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January 2015 newsletter release!
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Cat of the Week

The Oconto Area Humane Society, Inc. would like you to know about a very special cat awaiting adoption at our shelter.

This week’s selection is ‘Lillian’, a six-years-young adoptable kitty that is hoping you have room in your family for a furry friend. She would love a quieter household, and enjoys being with people once she feels safe in her surroundings. She is spayed, tested FeLV/FIV negative, front declawed, and has a lot of love to give. She can be all yours for a low adoption fee of $60, and can be microchipped for an additional $5. She hopes to meet you soon!

If you believe Lillian would be a good fit for your household, come in and fill out an application!

Volunteer of the Month: Julie Wiegand

Julie Wiegand has been volunteering at OAHS for roughly four months now, and we are grateful that she donates her time to be with the animals here at the shelter.

Julie has no pets of her own, so she does the next best thing, by spending time with all the OAHS available animals! To her the best part of volunteering at the shelter is getting the chance to walk all the dogs and learning about all their neat personalities.

Julie wanted us to focus on an adoptable animal instead of her, so the picture below is Hope. Hope is a bully breed mix with a thyroid condition. She will need to be on medication for the rest of her life, it is only one pill and she takes it so nicely. Hope is current on her vaccinations, spayed, and free to adopt! If you think she is the dog for you, please call and set up an appointment to meet her!

During Julie’s free time, she does hiking, reading, crocheting, and geo-caching. The OAHS wants to give a big thank you to Julie Wiegand! We love all the long walks she gives to the dogs here at the shelter!