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Oshkosh Humane Society Cats

Foster Families Needed The Oshkosh Area Humane Society is a Life Saving Shelter. Every day, cats and kittens arrive at OAHS and sometimes we just don’t have enough room in our building for all of them. By providing a temporary home, you give us the support we need until we find them a loving, permanent home. That can mean kittens too young to be adopted or an animal needing time to recover from an illness or injury. And sometimes we just need temporary homes for when our shelter is full. Learn More. Contact Info Closed Sunday, Monday, and Holidays. 920.424.2128 Oshkosh Area Human Society 1925 Shelter Ct Oshkosh WI 54901 [email protected]
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Oshkosh Humane Society Cats

Buy Photo The cat still under sedation will wake up and recover in a cage after the spay and neuter surgery. The cats are spayed and neutered for the OAHS program of trap, neuter, and release program that takes care of feral cats and releases them into the area from where they were trapped. Oshkosh Northwestern Media, Joe Sienkiewicz / Oshkosh Northwestern MediaFullscreen
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Oshkosh Humane Society Cats

The cat still under sedation will wake up and recover in a cage after the spay and neuter surgery. The cats are spayed and neutered for the OAHS program of trap, neuter, and release program that takes care of feral cats and releases them into the area from where they were trapped. Oshkosh Northwestern Media, Joe Sienkiewicz / Oshkosh Northwestern MediaFullscreen
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Oshkosh Humane Society Cats

The cat still under sedation will wake up and recover in a cage after the spay and neuter surgery. The cats are spayed and neutered for the OAHS program of trap, neuter, and release program that takes care of feral cats and releases them into the area from where they were trapped. Oshkosh Northwestern Media, Joe Sienkiewicz / Oshkosh Northwestern Media
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Oshkosh Humane Society Cats

The Oshkosh Area Humane Society is a Life Saving Shelter. Every day, cats and kittens arrive at OAHS and sometimes we just don’t have enough room in our building for all of them. By providing a temporary home, you give us the support we need until we find them a loving, permanent home.
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Oshkosh Humane Society Cats

Foster Families Needed The Oshkosh Area Humane Society is a Life Saving Shelter. Every day, cats and kittens arrive at OAHS and sometimes we just don’t have enough room in our building for all of them. By providing a temporary home, you give us the support we need until we find them a loving, permanent home. That can mean kittens too young to be adopted or an animal needing time to recover from an illness or injury. And sometimes we just need temporary homes for when our shelter is full. Learn More.
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Oshkosh Humane Society Cats

The Oshkosh Area Humane Society is a Life Saving Shelter. Every day, cats and kittens arrive at OAHS and sometimes we just don’t have enough room in our building for all of them. By providing a temporary home, you give us the support we need until we find them a loving, permanent home. That can mean kittens too young to be adopted or an animal needing time to recover from an illness or injury. And sometimes we just need temporary homes for when our shelter is full. Learn More.
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Oshkosh Humane Society Cats

In Oshkosh there are numerous groups of these cats, called colonies, in neighborhoods where there are food sources. And their numbers are growing. The colonies can be a mix of feral, owned and stray cats that lived with humans at one point but for whatever reason no longer do.
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It’s a problem: the humane society regularly receives complaints about people feeding the cats and the conflicts that causes between neighbors. Kittens from the litters flood the shelter from spring to autumn. People complain about the unaltered cats’ nuisance behaviors — spraying to mark territories, yowling in the night while in heat or looking for mates, killing wildlife, ruining gardens and more.
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Because cats will always max out their resources, when one cat is eliminated from the colony the remaining cats immediately breed to replace it. Or, a new cat comes into the territory and breeds with the existing cats to fill the space of the one that had left.
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Have those cats or kittens had any medical care? Did they get their vaccinations? Are they even old enough to be taken away from their mother? (Should be 8 weeks old minimum). At OAHS, not only are there NO ADOPTION FEES, but ALL cats have received their appropriate vaccinations, are spayed or neutered (“fixed”), and have received an initial health checkup. Yup, it’s true. I don’t know how much more free stuff they can give you, other than maybe a car to take us home in (don’t bother, they alreadytold me NO!). And you don’t have to meet anyone in a strange parking lot or anything to actually meet a cat. You can stop at OAHS and let the adoption counselors tell you all about each and every one of us and show you our paperwork. And plus, after you adopt you have support! You can get free nail trims or have the staff put on nail caps. And they are always there for you when you have questions or concerns. Try finding that amy place else! It’s so easy and it just makes sense to adopt from OAHS! So what are you waiting for? OAHS is open Tuesday and Wednesday noon-6pm, Thursday and Friday 2-8pm and Saturday 10am-3 pm.
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Featured Pets Jasper & Ruby Hi! We are best friends and the softest two 3 year old kitties you have ever petted! Our favorite toy is the laser light but we are very good at rubbing and pushing on people to be pet too. We are the best of both worlds; playful and snuggly! Oh, and we are are fixed, current on our shots and use our litter box and scratching post like good kitties should. Adopt us and get double the love for the rest of our lives! See All Cats Mikey I’m Mikey and I am a really good boy! When I went to the radio station as Pet of the Week I met like 12 new people and I didn’t jump on any of them! I ride well in a car, take treats nicely, I keep my kennel clean and I love to play with other dogs. I am only 1 year and 6 months old so technically I am still a puppy. I love to run and play so I’d love to have an active family. Everyone here loves me – Maybe you will too! Read more about me under available dogs. See All Dogs Mona I’m Mona. I am a great rabbit – very beautiful and soft. I love to be pet when I am out of my cage. I keep my cage very clean and love fresh greens. I am about 2 years old and one of my favorite things to do is to dip my toys in my water bowl like I am making soup. I am spayed and litter box trained. I’m not sure if I would like a husbunny or not because I haven’t been dating anyone since being at OAHS. See All Small Mammals 1
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Jasper & Ruby Hi! We are best friends and the softest two 3 year old kitties you have ever petted! Our favorite toy is the laser light but we are very good at rubbing and pushing on people to be pet too. We are the best of both worlds; playful and snuggly! Oh, and we are are fixed, current on our shots and use our litter box and scratching post like good kitties should. Adopt us and get double the love for the rest of our lives! See All Cats Mikey I’m Mikey and I am a really good boy! When I went to the radio station as Pet of the Week I met like 12 new people and I didn’t jump on any of them! I ride well in a car, take treats nicely, I keep my kennel clean and I love to play with other dogs. I am only 1 year and 6 months old so technically I am still a puppy. I love to run and play so I’d love to have an active family. Everyone here loves me – Maybe you will too! Read more about me under available dogs. See All Dogs Mona I’m Mona. I am a great rabbit – very beautiful and soft. I love to be pet when I am out of my cage. I keep my cage very clean and love fresh greens. I am about 2 years old and one of my favorite things to do is to dip my toys in my water bowl like I am making soup. I am spayed and litter box trained. I’m not sure if I would like a husbunny or not because I haven’t been dating anyone since being at OAHS. See All Small Mammals 1
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Wild cats end up at the shelter because people catch them and bring them to OAHS thinking they are adoptable. Upon arrival, however, there are only two options: either spay or neuter the cat and release it back to the location it was found, or euthanize it.

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