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After 25 days, how we found our missing cat

Published Oct. 28, 2014

I really didn't have any hope left after 25 days. As we entered the fourth week without our sweet, kind, missing cat, Jabie, I was beginning to come to peace with the reality that I'd never see her again. Then, yesterday, less than four blocks from home, a woman called my wife and said she had cajoled a black cat into her basement. My wife bolted home from work and immediately recognized Jabie coming up the stairs. Just to be sure, she took her to the closest vet to scan her microchip. And it came back as a match from Elmbrook Humane Society.


Milwaukee Pets Alive keeps pets alive

Published Aug. 21, 2012

Lisa Grabowski believes that the morality of a community is defined by its treatment of helpless creatures. So when she learned that 6,500 animals are killed every year while in the custody of the Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control (MADACC), she felt that something had to be done about it.


Briggs: the dramatic story of a stolen dog returned home safely

Published June 7, 2012

On Thursday, May 17, Tricia O'Malley got a phone call from her husband, Josh, and he told her that their dog, a 2-year-old Boston terrier named Briggs, was no longer on the porch where he had just left him minutes earlier. Here's the entire story, and forgive the spoiler, but it has a very happy ending.


Bark Day set for Sept. 17

Published Sept. 14, 2011

Friends of MADACC and ROMP will host the 7th annual Washington Bark Day on Saturday, Sept. 17, in Washington Park, 1859 N. 40th St., from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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