Readers are invited to meet Gerry, a 4-year-old, buff/white domestic shorthair tabby. He was brought in Feb. 28 as a stray. He’s very friendly and relaxed. He’s also comfortable, confident and great when the staff does any medical work on him. Gerry likes to lay around and chill. He’s great with other cats, but is FIV+ (don’t worry, this doesn’t spread to humans). Most cats who have this condition can live normal, healthy and long lives. In addition, stay tuned for the next adoption story on the Wisconsin Humane Society Door County Campus website (doorcountyhumanesociety.org/), which covers three happy cats living long, healthy lives despite the condition. Gerry is hoping to find an affectionate, loving home. Contact Khia at the shelter if you have any more questions regarding FIV. Also, feel free to stop in and visit this stoic and handsome guy.
Wisconsin Humane Society Door County Campus is located at 3475 County PD (across from Cherryland Airport) in Sturgeon Bay. The shelter is open for adoptions, 12-6 pm Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and 12-4 pm Saturday. For more information call 920.746.1111.