Saint Francis Society
Who We Are
The Saint Francis Animal shelter is located in Kenosha Wisconsin, is a non-profit no-kill shelter dedicated to finding loving, permanent homes for unwanted or abandoned pets through adoption. Animals are only killed to end suffering from terminal illness.
Adopting a friend
The Adoption fee for dogs is $285 which includes neutering/spaying, up-to-date shots, heartworm check and an ID Microchip. The adoption fee for puppies is $400.00 which includes neutering/spaying, shots and ID Microchip. The adoption fee for cats is $140 and includes neutering/spaying, up-to-date shots, testing for Feline Aids and Feline Leukemia and an ID Microchip. Adoption fees may be greater on certain dogs.
Come Visit Us!
We are located at 12300 116th Street in Kenosha Wisconsin. Our business hours, for serious adopters only, are Wednesday thru Friday from 11:00am to 4:00pm and Saturday and Sunday from 11:00am to 4:00pm. We have put a description of our animals on Petfinder. We have done this because we do not respond to telephone inquiries on the age, personality, size etc. of our animals. If you are interested in one of our animals, you must come to the shelter to meet the animal or you can contact us by emailing us at email@example.com or by faxing us.
We are sorry that we cannot adopt animals to anyone in the City of Milwaukee. While we will except applications for animals from people outside of the City of Milwaukee and in the County of Milwaukee, there are special requirements for any potential owners and there will be strict scrutiny of those adoptions.
While we have placed many wonderful animals in loving homes with Milwaukee County residents, Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control, the pound for Milwaukee County, has not notified our shelter of our microchipped stray animals who have had the misfortune of landing in that facility. Furthermore, the cases of extreme animal cruelty in Milwaukee County have gone unresolved and largely un-investigated. Thus, the risk of the torture or death of even one of our adopted animals, who could stray from home, far out weighs the benefits of placing animals in loving homes in Milwaukee County.
We are concerned about privacy
Your privacy is very important to us. St. Francis respects and protects the privacy of its contributors, volunteers and adopters. Personally identifiable information, that includes your name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, organization, city, state and zip code and information that is obtained from you, but is not directly associated with you (non-personally identifiable information), will not be sold, rented or given to anyone at anytime.
Saint Francis Society
12300 116th St.
Kenosha, WI 53142
WE DO NOT TAKE TELEPHONE INQUIRIES ABOUT THE PETS ON THIS SITE
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