An area leader in animal care, welfare, and education in the Fox River Valley community since 1891

Kitten Season is Here!

Helping Community Cats

TNR

How We Help

The Fox Valley Humane Association is a full-service, state-of-the-art animal shelter and resource center, serving thousands of people and their pets each year. FVHA works 24/7 to see that no animal need in the Fox Valley goes unmet.

FVHA is a locally-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization focused on saving lives and offers a variety of services programs, and events to the community in addition to a safe haven for companion animals.

Adoptable Pets

Are you ready to welcome a new member into you family? FVHA is here to help you find the perfect animal companion to fill your heart and home with love!

We are an open adoptions facility. Appointments are on a walk-in basis and do not need to be set up ahead of time.

View Our Adoptable Pets

News

Events

Vaccination Clinic

September 28 @ 2:00 pm - September 28 @ 4:00 pm
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Vaccination Clinic

September 21 @ 2:00 pm - September 21 @ 4:00 pm
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Vaccination Clinic

September 14 @ 2:00 pm - September 14 @ 4:00 pm
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Vaccination Clinic

September 10 @ 9:00 am - September 10 @ 1:00 pm
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Vaccination Clinic

September 7 @ 10:00 am - September 7 @ 3:00 pm
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Daltonpalooza!

August 27
Dalton Carpet Outlet presents: Daltonpalooza! When: August 27, 2022 from 10AM – 3PM Where: Sunset
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Our Hours & Location

Hours of Operation:

Sunday & Monday: CLOSED
Tuesday: 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Thursday: 1:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Friday: 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Contact Us
N115 Two Mile Road Appleton, WI 54914
(920) 733-1717

We Love Happy Tails!

Success stories of past adoptions through FVHA. See what others have to say about their experience.

YASHA

This has been an update long over due but I wanted to let you guys know on how Yasha has been doing. During the two and a half month period  I was in the apartments, Yasha has been getting so comfortable with not only me but with my roommates. She has really become a very cuddly cat who loves sleeping with me most nights and enjoying naps rested up against me. She has become used to more people and has allowed them to even touch her on nearly first meetings. She is very playful and very adventurous at times. Now
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VINNY (LEONARD)

Hi everyone at FVHS— I am so happy to let you know that I love my new family. The picture of me in the backyard is my very 1st night home. Mom & Dad were so surprised when they saw me standing up. Little did they know that I do this all the time. Yah I have lots of tricks up my paws. The pictures below are after my 1st grooming. I went to the same groomer Michelle that Mom & Dad had for their last fur baby Allie. She loved me! But who wouldn’t? I am quite the charmer
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SWEET MAGGIE

Hello! I wanted to thank you again for getting in touch and making everything happen so quickly with Maggie, and I wanted to let you know how she’s settling in! First off, we decided to change her name to Jade. She wasn’t very responsive to us calling her Maggie anyway, and we often use nature-type names for our pets. The name “Jade” seemed to fit so nicely, and she’s taken to it and seems to be beginning to respond slightly to it already. Jade is definitely EVERYTHING we were looking for in a dog. She’s often my little shadow around
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ZOE

I’m always telling her Daddy loves her. I probably say that 50 times a day to her!  When she sits next to me I put my arm around her and squeeze her she loves that.  When it’s hot outside I try to keep the apartment as cool as possible for her.  We are good match for each other – she doesn’t meow she squeaks. I haven’t heard her meow yet.  Thank you again for bringing us together!
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ARIEL, FORMERLY SAV BLANC

Ariel, formerly Sav Blanc is doing great! She is truly a little blessing from God. She is so sweet, loving, silly, and playful. My three-year-old kitty, Elijah, and her started bonding already. I had them separated (Ariel in the bedroom and Elijah the rest of the apartment) and went to give her some fresh water and more food last week Thursday night, she snuck past me, and went straight to Elijah. They smelled each other, nose to nose, and that was it. Elijah looked to be happy, curious, and a little crabby at the same time right after. Happy to
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MORT

Mort is doing very well. He has blended in with all my grand dogs and loves my grand children. He’s good to all of the children from the ages 3 to 10. He loves the attention that he has been given my one granddaughter, Megan, when she walks in the house. I am chopped liver as he runs to her and adores her. He did very well after all of his surgeries. He is such a gift to this family I think God every day for sending me Mort. I lost my Molly which was my best friend. She was
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TANK

Tank has adjusted very well! He loves car rides, and going outside when he’s not napping. He loves playing with toys, and loves any kind of peanut butter treats. He’s the sweetest, and cutest 🙂 He has a little separation anxiety and can be reactive in some situations but is a good listener, and the sweetest boy ever. He also responds to being called “bubba,” which is a nickname he’s inhabited. Tank is a wonderful dog, and a perfect fit for us. Thank you so much for everything!
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RAMEN

HI everyone.  My name is Ramen.  I was finally adopted July 2nd after spending 3 long months at Fox Valley Humane Society..  Don’t get me wrong, I was treated with utmost respect and very well taken care of.  I just didn’t like being in a cage 24/7.  The day I was adopted I knew something was up because my caregivers came and got me and put me in a special room to be viewed by potential adoptees.  I was very excited!!  Lo and behold, in walked  an 80 year old lady and her Daughter.  They didn’t even look at other cats……just me!! 
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