Located in Lafayette County, WI, and founded in 2003, ENAH, Inc., is an all-volunteer,501(c)3 animal welfare organization dedicated to the spaying and neutering of cats and dogs in the Lafayette and Green Counties of Wisconsin. To date, through generous donations and grants, over 1,200 animals have been spayed or neutered for area residents. (Statistics).
EveryoneNeedsAHome received a Grant: EveryoneNeedsAHome announces that it has received a grant from the Monroe Fund, a component of the Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin, Inc. to support the ENAH Pet Food Pantry.
Information about ENAH’s Pet Food Pantry: It is located in Monroe, WI, and serves Green and Lafayette County residents. The pet pantry is open the 3rd Thursday of each month. The pet pantry serves approximately 80 families each month, and has over 240 individual families signed up for its services. The pantry distributes about 1,400 lbs of food each month, and has a phone number for emergencies outside normal hours of operation. It has been in operation since February 2011. We are always looking for sponsors and donors of both food and money. The need for this pet food pantry has grown far beyond what we initially thought, and we have twice had to reduce the amount of food allowed for each family. If you would like to sponsor or donate food or money, we’d love to hear from you! For more information, please read here: Pet Food Pantry
To read more about the Monroe Fund, the Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin and the wonderful things they are doing for our communities, please read here: The Monroe Fund
- Our 13th GCHS & ENAH Spay/Neuter Day was held on September 28th, 2012. Since October 2009, ENAH has been partnering with GCHS to hold large-scale spay/neuter days in Monroe, where 30 cats are altered in one day.
- ENAH has been running an ongoing spay/neuter project, apart from the large-scale spay/neuter day mentioned above, since 2003. If you live in either Lafayette or Green County, WI, and need financial assistance in spaying or neutering your cat(s), please send us an email.
Hear our song: “He Waits All Day For Freedom (Spike’s Song)” written by Peggy Miller Sheffer and performed by Peggy and Don Markese.
No donations to ENAH were used in producing this song; all costs were funded privately, and all profits will go directly towards our animal welfare projects. If you’d like to read the true story behind the song and other information, please click here. It is available for download at CDBaby.com: