Purrfect MKE Program
Each spring MADACC sees an influx of homeless cats in search of homes. To help reduce overcrowding in the shelter, Friends of MADACC waives adult cat adoption fees from June 1st – October 31st of each year.
There are many ways you can help the homeless felines of Milwaukee. Here are ways you can help:
Foster: MADACC is always looking for fosters to help reduce crowding at the shelter and to care for cats with high medical needs. Learn more about fostering.
Pit Bull Proud
The Pit Bull Proud adoption program was created in 2014 to increase the number of Pit Bulls adopted into loving, forever homes. Pit Bull type dogs make up 45% of the homeless and neglected dogs brought into MADACC each year.
In 2018, Friends of MADACC revamped the program. Instead of subsidizing adoption fees, FOM will now provide our pit bulls with a welcome home kit to take home with them to their new family! The kit includes an easy walk harness, toys, and our new Pit Bull Proud sticker and bandanna. In addition to this, an awareness campaign is run from June to October to showcase MADACC’s pit bull pride and raise awareness for these dogs. This campaign culminates with FOM’s Annual Pit Bull Awareness Day towards the end of October.
- Following us on Facebook or Instagram and sharing our posts or adding FOM’s Pit Bull Proud frame to your profile!
Do you want the love and companionship of a dog, but have only limited time to commit? Want to test drive a dog for the weekend before adopting? Want to make a difference in the life of an animal by having a weekend sleepover visit and letting us know what a dog is like in a home to help them find their perfect family? If you have answered YES to any of these questions, the MADACC Weekenders program is for you! Click the badge to learn more.
Donate to Friends of MADACC to help our animals through Community Shares!
Download the brochure here to see how you can help through the 2017/2018 Campaign!
Milwaukee County Animal Services
Wisconsin Humane Society and MADACC are the largest animal welfare organizations in Milwaukee County and many people are not sure who to call when they have a question, concern or animal related problem. Please click here to see our chart to help guide you when you or an animal is in need.