Making a Difference for Animals

Did you know that the Wisconsin Humane Society annually serves 40,000 animals. Founded in 1879, the Wisconsin Humane Society has been saving the lives of animals in need for over 140 years. Learn how they do it, through innovative programs and specialized services, including adoption, spay/neuter clinics, a pet food bank, outreach programs and training. As part of this special tour, learn about the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, an urban wildlife hospital and resource center. While you visit, participants will get to meet some adorable adoptable animals and perhaps see some of the baby critters from the wild.

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