The Door County Humane Society (DCHS) is in the middle of a monthlong fundraising competition with hundreds of other animal welfare organizations. “We are counting on the generosity of our friends in Door County community and beyond to keep us in the running to earn more grant money through the competition by being one of the highest earning shelters,” stated Executive Director Carol Boudreau. “Your money goes directly to the care of homeless cats and dogs in Door County who need your help and providing the level of care they deserve comes at no small cost.”
The foster kitten program is one area donations will go. This year, thanks to a dedicated and invested staff, a foster program was created to place needy moms and babies into loving homes until they reach a point that they are ready to be adopted. Of the first wave of kittens this season, 21 kittens were fostered, 15 of which have already been adopted. Donate to the Saving Pets Challenge at doorcountyhumanesociety.org, click the red button on the right-hand side of the screen.