WISCONSIN HUMANE SOCIETY | AUGUST

The Wisconsin Humane Society is the largest animal shelter in the state of Wisconsin, serving over 40,000 animals each year.

Meet WI Humane Society

Founded in 1879, the Wisconsin Humane Society has been saving the lives of animals in need for more than 140 years. WHS operates animal shelters in Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Door and Brown Counties, as well as a spay/neuter clinic in West Allis, annually serving over 40,000 animals. As the largest shelter in the state of Wisconsin, WHS offers specialized services including a comprehensive adoption program, affordable spay/neuter services, a pet food bank, youth programs designed to teach children about animal compassion, respect and care, outreach programming, a foster program, dog training classes, and a Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.

Get Involved With The Wisconsin Humane Society

A few ways to get involved today:

VOLUNTEER AT WHS

DONATE TO THE WHS MISSION

ENGAGE WITH WHS ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Purchase a WHS Shine a Light Poster!

To help celebrate our Shine a Light nonprofits, we’re offering exclusive posters from Milwaukee artists. A new design will be released each month! This month’s artwork was designed by local artist Hannah Tews. Click below to purchase this special Hoan Bridge collector’s item today!

A percentage of the proceeds will be given in support of the Wisconsin Humane Society and the featured artist, Hannah Tews.