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My name is Patchy!
I'm being cared for by
Chequamegon Humane Association
Adoption process
1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Submit Application

3.

Approve Application

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

5.

Take the Pet Home

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Submit Application

3.

Approve Application

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

5.

Take the Pet Home

Adoption application
Apply to Adopt

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Age
Adult
Sex
Male
Pet ID
15187
Hair Length
short

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small red x Not good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Are you looking for the cat equivalent of a grumpy old man? I'm not exactly old, but I am a grumpy man. My name's Patchy and I've been at the shelter for a few weeks now. I'm secretly a pretty sweet boy but I tend to put up a tough guy front. You see, I was a street cat for a while, so I'm used to having to fend for myself, but now that I'm an inside boy I've found I really like the housecat way of life. If I sound like I might be the cat for you, you can apply for me at chaadopt.org.All cats and dogs adopted from the Chequamegon Humane Association are spayed or neutered, up-to-date on age appropriate vaccinations, dewormed, and microchipped. Dogs are tested for heartworm. A adoption fee of $175 is required for adult dogs, puppy adoption fees start $250, and dogs over the age of 10 are $85. Adult cat adoption fees are $50, kittens under one year are $120, and cats over the age of 10 are $35.
Are you looking for the cat equivalent of a grumpy old man? I'm not exactly old, but I am a grumpy man. My name's Patchy and I've been at the shelter for a few weeks now. I'm secretly a pretty sweet boy but I tend to put up a tough guy front. You see, I was a street cat for a while, so I'm used to having to fend for myself, but now that I'm an inside boy I've found I really like the housecat way of life. If I sound like I might be the cat for you, you can apply for me at chaadopt.org.All cats and dogs adopted from the Chequamegon Humane Association are spayed or neutered, up-to-date on age appropriate vaccinations, dewormed, and microchipped. Dogs are tested for heartworm. A adoption fee of $175 is required for adult dogs, puppy adoption fees start $250, and dogs over the age of 10 are $85. Adult cat adoption fees are $50, kittens under one year are $120, and cats over the age of 10 are $35.
Shelter

Chequamegon Humane Association

Contact info
Pet ID
15187
Contact
Address
Ashland, WI 54806

Their adoption process

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Submit Application

3.

Approve Application

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

5.

Take the Pet Home

Additional adoption info

Fill out the application form and submit for review. We ask you follow up with CHA after 48 hours to check the status of your application. A tax-deductible donation fee of $50 for cats/ $90 for kittens and $175 for dogs/ $250 puppies is required upon adoption.
Fill out the application form and submit for review. We ask you follow up with CHA after 48 hours to check the status of your application. A tax-deductible donation fee of $50 for cats/ $90 for kittens and $175 for dogs/ $250 puppies is required upon adoption.

Go meet their pets

923 Rail Drive Ashland, WI
923 Rail Drive Ashland, WI

More about this shelter

Donate Today!  The Chequamegon Humane Association depends on the generous contributions from donors like you. Because of you, we are able to rescue and re-home hundreds of animals like this one every year! ​ ABOUT US CHA serves as a temporary safe haven for homeless animals from Ashland and Bayfield Counties. OUR MISSION To promote and support the humane treatment of animals in the Chequamegon Bay area. ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW Picture Initially volunteers ran CHA (or CAL - Chequamegon Animal League- as it was then known) out of their homes until a parcel of land was obtained from the City of Ashland on Old Airport Road. The current building was constructed in two phases: The indoor/outdoor dog runs came first and the cat room and office were added at a later date. Up until the mid-1990’s, there was no preventative care given to the cats and dogs adopted out; no vaccines were given and the animals were not spayed or neutered. The average annual budget was around $10,000/year, most of which came from Ashland and Bayfield counties for animal control. In 1994 CHA received a generous bequeath, which allowed the organization to implement a minimum standard of care so that only spayed and neutered animals up-to-date on vaccinations were released for adoption. This was the first step toward changing the continuous flow of unwanted cats and dogs in our area. Since then CHA has been dedicated to improving the quality of life for homeless pets by providing medical care and socialization to every cat and dog that comes through our doors. We have also reached out to the community with low-cost spay/neuter options for low-income households. The staff and board of directors sincerely hope you will join us in continuously making our community a better place for all pets and their people. If you have some time, why not take the volunteer training session (first Sunday of each month at noon) so you can spend some quality time with the cats or take a dog for a walk on the newly improved shelter property trails.
Donate Today!  The Chequamegon Humane Association depends on the generous contributions from donors like you. Because of you, we are able to rescue and re-home hundreds of animals like this one every year! ​ ABOUT US CHA serves as a temporary safe haven for homeless animals from Ashland and Bayfield Counties. OUR MISSION To promote and support the humane treatment of animals in the Chequamegon Bay area. ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW Picture Initially volunteers ran CHA (or CAL - Chequamegon Animal League- as it was then known) out of their homes until a parcel of land was obtained from the City of Ashland on Old Airport Road. The current building was constructed in two phases: The indoor/outdoor dog runs came first and the cat room and office were added at a later date. Up until the mid-1990’s, there was no preventative care given to the cats and dogs adopted out; no vaccines were given and the animals were not spayed or neutered. The average annual budget was around $10,000/year, most of which came from Ashland and Bayfield counties for animal control. In 1994 CHA received a generous bequeath, which allowed the organization to implement a minimum standard of care so that only spayed and neutered animals up-to-date on vaccinations were released for adoption. This was the first step toward changing the continuous flow of unwanted cats and dogs in our area. Since then CHA has been dedicated to improving the quality of life for homeless pets by providing medical care and socialization to every cat and dog that comes through our doors. We have also reached out to the community with low-cost spay/neuter options for low-income households. The staff and board of directors sincerely hope you will join us in continuously making our community a better place for all pets and their people. If you have some time, why not take the volunteer training session (first Sunday of each month at noon) so you can spend some quality time with the cats or take a dog for a walk on the newly improved shelter property trails.