The Neenah Animal Shelter exists to humanely care for lost, surrendered, neglected, impounded and abandoned pets until loving, forever homes are found for them.
Our LifeFirst™ philosophy is a commitment to never euthanize any animal because of lack of space or funding, but to save, restore and rehome all adoptable animals under our care.
Our goal is to improve the quality and strength of the bond between people and their pets through education and example.
Mon - Noon to 5 pm
Tues - Noon to 5 pm (September thru April)
Tues-Noon to 7 pm (May thru August)
Thurs - Noon to 7 pm
Fri- Noon to 5 pm
Saturday - 11 am to 4 pm
Closed Wed/Sun & holidays
Saving Animals. Serving Community. The Neenah Animal Shelter has been serving Neenah and the surrounding areas since 1958. Today we are asking for your help to save two extra-special animals and serve the community we are proud to be a part of. Tammy and Boswell need your help.
Tammy has been at the Neenah Animal Shelter longer than any other animal. She has spent a quarter of her life in our care and has had ongoing medical issues since her arrival. It would have been easy to say she was unadoptable, but we believe every animal deserves to be saved, restored and rehomed. Tammy has had dental problems for some time and twice has received dental cleanings while in our care. She has had a biopsy and has been on multiple medications. Recently we needed to take extreme measures to make Tammy comfortable and she received full-mouth extractions. This surgery is expensive, but we had no choice, Tammy needed it and we needed to do it for her. The cost of this lifesaving procedure was over $4,000. Can you make a $5, $10 or $25 donation to help pay for Tammy's medical care?
Boswell is another extra-special guy in the care of the shelter. Boswell arrived shelter as a stray and after his arrival it was discovered that he had really bad hips. We tried medication to manage his pain, but unfortunately it did not work and Boswell needed an FHO. A femoral head ostectomy (FHO) is a surgical procedure that removes the head and neck from the femur. Boswell had surgery on his right leg to alleviate the pain and is currently in a foster home recovering and receiving physical therapy. In a few weeks he will go back to the vet and will possibly need FHO surgery on the second leg as well. Boswell is a happy-go-lucky guy and we want to be able to give him the best possible care, but we need your help.
Will you make a donation to help Tammy, Boswell and other animals in need? Please allow us to continue our lifesaving mission. We are able to help animals in need because of support from people like you. You have the power to make the difference in their lives and the lives of other animals in need.
Clumping, Unscented Cat Litter
Purina One Dry Cat Food
Purina Dry Kitten Food
Purina One Small Bites Dog Food
Soft Dog Treats
Wet Kitten Food
Feliway Diffuser Refills
Wet Dog Food
Gift Cards to Local Gas Stations
Please note: We cannot use rope toys, bath rugs, sheets, or people clothing.