Door County Humane Society
The Door County Humane Society is committed to providing a safe haven for lost and homeless pets.
One of the best ways to welcome visitors and potential adopters to the shelter is by keeping the building sparkling clean! A good first impression is essential! They need help sweeping and mopping the floors, cleaning the public restrooms, dusting, straightening and stocking the information center, and so much more. If you would like to make a difference and help the homeless animals of Door County, they need you!
Volunteers must be at least 16 years old. Volunteers must be able to work independently after training.
Another way to help out at the Door County Humane Society is to become a cat colony helper. Keeping their cats happy and healthy starts with where they live while at the shelter--in the cat colonies. Help keep the cat colonies in the best shape possible by cleaning the rooms, filling cats’ food and water bowls, maintaining bedding and toys for the cats, and, of course, giving some love and attention to the cats!
Volunteers need to be at least 16 years old. Volunteers need to be able to lift moderately heavy bins - cat food, litter, etc. Contact the Door County Humane Society to get involved.