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My name is Maurie!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Green Bay, Wisconsin - Maurie
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Bay Area Humane Society

Facts about Maurie

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black & White Or Tuxedo
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 9956491-A31187913
  • Hair: Short
 
Meet Maurie! He originally arrived at the shelter as a stray. He was originally an outdoor kitty who was being beat up by other outdoor cats and was brought here. After being with the shelter for a little while, it was discovered he has FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus). This is only contagious to other cats and only if they fight and bite each other. It is not contagious to people or dogs and it is not spread through the air. 

Maurie is a very sweet boy, but is shy with new people and in new situations. Once he feels comfortable, he does enjoy being held and cuddled. Another great aspect of Maurie is that he gets along well with other cats. In fact, he's made a friend, Wolfy! With Maurie being so reserved and taking longer to adjust to new situations, Wolfy was introduced to Maurie to see if they could be friends. It was magic and now they are great pals! Wolfy is also FIV positive. Maurie is very talkative and feels confident exploring when his buddy Wolfy is around... he's a whole new kitty! Seeing as how well these boys have bonded, we would really love to see them go to a home together! These long term resident kitties are ready to find a home that is willing to open their heart and give these boys the love they deserve! Why not stop in today to see them?

Meet Maurie! He originally arrived at the shelter as a stray. He was originally an outdoor kitty who was being beat up by other outdoor cats and was brought here. After being with the shelter for a little while, it was discovered he has FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus). This is only contagious to other cats and only if they fight and bite each other. It is not contagious to people or dogs and it is not spread through the air. 

Maurie is a very sweet boy, but is shy with new people and in new situations. Once he feels comfortable, he does enjoy being held and cuddled. Another great aspect of Maurie is that he gets along well with other cats. In fact, he's made a friend, Wolfy! With Maurie being so reserved and taking longer to adjust to new situations, Wolfy was introduced to Maurie to see if they could be friends. It was magic and now they are great pals! Wolfy is also FIV positive. Maurie is very talkative and feels confident exploring when his buddy Wolfy is around... he's a whole new kitty! Seeing as how well these boys have bonded, we would really love to see them go to a home together! These long term resident kitties are ready to find a home that is willing to open their heart and give these boys the love they deserve! Why not stop in today to see them?

Meet Maurie! He originally arrived at the shelter as a stray. He was originally an outdoor kitty who was being beat up by other outdoor cats and was brought here. After being with the shelter for a little while, it was discovered he has FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus). This is only contagious to other cats and only if they fight and bite each other. It is not contagious to people or dogs and it is not spread through the air. 

Maurie is a very sweet boy, but is shy with new people and in new situations. Once he feels comfortable, he does enjoy being held and cuddled. Another great aspect of Maurie is that he gets along well with other cats. In fact, he's made a friend, Wolfy! With Maurie being so reserved and taking longer to adjust to new situations, Wolfy was introduced to Maurie to see if they could be friends. It was magic and now they are great pals! Wolfy is also FIV positive. Maurie is very talkative and feels confident exploring when his buddy Wolfy is around... he's a whole new kitty! Seeing as how well these boys have bonded, we would really love to see them go to a home together! These long term resident kitties are ready to find a home that is willing to open their heart and give these boys the love they deserve! Why not stop in today to see them?
Meet Maurie! He originally arrived at the shelter as a stray. He was originally an outdoor kitty who was being beat up by other outdoor cats and was brought here. After being with the shelter for a little while, it was discovered he has FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus). This is only contagious to other cats and only if they fight and bite each other. It is not contagious to people or dogs and it is not spread thru the air. He is a very sweet boy and enjoys cuddling, and loves other cats. He has a quiet personality and also enjoys the company of people and getting lots of pets. He likes to have his belly rubbed, and sometimes snores when he sleeps. Maurie would prefer a quiet home because he's still a little unsure of new things and needs someone who will be patient with him and give him the time he needs to adjust and fit in. Once you meet him, he is shy at first, but just give him a little time to get used to you and he warms up very quickly. Stop in today and ask about more details on Maurie!
Meet Maurie! He originally arrived at the shelter as a stray. He was originally an outdoor kitty who was being beat up by other outdoor cats and was brought here. After being with the shelter for a little while, it was discovered he has FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus). This is only contagious to other cats and only if they fight and bite each other. It is not contagious to people or dogs and it is not spread thru the air. He is a very sweet boy and enjoys cuddling, and loves other cats. He has a quiet personality and also enjoys the company of people and getting lots of pets. He likes to have his belly rubbed, and sometimes snores when he sleeps. Maurie would prefer a quiet home because he's still a little unsure of new things and needs someone who will be patient with him and give him the time he needs to adjust and fit in. Once you meet him, he is shy at first, but just give him a little time to get used to you and he warms up very quickly. Stop in today and ask about more details on Maurie!

About Bay Area Humane Society

About Our Shelter...

Our mission is to offer the best possible care and future for companion animals in our community through leadership, placement, and outreach.

To accomplish this, BAHS cares for nearly 5,000 animals a year, without the aid of local, state, or federal funding. BAHS is an open-admission shelter which turns no animal away. Of course we service dogs and cats, but even pot-bellied pigs, chickens and degus have found themselves on our door step.

Bay Area Humane Society is working to provide valuable services, to both the animals and the 350,000 people of Brown County and surrounding Northeast Wisconsin communities. In addition to caring for the animals, BAHS provides adoption, lost & found, animal rescue, pet therapy programs along with education and end-of-life pet services. In 2007, our Humane Education Department hosted our first ever summer camp for children. This program received an overwhelming response and we were thrilled to reach children with the messages of responsible pet ownership and humane treatment of animals. We also offer a free behavior helpline for pet owners struggling with their pet’s behavior and we even work with local veterinarians to host low cost vaccine clinics for owned pets. For over 50 years, BAHS has served both the people and the animals of Brown County and surrounding communities.

Come Meet Our Pets...

BAHS Adoption Center hours:
*Monday - Friday 2-7pm
*Saturday 12-5pm
*Sundays & Holidays Closed.

BAHS also has cats available at the PetCo by the East Town Mall located off East Mason Street in Green Bay.

Our Adoption Process...

Complete an adoption application form and specify the animal(s) in which you are interested.

BAHS staff will offer suggestions about the health care and training your pet will require and will provide you with any available information concerning the pet(s) you have chosen.

Animals are adopted out on a first come, first serve basis.

Please note that all stray animals will be held for seven days following admission and during this time will not be shown or made available for adoption. This allows a stray pet's owner time to find and claim their pet. An unclaimed, stray pet will be available for adoption upon assessment after the seventh day following admission to the shelter.

Our goal is to complete the adoption process as quickly as possible for you, in most cases in just one day. We do not accept multiple applications per pet or same party applications for more than one pet unless it is conjunction with any 'adoption special' we have available at the time you submit your application.

When you submit an application for the pet you are interested in, the adoption fee is also due and payable.

If the pet you want is a dog or cat and has already been spayed or neutered, you will be able to take the pet home the same day you submit your application and payment, pending any medical needs the animal may have.

If the pet you want is a dog, cat or bunny that has NOT been spayed or neutered, BAHS requires that the animal be spayed or neutered at the time of the adoption. Transportation to an area veterinarian will be arranged by BAHS staff. You may choose a veterinarian from the list of participating veterinarians.