Re-homing Program

We are pleased to offer this resource to support Waukesha County residents in need of re-homing their pet.  Animals listed on this page are not Elmbrook Humane Society (EBHS) animals, nor are they up for adoption through EBHS.  EBHS has not assessed, evaluated, or handled these animals. These animals are being re-homed by members of the community.

If you would like to learn more about this program, please visit our Surrendering Your Pet page by clicking here.

Pets Looking to be re-homed:

Brother and sister cat duo looking for there forever home. Both cats are wonderful pets to have!! Leo loves kitty cuddles and lots of face rubs. He also loves to greet you coming home with many meows (feed meee). He’s gotten the nickname of vacuCat due to his abundant love of all food! He’s a very affectionate kitty who loves sleeping next to you or on your lap while watching tv and at night in bed. Darla, sister Diva, loves greeting you at the door and being pet on the face. She loves being held and shows off her “pretty kitty” by rolling around on the floor, table or top of fridge. She loves to play especially under covers. Darla is a very funny kitty trying to fit into your purse or grocery bag is her life long goal. She loves playing in boxes, bags, and laundry hampers. Her fur is very soft and needs to be combed daily/every other day. Both kitties use the same litter box no problem. They are both spayed/neutered and declawed in the fronts. They both allow being bathed. They see the vet every year and are up to date with vaccinations. Darla and Leo are wonderful pets, and I hope they make you happy as they have made me!  Please contact Leah at 913-904-2674 or for more information.


Mellow, cuddly lap cat with a ridiculously soft coat looking for a home. Iggy is a healthy, fifteen-year-old cat who spends most of his time sleeping on comfy furniture and laps, looking out windows, and eating wet food. He likes to greet people at the door and has a social, friendly demeanor. While he tolerates small children and is not at all aggressive toward them, he would do best in house with older children or no children at all. Regarding other furbabies in the house, he is terrified of dogs, but co-exists well with other cats. He hasn’t been around other kinds of pets, but I am inclined to think that he will not disturb caged animals like birds, fish, and guinea pigs. Iggy’s diet consists of a can of wet food/day and lots of water. He has no interest in treats or human food; Iggy usually sits peacefully next to us while we eat our meals. Also, he will not disturb plants or flowers in your house. While Iggy has claws, he does not scratch furniture. My husband and I team up to trim his nails once a month, and he is cooperative when we do this. Iggy loves his scratching post and uses it regularly. He is updated on all vaccines and vet check ups and microchipped as well. We will happily coordinate a home trial if anyone would feel more comfortable testing the waters first. Also, we will supply his new caregiver with the remainder of Iggy’s food as well as his pet fountain, toys, litter, litterboxes, scratching post, pet bed, and pet carrier. Iggy has given our family lots of warmth and affection during our time together and we hope he can do the same for you. Please contact Molly at 262-347-1885 or for more information.