For Immediate Release
Media Contact: Michelle Pintar
Direct: (414) 431-6104
for Some Mature Companionship?
is Adopt a Senior Animal Month
– November is national Adopt a Senior
Animal Month and the seniors at the Wisconsin Humane
Society can't wait to celebrate. WHS has many spry
seniors waiting for that perfect someone to provide
them lots of love in their golden years. In return,
these special elders have a lot of love to give.
In addition to
their loving personalities, senior companion animals
have a lot of other positive qualities that a younger
furry friend may yet to have developed. Qualities
that make senior animals such superb companions
animals know the ropes. They're patient and wise,
making it easier to assimilate them into a new home.
animals may often give you some time to yourself,
as their physical demands are not as high.
animals can learn very quickly. Their ability to
focus is leaps and bounds ahead of those impetuous
puppies and kittens.
animals will return the love that you give them
Humane Society always has wonderful senior ambassadors.
Today you can meet Creole, a 9.5-year-old German
Shepherd mix; Catahoula, a 9-year-old domestic shorthair
feline; Timber, an 8-year-old domestic shorthair
cat; and Spook, a 10-year-old domestic longhair
feline. As with all of the companion animals, these
seniors come with the full behavior and veterinary
package available at the Wisconsin Humane Society.
Our senior ambassadors are available for photos
and a Wisconsin Humane Society representative is
available for interviews. For more information,
contact Michelle Pintar at (414) 431-6104.