Dunn County Humane Society has been serving the needs of homeless companion animals in Dunn County since 1993
Pet of the Week!
Hi Friends! My name is Cornwell and I'm a friendly guy who initially arrived as a stray in March of 2014. I was adopted in July 2014 and lived happily with my family for a year until August 2015 when they moved out of state and were unable to bring me with. I have tested positive for FIV which is a virus that depletes the number of white blood cells, which eventually makes me less able to fight off infection. FIV cannot be passed from cat to person, but there is a 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 am looking to live in a home without any other cats unless my new feline sibling also has FIV. If you are interested in adopting me, or would like more information about FIV, please ask one of my staff friends.
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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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