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My name is Ned!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Sheboygan, Wisconsin - Ned
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I'm being cared for by:
Sheboygan County Humane Society

Facts about Ned

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 22101
  • Hair: Unknown

Primary Color: Black
Secondary Color: White
Weight: 6.6
Age: 0yrs 6mths 1wks

About Sheboygan County Humane Society

About Our Shelter...

Sheboygan County Humane Society
We are a non-profit organization dedicated to the welfare of animals. Our mission is the prevention of cruelty to animals, the relief of suffering among animals and the extension of humane education.
About Us
SCHS is the only open admission, full-service animal shelter in Sheboygan County. We offer comfort, care and adoption services for approximately 2,500 animals each year.
Our organization is operated by a Board of Directors, Executive Director, Shelter Manager and Staff of professional caregivers. SCHS offers veterinary care for animals in our care with our own vet.
We receive no tax dollars. Our shelter thrives on your financial support. Funding is generated by donations, fees, bequeaths and a portion of your pet licensing fees.
Wish List
The Sheboygan County Humane Society is in need of the following items.
Please find it in your heart to help and donate to this cause. The animals thank you for your care, kindness and generosity.
Non-Clumping Kitty Litter
Canned Moist Cat Food
Dry Dog Food
Dry Cat Food
KMR Kitten Milk Replacer
PMR Puppy MIlk Replacer
Laundry Soap
Non-Clorox Bleach
Scotch Scrubbing Pads
Paper Towels
Toilet Paper
Copy Paper
Gerber Baby Rice Cereal
Gasoline Gift Cards
Postage Stamps
Lint Rollers
13 Gallon Trash Bags
Ziploc Bags
Brooms
Dust Pans
Plastic Sheet Protectors (8 1/2 by 11)
Kleenex
Monetary Donations
Foster Homes
Volunteers
Become A Foster Parent
The SCHS is looking for foster homes! Make a difference in a homeless animal's life. Give a homeless animal a "second chance". Become a foster parent and open your home and heart to an animal in need.
This shelter supports a foster to adopt program.
Foster care in your own home benefits:
Ill animals needing recuperation (at times including medication)
Young animals needing socialization
Mother animals and their young
Orphaned animals
Stressed/frightened animals intolerant of a shelter environment
Fostering is a heartwarming, rewarding experience. Learn about respect, consideration, and responsibility for another life. Help your community by caring for some of its homeless animals. A foster home is a vital step for a homeless animal on its way to a permanent, loving home. You can provide that important link. If interested, please visit the shelter and fill out an application to be a foster parent.or visit us at www.myschs.com and fill in an online application.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Watch for our "Pet of the Week" in the newspapers.
Through the generous support of our local newspapers, we find great homes for great pets.
Tune in to our PAWS TV show on Channel 8. Wednesdays at 1:00 pm and Thursdays at 7:30 pm.
Featuring our great adoptable animals.
Don't miss our radio spots! WHBL 1330 AM on Thursdays at 8:15, WBFM B93.7 FM on Thursdays at 8:30 am, "Furry Friday" on WXER 104.5 The Point on Firdays and WHBZ 106.5 the Buzz on Friday mornings.

Our Adoption Process...

Adopt a Friend
We DO NOT ship our animals. You must fill out an adoption application and you will be contacted upon approval.This normally takes 24-48 hours to complete. Interested adopters must visit with a lead caregiver for a meet and greet.
All of our precious pets are spayed or neutered before adoption. Both dogs and cats are up to date with annual vaccinations,dewormed dogs are heartworm tested, cats are tested for FIV and feline leukemia and are treated for ear mites. All dogs are temperament tested by a trained tester. We are on the Science Diet plan so it is what we feed our cats and dogs. Each and every one of our companion animals are provided with an examination by a Veterinarian. We also microchip all of our pets upon adoption. Don't forget you are also able to receive a complimentary visit by your own Veterinarian too.
Schedule of Adoption Fees
Cats
Kittens - 2 - 5 months old - $120.00
Kittens - 6 months and less than 1 year - $80.00
Adult Cats - 1 year and older - $20.00
Senior to Senior Special - 7 year and older cats to Seniors 60 years and older - $10.00
Cat/Kitten Adoption fees include: distemper vaccination, rabies vaccine (depending on age) deworming, ear mite treatment, FIV/FeLeuk tests, spay/neuter, microchip and veterinary exam. Cat License is extra depending on jurisdiction.
Dogs
Puppies - Under 1 year - $250.00
Adults - 1 year to 6 years - $200.00
Seniors - 7 years and older - $120.00
Senior to Senior Special - 7 year and older dogs to Seniors 60 years and older - $90.00
Dog/Puppy Adoption fees include: heartworm test, deworming, distemper vaccination, rabies vaccine (depending on age), spay/neuter, microchip & veterinary exam. Dog License is extra.
Little Critters
Rabbits - $35.00
Ferrets - $40.00
Guinea Pigs - $15.00
Hamsters, Gerbils, Mice, Etc. - $5.00
Birds - $15.00 and up
Sugar Gliders - $100.00
Hedgehogs - $75.00
Pigs - $100.00
All Little Critters are given a veterinary exam.
Other Discounts
Buddy Plan - Adopt one animal at the regular fee, receive second adoption at half price
Military discount - 25% off adoption with proof of Military state
Senior discount - 20% off adoption - 60 years and older
One discount per adoption, no combination of discounts