Husky was so excited for extra attention that he would barely hold still for a picture. Once he realized it was a photo shoot, he started modeling like a pro. Husky was brought in as a stray, so the Wisconsin Humane Society (WHS) doesn’t know much about his past. After getting to know him a little bit, he is friendly, affectionate and happy to be indoors, where his glorious, white fur can stay soft and clean.
Husky is six years old, weighs 13 pounds, and has already been neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. As with all adult cats at the WHS, adopters get to name their own adoption fee. Stop by the WHS Door County campus to meet Husky during adoption hours.
The WHS Door County campus is located at 3475 Park Drive, across from Cherryland Airport in Sturgeon Bay. It’s open for adoptions 12-6 pm Monday, Wednesday and Friday; and 12-4 pm Saturday. For more information, call 920.746.1111.