January 29, 2012
The Washington County Humane Society (WCHS) of Slinger, Wisconsin is a great organization dedicated to the welfare of the homeless animals that come through its doors. They help the sick as well as the healthy animals, love animals and truly care about the animals' well-being. The volunteers & staff do a great job of keeping the cages & facility clean. WCHS has a free Trap Neuter & Release program for cats which helps a great deal to keep the population of feral (those cats that have never had & will not accept human contact) down. There is also the Barn Buddies program to offer low cost spay/neuter & vaccinations for friendly outdoor cats. The more we can convince people to spay/neuter cats, the easier it will be to place the existing cats in loving homes. The adoption counselors are dedicated, friendly people who volunteer their time to work to match the adopter with an animal that suits them & their lifestyle. A good friend of mine & my sister have adopted cats from WCHS & are totally pleased with them. I would highly recommend the Washington County Humane Society to anyone looking for a pet, wanting to volunteer or wishing to make a donation.
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