Become a Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin Affiliate
Help Us Help More Pets Go Home
Our mission & our value to Southern Wisconsin communities
As the only animal shelter serving Rock County and Southern Wisconsin, with a focus on Janesville and Beloit, the Humane Society provides a critical safety net for thousands of unprotected animals.
Each year we:
- provide shelter and humane care to lost and homeless pets,
- reunite lost pets with their families and promote positive pet adoptions, and
- educate our community in order to inspire compassion and responsible pet guardianship.
In 2016 alone we rescued, treated, and cared for more than 4,000 animals, including spay/neuter services to cat rescue organizations, transports from high-kill shelters, more than 2,000 adoptions, and more than 500 stray/lost pets reunited with their families. These are new records for the Humane Society and—most importantly—represent many more happy endings for pets and people.
How you can be part of this success and service
We are an independent nonprofit charity (we have no affiliation with the national humane society or any other supporting organization).
We need our community’s philanthropic support.
Some HSSW AFFILIATE benefits
- Recognition signage & crediting – banners, lobby monitors, newsletters, event programs
- Live “thank you” via Pet of the Week on social media and local radio/TV
- Comp tickets to 3 major events
- Employee volunteer service days
- Pet therapy visits to workplaces by adoptable dog, puppies, cats, kittens
Cynthia at the Humane Society / firstname.lastname@example.org / 608-752-5622
Thank you 2017 Affiliates - Helping pets go home!
When you're out in the community, please say "thanks" to these generous partners - and visit them for your service and shopping needs.
Pets Go Home 2017 Affiliates:
Pack Leader Sponsors:
Partners & Networks:
The lifesaving work of the Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin is supported by:
News & Announcements
JANESVILLE, Wis. - The Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin is looking for input from the community about the design of a new shelter.
Sunny suffered burns on her head, ears, back, shoulders and chest. About 20 percent of her surface skin was damaged or removed, The Gazette reported earlier.