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Wish List: Urgent Needs

***NEW Aluminum Cans to Save Lives NEW***

*Purina, Iams or Science Diet cat and kitten food* 

*Meat flavored baby food (no onion power)

*Cat scratchers (found at www.stretchandscratch.com)

*Timothy hay

*Canned cat food - loaf please, no meats in gravy/sauce

*Bleach

*Newspaper - no shiny, glossy ads 

 

Contact Info

Coulee Region Humane Society, Inc.
911 Critter Court
Onalaska, WI 54650

Phone: 608-781-4014
Fax: 608-781-1646

Facility Operator License Number 268468-DS

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Coulee Region Humane Society actively promotes the humane treatment of animals and positive human-animal relationships.

 

Think you own the cutest pooch or feline in the area?

Then this is the contest for you!

2015 Coulee Region Humane Society Calendar 

 

 

 

A Crazy Little Thing Called Hope

Something wonderful is happening for cats at the shelter.  Here’s the story. 


Our shelter has one communal room where cats can move about freely.  All our other cats live in kennels.  They have not had a designated play area and have had to wait for our multi-purpose, cat evaluation and adopter get-acquainted room to be empty in order to stretch their legs, play, race around the room and cuddle with volunteers.  Now, thanks to a grant from Petfinder Foundation Rescue U and BISSELL Pet Foundation, a play room has been built.  Our cheerful and generous dogs, who get outside to play at least once a day, gave up two kennels that were remodeled into cat play space.

 

This ability to play is serious business for our cats.  Stress is a problem for shelter cats and stress leads to illness, most commonly upper respiratory infections.  The ability to play and socialize helps reduce stress and we think our cats will be healthier as a result.  We have that crazy little thing called hope – hope that this playroom will, literally, save lives. 

  

As always, we strive to use your support to create new possibilities. Whether you volunteer, donate or adopt, we are grateful for the hope you bring to the animals at our shelter. 

 

CRHS is a member of the No More Homeless Pets Partnership.

We recently received a grant from Best Friends Animal Society to reduce the adoption fee for select animals who might be harder to place because of a medical condition, breed or personality trait such as shyness.  For these animals there is a $40 reduction in the adoption fee, $20 from the grant matched by $20 from CRHS.

 

 

 

 

 

 Pave the Way: Memorial Walkway

Memorialize a beloved pet, honor a loved one or recognize an accomplishment with a brick for our decorative walkway while giving help and hope to animals in need.