Dunn County Humane Society has been serving the needs of homeless companion animals in Dunn County since 1993
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Hi Friends! My name is Bently and I’m about 5 years old. I’m an independent guy who enjoys the company of mature adults. I arrived as a stray in July of 2012 and tested positive for FIV. FIV is a virus that depletes the number of white blood cells, which makes me less able to fight off infection. FIV cannot be passed from cat to person, but there is a very slim chance that I could infect another cat. FIV is most commonly spread through deep bite wounds and not easily passed otherwise. Just as a precaution, I would do best in a home without other cats so my immune system doesn’t need to fight off infections. Please research FIV and discuss any concerns with your veterinarian before deciding to adopt me. I have been at DCHS for years just dreaming of a home of my own... can you make me dreams come true?
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Read About Flash – Our Inspiration
Flash is the reason Dunn County Humane Society was formed. The DCHS was formed in response to an act of cruelty which resulted in the death of Flash, a four-year-old Basset Hound.
The Society is committed to the prevention of animal suffering in his memory. It was chartered in December 1993 by the State of Wisconsin as a membership-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
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