MADACC cares for approximately 10,000 stray neglected, abandoned, and injured animals each year and your generous donations help keep them safe, healthy and comfortable.
MADACC is always happy to accept donations from the public. Canned cat food and dry dog and cat food are always our biggest needs year round. We cannot accept open bags of food, and suggest you bring those to Wildlife in Need in Oconomowoc for their wild animal patients.
MADACC also accepts financial donations that are put into our animal medical care fund for animals who need extraordinary care while in our facility and our spay/neuter fund that is used to give animals who are not reunited with their families a second chance and be put up for adoption.
You can also learn about MADACC’s Planned Giving program by clicking here.
MADACC’s wish list provides you with a list of our current and most important needs.
Donations can be dropped off at:
3839 W. Burnham St.
West Milwaukee, WI 53215
Amazon Wish List:
We have several Amazon Wish Lists for the animals in our care.
Can’t adopt at this time?
Sponsor an Animal!
To sponsor a pet, click HERE. Then choose an animal and click on the profile. You will be given the option to “Sponsor Me.” You can then choose the amount to sponsor!
FRIENDS OF MADACC
Want to be more involved in helping provide resources for the animals at MADACC? Consider joining Friends of MADACC (FOM).
FOMÂ supports a network of volunteers that provide educational programs, training, foster care, dog walking and cat socialization to enhance the quality of life of animals at MADACC.Â Their goal is to increase the number of animals transferred or adopted from MADACC and prevent animal cruelty and neglect.
TheyÂ ensure that donations stay in Milwaukee County to help local homeless animals.Â Many of these animals are friendly, healthy, and highly adoptable, and our efforts give them a second chance at finding permanent, loving homes.Â Funds raised by FOM support:
– Facility improvements at MADACC, such as installing outdoor exercise kennels
– Educational programs like Battle Against Dogfighting (BAD)
– Spay/neuter programs to increase adoption placement for homeless animals and help reduce our local pet overpopulation problem
– Wellness programs that provide low-cost veterinary services including vaccinations, spay/neuter, and microchip clinics
Go to the Friends of MADACC website for more information.