Green Bay Woman Caught Hoarding 60 Cats; Milwaukee Humane Society Steps in to Help
The Green Bay Area Humane Society is taking on more than 60 cats due to a hoarding situation.
The Milwaukee Humane Society stepped up to help them make room.
Ozaukee and Milwaukee County campuses will be taking 24 cats.
The organization hopes it will help make room for the dozens of cats in Green Bay that may have health and behavioral issues.
“We are enormously grateful to the Wisconsin Humane Society for helping us out – they’ve been a great partner and have helped us open up more space to provide the best care we can for these cats,” said Marlene Walsh, executive director at BAHS.
All of the new arrivals will be seen by veterinary and behavior teams before they move into the adoption program at WHS’s Ozaukee and Milwaukee Campuses. All available cats are spayed/neutered, microchipped and given initial vaccinations; they go home with a certificate for a free veterinary exam, 30 days pet health insurance, and a free bag of starter food.
The transferred cats are ready for adoption. Through November a cat adoption comes with a free can of turkey flavored cat food.