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WHS celebrates 5000th surgery

At the Wisconsin Humane Society, we can't believe it's been 10 months since we opened Milwaukee's very first spay/neuter clinic in West Allis! We’ve met many wonderful clients along the way, but we'd like to introduce you to someone who will always hold a special place in our hearts... Meet Scout, the 5,000th patient at the clinic! 

Last June, Jim and Judy discovered that a feral kitten was regularly visiting their yard. With time, they started earning her trust and named her Scout. As winter approached, they made sure she had a warm, safe place indoors to sleep. They provided a comfy bed, food, water, and a litter box. Like clockwork, Scout showed up each night at 9pm to settle in. With time they developed a special relationship and Scout is now comfortable enough to jump right into Jim’s lap (one of her favorite places to be). Judy laughs that it seems Scout has adopted them. In return for her affections, Judy and Jim are committed to caring for Scout and were happy to be able to have her spayed and vaccinated today.

Did you know that on average, spayed/neutered pets live longer than their unsterilized counterparts? Are you interested in affordable spay/neuter services? See pricing and book your appointment at http://www.wihumane.org/clinic

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