Director in Charge of Most Everything Else.
Supervisor in Charge of Animal Security
- paid in food and snuggles
Animal Shelter and Rescue
Making a difference one life at a time.
. Dedicated to the rescue of small companion animals. Every life, regardless of how small, matters and deserves a second chance at a happy life.
Animals sometimes need the special care that can only be provided in a temporary home. Please consider being a foster home and taking one of our pregnant Moms or litters of babies into your home as they get ready for adoption.
154 Satterlee St . Fond du Lac, WI 54935.
Stop in and meet the rescue pets
Mon and Fri noon to 6:00 p.m.
Tue 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Wed, Thur and Sat 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
We know you will fall in love, and make them a member of your family.
** 154 Satterlee St, **Fond du Lac, WI ** 54935
Lead in Charge of Customer Greetings and all thing Shenanigans.
Aka: "Gizzy, what did you do?"
Most Needed Wish List:
Clumping or Non-Clumping Cat Litter
Purina Cat and Kitten Chow
CareFresh or other Small Animal Bedding
Small animal pellet food and seed food
Gift cards; Fleet Farm, Menards, Festival Foods, Walmart and PicknSave
Note: we do accept open packages
154 Satterlee St
Fond du Lac, WI 54935
Mon, Tue, and Fri:
noon to 6:00 p.m.
Wed and Thur:
10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
noon to 3:00 p.m.
Sunday - Closed
We would love to have you volunteer. Volunteers, as young as 12 years of age, come in every day to help feed, water, socialize, clean and spend much need time with the pets. Volunteer for 15 hours, and earn a Critter Junction Volunteer t-shirt.
Critter Junction Pet Rescue
501c3 Charitable Non-profit Rescue
We pull animals at risk of euthanasia from shelters across Wisconsin, as well as those left on our doorstep and surrendered by owners who can no longer provide care. The animals we pull; Cats, Kittens, Dogs, Puppies Gerbils, Hamsters, Guinea Pigs, Rabbits, Birds and various exotics such as lizards and snakes and many more. We take the ones who do not fit the status quo of shelter work and are a financial drain on shelters with limited resources and knowledge in regards to dietary needs, adequate housing and proper care. These animals are at a higher risk for euthanasia and death. We are, often times, their only and last hope..
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