CHIPPEWA & CLARK COUNTIES, Wis. (WEAU) -- Kiley came to the Clark County Humane Society after being rescued from a puppy mill.
She is a seven-year old dachshund and is a very special girl, and we're hoping the right person is out there who accepts her just the way she is.
Kiley came to the CCHS with some medical issues, including terrible teeth. She had to have 18 of them pulled!
Kiley has a little "tilt" to her head which comes from a chronic case of ear infection that was never treated.
It's being treated now, but her head position might be her new normal.
She's also partially deaf and blind.
Despite all of her health issues, Kiley is 11 pounds of love!
She will need to find just the right family with lots of patience and love to share.
To find out more about Kiley, click here.
Kittens, kittens, and did I say kittens?
There are about 25 kittens in the cat colony room at the Chippewa Humane Association right now.
They range in age from eight weeks to 16 weeks old.
Chippewa Humane staff say all of them are loving, playful kittens.
In total about 50 kittens are at the shelter waiting to be adopted and more kittens are in foster care.
Through the end of August... adoption fees are half off!
-Unaltered $35 + refundable spay/neuter deposit once proof is shown the kitten was altered that deposit is refunded
-Spayed and Neutered Cats are $50
-Cats over 5 years old are $20
For an adoption application, click here.