3839 West Burnham Street
West Milwaukee, WI 53215
414-649-8640

HOURS: 

Monday - Friday 
10:00AM to 8:00PM

Saturday and Sunday
10:00AM to 5:00PM

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Cat's Voice

Plight of Pet Overpopulation
Please Spay/Neuter Your Pet

 

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What's a pet to do?
We don't carry wallets!

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Adoptable Animals 

Public Listening Sessions

If you have a question for MADACC, please submit it to askmadacc@madacc.org. Stay tuned for upcoming listening session dates. View details of upcoming and past listening sessions.

View MADACC's current
Wish List.

Learn about Volunteer opportunities here!.

Spot Abuse 

Abusers who act violently toward animals often continue their violence against people. By dialing 911 to report animal abuse, you could save a life ... or two. Help the cause by sharing this with your family and friends. For more information, visit www.SpotAbuse.org


License Your Pet

MADACC now offers online pet licensing for municipalities in Milwaukee County.

Purchase a 2015 animal license online

List of local vets who also sell licenses onsite

Information on Milwaukee County Pet Licenses & Fee Schedule

Cat Problems?

If you are considering surrendering or rehoming your cat because of issues such as destructive scratching, eliminating outside of the litterbox, aggression toward people or other animals, or any other problem behavior please send a detailed email to Cat's Voice along with a phone number you can be reached at. One of our volunteers will get back to you within 24 hours to help you work with your kitty. Remember, just like dogs, cats can be successfully worked with to change problem behaviors and prevent them from being surrendered to a shelter.

Need 24 Hour Animal Emergency
Veterinary Care?

Lakeshore Veterinary Specialists 

Mayfair Animal Hospital
Mayfair Animal Hospital
 

 Services

Field & Rescue

Shelter & Care

Administrative

 Adoptions

Give a stray a second chance! Click here for a list of local animal welfare organizations who partner with MADACC to re-home local strays.

Adoption tips & helpful advice