Animal Protection & Welfare,
Mission: The mission of The Washington County Humane Society is to protect animals from suffering and cruelty, to provide care for animals afflicted by neglect and abandonment, and to enhance the lives of animals and people through education, adoption and compassion.
Target demographics: homeless animals of Washington County
Geographic areas served: Slinger, WI
Programs: TNR (Trap Neuter and Return), ROMP (Summer Camp Program for Children), Barn Buddies (low cost spay/neuter program for barn cats) and educational outreach to children in schools and our community. We offer many services from dog training to euthanasia and crematory services. WCHS strives to help all the homeless animals that walk through their doors ... it is a place where second chances happen every day.
WCHS has been great to me. They care so much about their animals and want the best for them when they leave. Unlike other local shelters they make sure the fit is right. They also give you all the time you need with no pressure. I have adopted four cats from WCHS and they always do a detailed background check on me and my animals at home. This is one of the few shelters where you can walk into a room full of cats and interact with them directly and they are more than happy to show a cat or dog in a private room for their caged residents. I highly recommend WCHS and i appreciate all they have done for me.