The Humane Society of Burnett County, Inc.'s mission is to provide a safe haven for stray or unwanted animals, to foster the human-animal bond, to promote responsible pet ownership and to end pet overpopulation through spay/neuter.

Donations & Memberships

The Humane Society of Burnett County, Inc. helps hundreds of animals each year. Without your support, these animals wouldn't have a place to go.

HSBC accepts monetary donations, but there are several other ways to help out! Click to learn more.

Lost & Found

Losing a pet is scary and could happen to anyone.

If you've lost your pet, please check our Lost & Found page often, and be sure to reach out and let us know if we should be on the lookout.


Find your new, furry family member at the HSBC! We provide adoptions for both cats and dogs. All interested adopters should fill out our pre-application and submit for review.

Check out the Live Feed from the Community Cat Room on the Cat Adoption Page.


The Humane Society of Burnett County is always seeking volunteers to help us accomplish our mission.  There are quite a few volunteering opportunities available to fit your time and skill set. Orientation and training is provided at the shelter.

Click here to find out more information on current volunteering opportunities at the HSBC!

Featured Pets

Hi! My name is Louie!!

Hi - my name is Louie and I am a very sweet young lad wanting to find someone to love and a safe home. I weigh in at 36 pounds so not that big, can be a little shy at first but am told I am a friendly boy. Sending out good wishes and dreams for a forever home and a family of my own.

Hi! My name is Marion!

Marion is a gorgeous tortoiseshell shorthair who weighs in at a petite seven-pounds and is one-year-old. Marion came to HSBC as a young mother, and now that her kitten-rearing days are behind her, she would enjoy quiet time in a new household. This sweet girl loves people of all ages and is good with other cats. While she loves a good cuddle, Marion is also a big fan of chasing lights across the floor. She would enjoy meeting you!




Here are some things we always need:

  • Laundry detergent
  • Bleach
  • Bleach wipes
  • Creamy Peanut Butter
  • Milk Bone Dog Biscuits
  • Paper Towels

Take a look at our Dream to Reality Campaign Video ...

News from the Happy Tails Blog


March 19, 2019

Princess Zelda on her throne.  Kept the name  Zelda, she likes it, and is doing very well.  In early evening, her alias is wild child.  At vet visit she weighed in at 26 lbs , at about 11.5 weeks.  She is taking after the lab, and up to almost 6 cups food/day.


March 18, 2019

Odin is now renamed Baloo. We decided on this name because he reminds us of the gray bear on the original cartoon version of Disney’s Jungle Book. He’s gentle, playful, and affectionate. And his favorite sleep position is stretched out on his back! He’s a great addition to our family.


March 17, 2019

Hank’s high intelligence is almost matched by his independence. Luckily he is easily motivated by food, so he is a quick learner. He seems quite young so he plays intensely and then sleeps soundly. He especially likes to nap in the sunlight and sleep evenings in our laps. He doesn’t respond well to his name, Hank. Then we noticed he readily responds when he was called buddy. He likes to run and chase outside but gets cold quickly. A coat was made. It is thinsulate sandwiched between green corduroy and sherpa pile. He likes it very much and stands quietly...


March 17, 2019

We adopted Tripp! We kept his name. We think he is a trip! Ha ha. He is such a character! He’s loving, curious and so funny. He is a wonderful boy! He gets along great with his brother Marc (on the top of the cat climber). They are about the same age and inseparable. They play, wrestle and sleep together always! He is learning to get along with his big sister Jerri, (in the eating picture Jerri is on the left, Tripp is in the middle and Marc is on the right). Jerri is old and doesn’t like to play so much...


February 27, 2019

Daisy is doing great! She’s really settled in with our other dogs. She is learning how to behave around our cats as she seemed to have no previous exposure to cats. She still thinks of herself as a lapdog, but is learning to stay off furniture and other new commands. She definitely LOVES the snow which we have plenty of this winter. She is such a sweet girl!

About Us

The Humane Society of Burnett County, Inc.'s mission is to provide a safe haven for stray or unwanted animals, to foster the human-animal bond, to promote responsible pet ownership and to end pet overpopulation through spay/neuter.

Address: 7347 Midtown Rd,  Siren WI

Phone: 1-715-866-4096


License #  267335-DS

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Open Tuesday thru Friday 12pm-5pm Saturday 11am-3pm

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