Upcoming  events

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Volunteer Orientation

When: TBA

Please fill out a volunteer application below prior to your orientation. All attendees must RSVP.  Contact OAHS via email to RSVP for our next orientation. 

Board Meeting

When: Third Thursday of each month - 6:15pm

Where: Furnsworth Library in Oconto

We welcome the public at all board meetings. Please contact the shelter for more information if you would like to attend a future meeting.

Nailed It 2022

When: Now until November 30th

Where: Furnsworth Library in Oconto

The return of the Nailed it style pet portraits is here!


Looking for a goofy gift for the holidays? How about a 'Nailed It' style picture of a beloved pet! Now until November 30th we will be accepting orders for pet portraits. ($25 donation per pet portrait) Each will be hand painted by shelter volunteers and board members. Talent may vary keeping with the 'Nailed It' theme! If you are looking for a good laugh we have an eager crew of amateur artists ready to create your goofy portrait.


Just order via $25 donation at our link below.

ORDER HERE : https://bit.ly/3VIzts1


Send your pet photo via email to oahsevents@gmail.com


All portraits will be painted on 8 X 10 canvas board.

Each will include a certificate stating that a $25 donation was made for the OAHS animals!

Orders can be mailed or picked up at the OAHS shelter.

All proceeds to benefit the animals at Oconto Area Humane Society.




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check out our newsletter

Check out the OAHS quarterly newsletter, Whiskers, Wags, & Wishes.  The newsletter features stories of our recent supporters, happy endings of forever homes, and current adoptable pets.

Where's Seymour


Abrams BP Gas station


Check him out (and feed him some change) at BP Gas Station in Abrams. 

He is eager to take donations (small or large) to help OAHS care for the hundreds of animals that call it home every year.