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WHS Adoptable Animals

The Wisconsin Humane Society (WHS) is a private, nonprofit organization whose mission is to build a community where people value animals and treat them with respect and kindness. For more than 128 years, WHS has been saving the lives of animals in need. We offer adoption services that place 9,000 animals in new homes annually, veterinary services that save thousands of lives, educational programs that instill respect for animals, behavior services to assist guardians and a myriad of other initiatives that help end suffering for animals. We depend entirely on private donations to fund our programs and rely on volunteers in nearly every department. If you are interested in adopting, volunteering, enrolling in a class, taking a tour or making a donation, check out our comprehensive web site at wihumane.org. The adoptable animals' web pages are updated every 30 minutes!

WHS AWARDED $40,000 GRANT FOR EXPANDED FOSTER CARE NETWORK

The Wisconsin Humane Society (WHS) is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a $40,000 grant from The Kenneth A. Scott Charitable Trust, a KeyBank Trust. The grant will fund Shelter Smart II: A Foster Home Network for Behaviorally Challenged Dogs. 

 Under the direction of WHS behaviorists, students pursuing a master’s degree in applied animal behavior will work for six-month externships, researching and providing positive reinforcement solutions for special needs animals. They will also actively recruit, train and support an expanded network of foster homes to offer individualized care to these animals. 

 “We are so grateful to the Kenneth A. Scott Charitable Trust for their incredible support of this program,” said Anne Reed, Executive Director of the Wisconsin Humane Society.

 “By expanding and creating a network of foster homes trained to care for special needs animals, we will give these dogs the second chance they deserve,” Reed explained. “By researching, analyzing and improving behavior modification programs, we will develop tools for use at WHS and shelters across the country, empowering us all to save the lives of exponentially more animals.”

The Wisconsin Humane Society is one of the largest and oldest humane societies in the country, finding homes for 9,368 animals in 2010.  The mission of the Wisconsin Humane Society is to build a community where people value animals and treat them with respect and kindness.

Learn more at www.wihumane.org.

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