This week’s featured pet is from the Wisconsin Humane Society. Lenny. Lenny prides himself on displaying beautiful colors on his soft coat, including unique facial markings that give him a half-black, half-pink nose. What makes this sweet girl even more special is that part of her right back leg is missing – but that doesn’t stop her from living her best senior life. Like all cats at WHS, he has been spayed, vaccinated, and microchipped, and is excited to meet his new family.
This adorable 13-year-old cat is available for adoption at the Wisconsin Humane Society Racine campus. If you’re ready to show Lenny all the love in his sunset years, please visit The Humane Society’s Adoption Page today
Our featured pet, Lenny
All photos credit: Wisconsin Humane Society
gave Racine Campus Open for pets on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 1:30 to 5 p.m. and on Saturdays from noon to 5 p.m.
About the Wisconsin Humane Society
gave Wisconsin Humane Society (WHS), which offers the featured pet segment, is a private non-profit organization whose mission is to create a community where people value animals and treat them with respect and kindness.
Founded in 1879, WHS has been saving the lives of animals in need for nearly 140 years. WHS is a 501(c)(3) organization and operates animal shelters in Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Door, and Brown counties, as well as a spay/neuter clinic in West Allis. WHS serves over 40,000 animals annually. WHS does not receive any general government funding and is not part of a national organisation. WHS is the largest shelter in the state of Wisconsin.
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