The rummage is from 8am-4pm.
Donations will be accepted starting May 16th through June 2nd (8am-8pm). Please remember we will not be accepting mattresses, televisions, or appliances. Clearance Sale on June 7th – so name your price!
Our annual volunteer run rummage sale is always a big hit with the community. Rummage-goers can choose from a multitude of items all while contributing to the shelter animals. Rummage items have been donated from community members and are priced and categorized by shelter volunteers. There are also baked goods and plants available for purchase. A rummage sale isn’t complete without food … so stop on by for our brat fry!
We are looking for clean, gently used donated items! Please no TV’s, large appliances or mattresses. Watch for our drop off dates and dates to be posted! *Interested in volunteering for the sale? Volunteers are still needed to help with set-up, clean-up and working at the event. Please contact Joan at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
If you have any questions, please contact us at 262-677-4388.
The Puttin’ Four Paws Golf Outing takes place on a beautiful spring day at Scenic View Golf Course in Slinger. The event has a scramble format, complete with a shotgun start, lunch at the 10th hole and multiple special hole prize games. After the round golfers will enjoy dinner in the clubhouse and get the chance to win silent auction and raffle prizes. Come have some fun while supporting your favorite shelter.
Our adoption process is designed to ensure we make the right match for the animals in our care and the people who are adding a new family member to their home. Prospective adopters meet with an adoption counselor and discuss their lifestyle and interests. The adoption counselor will then match that information with an animal’s social, exercise and training needs.
Each situation, adopter and animal requires a different approach. And while we reserve the right to deny an adoption, we make every effort to work with you to address concerns or find the most appropriate match for you. Please plan on spending at least one hour for adoption counseling and another ½ hour for the actual adoption. We are confident that this small investment of time will be well worth the hours of enjoyment that your new family member will bring you.
When you decide you are ready to adopt an animal from WCHS, and you are at least 18 years of age, the following takes place:
|Dogs||See cage card|
|Cats (under 2 years)||$99.26|
|Cats (over 2 years)||No charge|
|Male Rabbits (neutered)||$26.40|
|Female Rabbits (spayed)||$36.96|
|Common Birds||See cage card|
|Bearded Dragons||See cage card|
|Large Birds||See cage card|
|Rats, Hamsters, Gerbils, Mice||$7.39|
The mission of The Washington County Humane Society is to protect animals from suffering and cruelty, to provide care for animals afflicted by neglect and abandonment, and to enhance the lives of animals and people through education, adoption and compassion.