WAGNER TAILS: Felicia and Sullivan

Published: Oct. 5, 2022 at 10:56 PM CDT
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CHIPPEWA AND BUFFALO COUNTIES, Wis. (WEAU) - After being surrendered to the Chippewa Humane Association one year ago this month, Felicia is still waiting to find a new home.

This eight-year-old is the current office cat at CHA, and staff members think she would do best in a home with another calm cat, or as the only pet.

Felicia does well with children, and she enjoys a special food to help prevent bladder stones. Described as a sweet girl who loves to get attention... Felicia is hoping to find a home that includes head rubs. Click HERE for adoption information and the adoption application.


Sullivan is embracing Spooky Season. He’s been haunting the hallways at the Buffalo County Humane Association.

He arrived at BCHA two weeks ago as a stray. Sullivan tested positive for feline leukemia virus, which means he will need to be the only cat in a home or live with other cats with the disease.

Cats can live for many years without showing symptoms of the virus. This two-year-old loves belly scratches and looking out the window to see what’s going on. Click HERE for the adoption application.