Forever home needed: Sad-faced senior kitty in Wisconsin has been at the shelter for two years

Update July 28: Honey has been adopted!

This sad-faced senior kitty has taken the internet by storm this month after her photo was posted by the Eastshore Humane Association and Animal Shelter. Although being slammed with calls, emails and Facebook messages after their post on her went viral, no decision on a forever family has been made yet.

Until September 7th I will give 10 cents to an animal charity for every comment. It is a way to help animal welfare without much effort at no cost. Comments help this website too, which is about animal welfare.

Eastshore Humane Association is located in Chilton, Wisconsin. Honey has called the shelter home since 2015. She was born in April 2006 and lived with an elderly woman until the woman had to go into a nursing home. Since then Honey has been waiting for a new forever home.

This beautiful kitty is good with dogs and most people but she doesn’t want to share her space with other cats. Eastshore Humane Association has invited serious inquiries to visit Honey at the shelter or to call 920-849-2390 for more information.

The power of crossposting on social media is amazing. Let’s do all we can to get this sweet senior out of the shelter and into a loving home. You can follow Honey here.

Elisa

11 thoughts on “Forever home needed: Sad-faced senior kitty in Wisconsin has been at the shelter for two years”

  1. Sandra Murphey…..I have a Pet Sitting Business and have for close to 20 years. I actually do bring up the “what if” conversations with my Clients on our Consultation visit. I always worried about my own pets, which I have quite a few of, and different types…so that prompted me to bring it up. Also, I had a Single, Middle aged Client that died in her sleep, had no living family, and she was not found in her home for 21 days!!! Sad, huh?? I saw it in the paper one morning and literally freaked out! She had two small terriers that she cooked for….she didn’t leave dry food out….so I KNEW they had to be in bad shape if even alive!!! I got on the phone with the Funeral home, Police Dept. and anyone else I could think of until I finally convinced the Police that I was their caretaker, and they told me they were taken to the Shelter. I called them and was able to go there, show my paperwork, etc. and they released the dogs to me.
    So….needless to say….I try to make as many people as possible aware of it. I always tell them “you know how it goes…when you are prepared, nothing happens!!! ” I also have key chains that have tags on them letting EMS workers or whoever, know that I have pets at home that need taking care of!!! (Of course, that is if they cannot reach my husband!)

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