Fox Valley Humane Assn

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  • N11 Two Mile Rd

    Appleton, WI 54914

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  • 920-733-1717

About Fox Valley Humane Assn

Hours
Mon 12pm-5pm, Thu-Fri 12pm-5pm, Tue 12pm-7pm, Sat 9am-4pm

Pets & Animals

Pets & Animals
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"Humane" is not exactly how I would describe this place. In 27 years, this place hasn't decreased its killing one bit. That's because these idiots think that they are doing these poor unsuspecting animals a favor by killing them. These clowns have actually convinced themselves that all the killing they do is a good thing. Don't believe me? Sound a little nuts? Here's one from personal experience. Approximately 10 years ago, 2 dogs were taken to the Fox Valley Humane Society by the dog catchers in Oconto County. Their names were George and Judy Fuller. The 2 dogs belonged to a man named Dean Greetan. Debbie Lewis, the shelter manager, knew that the dogs belonged to this man but didn't like him and, instead of returning the dogs, killed both dogs. She knew those dogs had a home. She knew this man was looking for his dogs but she hid the dogs from him and killed both dogs. Laura Shinkan, the president of Fox Valley, knew all about the Lewis stunt. In fact, I forced Shinkan to produce the records when Lewis kept telling me that the two dogs were in a home having "couch time." Shinkan and Lewis were so scared that I was going to the press and the police that they coughed up the records of the two dogs. The records proved that Lewis killed the 2 Greetan dogs. This is standard for these fools. They tell people that the animals have been adopted when they are actually dead. The problem with this place is that the idiots, who run it, think that being dead in a dumpster is equal to being in a home laying on a couch. That's why they cant seem to get their kill rate down.

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"Humane" is not exactly how I would describe this place. In 27 years, this place hasn't decreased its killing one bit. That's because these idiots think that they are doing these poor unsuspecting animals a favor by killing them. These clowns have actually convinced themselves that all the killing they do is a good thing. Don't believe me? Sound a little nuts? Here's one from personal experience. Approximately 10 years ago, 2 dogs were taken to the Fox Valley Humane Society by the dog catchers in Oconto County. Their names were George and Judy Fuller. The 2 dogs belonged to a man named Dean Greetan. Debbie Lewis, the shelter manager, knew that the dogs belonged to this man but didn't like him and, instead of returning the dogs, killed both dogs. She knew those dogs had a home. She knew this man was looking for his dogs but she hid the dogs from him and killed both dogs. Laura Shinkan, the president of Fox Valley, knew all about the Lewis stunt. In fact, I forced Shinkan to produce the records when Lewis kept telling me that the two dogs were in a home having "couch time." Shinkan and Lewis were so scared that I was going to the press and the police that they coughed up the records of the two dogs. The records proved that Lewis killed the 2 Greetan dogs. This is standard for these fools. They tell people that the animals have been adopted when they are actually dead. The problem with this place is that the idiots, who run it, think that being dead in a dumpster is equal to being in a home laying on a couch. That's why they cant seem to get their kill rate down.

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