl!

📢 Can you help Blankets? 📢
This super sweet, special needs dog is in search of a very patient, loving home. At 2 years old, Blankets came to WHS with more than 90 other dogs after being rescued from a large-scale breeding facility in Iowa. Like the others, Blankets has never known the comforts of life as a cherished companion. She is extremely fearful, so she’s spent the last several weeks in a foster home and has had a hard time finding the right match.

Here’s how you can help Blankets:
1️⃣ If you know anyone who may be interested in adopting, please share this post and ask them to read more about her below!
2️⃣ Please consider making a donation towards our rescue efforts – gifts are being MATCHED through 12/31 so your donation will go twice as far for dogs like Blankets! You can use the donate button below or give online at https://bit.ly/EndofYearMatch2021

What you need to know about Blankets:
🐾 Due to her unique needs and how incredibly stressful it is for her to meet new people, we are accepting adoption applications rather than using our first-come, first-served model.
🐾 Her future home *must* have a fully fenced-in yard (at least 4’ tall) and be committed to providing tons of patience, love, and consistency as she slowly learns to trust over time.
🐾 Blankets would likely benefit from having another friendly dog in the home to help teach her how to be a pup. She has also done well living with a cat.
🐾 She has no child restrictions, but a calm, quiet, predictable household would be best.
🐾 If your application is selected, we’ll arrange a meet-and-greet with Blankets in her foster home, located in Cudahy (10 minutes south of Milwaukee).

If you have a fully fenced yard, a quiet home, and would like to be considered as a potential adopter for Blankets, please submit an application here: https://bit.ly/BlanketsAdoptionApplication. We will respond to every applicant and appreciate your patience as we work to find her a wonderful match with minimal stress. Thank you for considering this brave girl!

The 3rd grade class at Luxemburg-Casco Intermediate School held a very special donation drive to honor the memory of a f...
12/29/2021

The 3rd grade class at Luxemburg-Casco Intermediate School held a very special donation drive to honor the memory of a fellow classmate named Kali, who passed away from brain cancer right before Thanksgiving. She loved animals, especially cats, so when the teachers presented a few options for a fundraiser, all the students chose the Wisconsin Humane Society ❤ We are truly inspired by these students’ kindness and generosity, and incredibly honored to receive these donations in Kali’s memory. So many homeless animals will have full bellies and new toys thanks to you! We can’t thank you enough!

The 3rd grade class at Luxemburg-Casco Intermediate School held a very special donation drive to honor the memory of a fellow classmate named Kali, who passed away from brain cancer right before Thanksgiving. She loved animals, especially cats, so when the teachers presented a few options for a fundraiser, all the students chose the Wisconsin Humane Society ❤ We are truly inspired by these students’ kindness and generosity, and incredibly honored to receive these donations in Kali’s memory. So many homeless animals will have full bellies and new toys thanks to you! We can’t thank you enough!

Do you recognize any of these pets? The animals within this album were found as strays in the Brown County area and are ...
12/29/2021

Do you recognize any of these pets? The animals within this album were found as strays in the Brown County area 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. 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 as soon as possible and leave a voicemail at 920-469-3111.

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

🎉 Donations MATCHED until 12/31 for kittens like Sampson! 🎉At just a few weeks old, Sampson arrived at WHS with an abnor...
12/28/2021

🎉 Donations MATCHED until 12/31 for kittens like Sampson! 🎉
At just a few weeks old, Sampson arrived at WHS with an abnormality of the rib cage. We discovered the 1lb peanut had Flat-Chested Kitten Syndrome. Aptly named, this diagnosis means Sampson’s chest was too flat and didn’t leave enough room for his heart and lungs to develop properly. Our veterinary team designed the tiniest custom corset to gently guide his growing bones into proper alignment, routinely checking for a comfortable fit and creating larger sizes when needed. Sampson quickly adapted to his stylish new wardrobe and continued to playfully romp around his foster home, chasing after his mom and littermate. After three months of care, X-rays thankfully revealed that the little guy’s chest shape had drastically improved, and he was swiftly adopted into a fantastic family! We recently received word that he has graduated out of his final corset and is doing wonderfully. He’s been given a clean bill of health at his latest vet appointment and adores his many furry siblings ♥

The Wisconsin Humane Society provides crucial medical care to thousands of homeless animals every year and it wouldn’t be possible without generous people like you. If you are able to give a gift of any size, now is the perfect time: donations are being MATCHED by Patricia Bachhuber and the Scott & Kathryn Happ Foundation through 12/31, so your contribution will help twice as many animals in need! You can use the Donate button below or make a gift online at https://bit.ly/EndofYearMatch2021 - thank you so much!

🎉 Donations MATCHED until 12/31 for kittens like Sampson! 🎉
At just a few weeks old, Sampson arrived at WHS with an abnormality of the rib cage. We discovered the 1lb peanut had Flat-Chested Kitten Syndrome. Aptly named, this diagnosis means Sampson’s chest was too flat and didn’t leave enough room for his heart and lungs to develop properly. Our veterinary team designed the tiniest custom corset to gently guide his growing bones into proper alignment, routinely checking for a comfortable fit and creating larger sizes when needed. Sampson quickly adapted to his stylish new wardrobe and continued to playfully romp around his foster home, chasing after his mom and littermate. After three months of care, X-rays thankfully revealed that the little guy’s chest shape had drastically improved, and he was swiftly adopted into a fantastic family! We recently received word that he has graduated out of his final corset and is doing wonderfully. He’s been given a clean bill of health at his latest vet appointment and adores his many furry siblings ♥

The Wisconsin Humane Society provides crucial medical care to thousands of homeless animals every year and it wouldn’t be possible without generous people like you. If you are able to give a gift of any size, now is the perfect time: donations are being MATCHED by Patricia Bachhuber and the Scott & Kathryn Happ Foundation through 12/31, so your contribution will help twice as many animals in need! You can use the Donate button below or make a gift online at https://bit.ly/EndofYearMatch2021 - thank you so much!

Do you recognize any of these pets? The animals within this album were found as strays in the Brown County area and are ...
12/27/2021

Do you recognize any of these pets? The animals within this album were found as strays in the Brown County area 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. 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 as soon as possible and leave a voicemail at 920-469-3111.

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

12/25/2021

Do you recognize any of these pets? The animals within this album were found as strays in the Brown County area 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. 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 as soon as possible and leave a voicemail at 920-469-3111.

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

What are you grateful for this holiday season? We are feeling extra grateful for our amazing adopters who opened their h...
12/24/2021

What are you grateful for this holiday season? We are feeling extra grateful for our amazing adopters who opened their homes and their hearts to animals in need ❤ Here’s another heartwarming adoption update from the incredible family who adopted a sweet senior earlier this year named Gauge – pictured here in the red Santa suit:

The boys have been good all year and Santa knows that, so they'll be getting lots of presents on Christmas Day! Gauge has become quite the lap dog! As soon as one of us sits on the couch, he gets up and lays on our lap! Too funny! He's a big 65 pound lap dog!
Happy Holidays!
-Diane

What are you grateful for this holiday season? We are feeling extra grateful for our amazing adopters who opened their homes and their hearts to animals in need ❤ Here’s another heartwarming adoption update from the incredible family who adopted a sweet senior earlier this year named Gauge – pictured here in the red Santa suit:

The boys have been good all year and Santa knows that, so they'll be getting lots of presents on Christmas Day! Gauge has become quite the lap dog! As soon as one of us sits on the couch, he gets up and lays on our lap! Too funny! He's a big 65 pound lap dog!
Happy Holidays!
-Diane

With many shipping delays, are you struggling to find a meaningful gift in time for Christmas? There’s still time to spo...
12/23/2021

With many shipping delays, are you struggling to find a meaningful gift in time for Christmas? There’s still time to sponsor a holiday light at WHS in honor of a friend or family member for just $25! Through our Hope’s Lights season of giving, you can make a donation at www.wihumane.org/hope and select how many lights you want to set aglow ✨

With your support, we’re able to illuminate our grounds so they stand as a beacon of hope for the tens of thousands of animals served this year, and the many more who still need our help.

You can make a gift in the name of a loved one and customize an ecard so they know of your kindness ❤ No need to wait until Christmas Day to scramble…you can donate now and pick any date for your ecard to arrive in their inbox, right on time. If you or your lucky recipient live near a WHS shelter, you can drive by and admire the glowing lights, knowing 100% of your donation is helping animals and the people who love them. 🎄

With many shipping delays, are you struggling to find a meaningful gift in time for Christmas? There’s still time to sponsor a holiday light at WHS in honor of a friend or family member for just $25! Through our Hope’s Lights season of giving, you can make a donation at www.wihumane.org/hope and select how many lights you want to set aglow ✨

With your support, we’re able to illuminate our grounds so they stand as a beacon of hope for the tens of thousands of animals served this year, and the many more who still need our help.

You can make a gift in the name of a loved one and customize an ecard so they know of your kindness ❤ No need to wait until Christmas Day to scramble…you can donate now and pick any date for your ecard to arrive in their inbox, right on time. If you or your lucky recipient live near a WHS shelter, you can drive by and admire the glowing lights, knowing 100% of your donation is helping animals and the people who love them. 🎄

Update: Cooper was adopted on Christmas Eve! ❤ Thank you all for the likes, shares, and comments!---This handsome pup is...
12/22/2021

Update: Cooper was adopted on Christmas Eve! ❤ Thank you all for the likes, shares, and comments!
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This handsome pup is hoping to find a new home before the holidays! 🎄 Cooper is a gentle, curious 3-year-old who loves treats, walks, and car rides. He’s neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped - now all he needs is you! Despite his charm and good looks, he hasn’t had much luck finding a new home so his adoption fee has been reduced to $75. Stop by our Green Bay Campus to meet him, no appointment needed! We are open for adoptions today (Wednesday) from 2-6pm, Friday 1-4pm, and closed Christmas Day.
Thank you for helping us find this deserving pup a loving home!

Y100 WNCY Featured Furball post: https://www.facebook.com/Y100country/posts/10160107896669683

Update: Cooper was adopted on Christmas Eve! ❤ Thank you all for the likes, shares, and comments!
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This handsome pup is hoping to find a new home before the holidays! 🎄 Cooper is a gentle, curious 3-year-old who loves treats, walks, and car rides. He’s neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped - now all he needs is you! Despite his charm and good looks, he hasn’t had much luck finding a new home so his adoption fee has been reduced to $75. Stop by our Green Bay Campus to meet him, no appointment needed! We are open for adoptions today (Wednesday) from 2-6pm, Friday 1-4pm, and closed Christmas Day.
Thank you for helping us find this deserving pup a loving home!

Y100 WNCY Featured Furball post: https://www.facebook.com/Y100country/posts/10160107896669683

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This is Sandra…yep, she’s that cute and adorable and a purrrrr monster. 2 months old. Let us know if you adopted Sandra and we will give you a $25 gift card from Fleet Farm You can get Sandra at Green Bay Campus - Wisconsin Humane Society
Let me know if you guys get a black lab mixed with a Springer Spaniel. His name is bobi my dog sitter accidently ran left the back door open. 920-977-4482 PLZ CALL ME ASAP
Green Bay Campus - Wisconsin Humane Society is looking for families to help out with Holiday fostering. They are looking for volunteers, donations, and foster families. You can visit their website to find out ways you can help our furry friends. Also, Rebel is available for adoption. Visit https://www.wihumane.org/adopt
The Everson Law Firm Elves are at it again! This year the attorneys and staff of Team Everson decided to focus our holiday season charitable efforts on our furry, feathered and four-legged friends. We collected and donated much needed supplies and made an additional financial donation to Green Bay Campus - Wisconsin Humane Society to help them to continue to do such great work in rescuing, healing and finding fur-ever homes for animals in need and who are lucky enough to receive their care! Lori Nachtwey (far left) met us to accept the donation. In 2019, Attorney Heather Nelson fostered... and then quickly adopted... our unofficial "office dog," Bear, from Wisconsin Humane Society. He visits the Everson Law Firm often and knows which offices and cubes to visit when he wants treats (hint: there are MANY!) Bear has brought immeasurable joy to Heather and to all of us in the office... some say getting and giving a little Bear Love during the work day makes us MORE productive! Since he is an alum, Bear joined us as we dropped off our donation. Getting him to settle down and face the camera was quite a feat, but we had to be sure you could see his special Christmas tie. Thanks to all of those who shopped, bought, donated, packaged and delivered this year's donation!
Please help us help animals in need with our Pet Supply Drive now through December 31st. We are collecting VERY SPECIFIC items for the Wisconsin Humane Society, Green Bay Campus so they can continue to focus on the work of helping animals. We can only accept items from this list, so please read it carefully. Thank you for your concern for animal welfare! *Dry cat food - UNOPENED BAGS ONLY *Canned cat food *Soft dog treats *Dog toys *Peanut butter (no Xylitol in the ingredients) *Dry dog food - UNOPENED BAGS ONLY *Canned dog food *Baby food (pureed chicken, turkey, or beef) *Folding wire crates *Potty training pads *Snuggle Safe microwavable heating pad *Miracle ni***es & syringes *Sunbeam heating pads *Electronic kitchen scale *Kitten milk replacer *Pet-AG nursing kit 2oz bottle *Leashes - NON-RETRACTABLE ONLY Additionally, the Humane Society is in need of these cleaning supplies: *Disposable masks *Liquid hand soap *Liquid dish soap *Hand sanitizer *Empty spray bottles - 24oz *Disposable dry washcloths *Ziploc bags - GALLON SIZE *Disinfectant wipes *Office supplies (pens, binder clips, paper clips, Post-Its) If you don't already follow Green Bay Campus - Wisconsin Humane Society - please do so. They do great (and often tedious, difficult, and exhausting) work, and they deserve our support. Thank you in advance for caring for animals in need!
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Just in case you know someone who could use a little sprinkle of Pippa Pepper cuteness the whole year through…my official calendars have arrived at Petal Pusher Floral Boutique! $15 each with $3 of every sale going to benefit the fuzzy butts in need at Green Bay Campus - Wisconsin Humane Society! #PippaPepper #IttyBittyFlowerShopKitty #CalendarGirl
We have a LOT of animals lovers here at Wenz - which is why we have chosen the Green Bay Campus - Wisconsin Humane Society for our Stressless Charity promotion!! Donate $50 or more in-store to the Wisconsin Humane Society of Green Bay & save up to $600 on Stressless seating! This is a great opportunity to help animals in our community & enjoy the amazing comfort of Stressless! Stop into our Oneida Street or Main Street location to try out Stressless today!
This little sweetheart is needing you. Her name is Diva. She’s 4 months old and didn’t want to leave Shotguns arms! Green Bay Campus - Wisconsin Humane Society If you get Diva, you should let us know, we will get your first bag of cat food or litter. All thanks to the Fleet Farm
Join #WOGB and help the animals at the Green Bay Campus - Wisconsin Humane Society and light up the sky this #Christmas! https://www.wihumane.org/hope
Underwood needs you! She’s 6 months old and waiting for you. She sure loved on us the whole time in the studio. Fleet Farm will buy your first bag of food f you let us know you got her ❤️ Green Bay Campus - Wisconsin