Pet Adoption Campaign Features Local Personalities

Milwaukee Animal Alliance’s “Adopt Local” campaign features some familiar (human) faces and at least one celebrity cat. So many, in fact, that local celebs-hugging-animals could be Milwaukee’s very own charitable meme. Sheriff David Clarke, Alderman Bob Donovan, Midwest Roller Derby Collective skaters Bonesy and Dollface, and quite a few more, round out the humans paired with some adorable four-legged models, all of which have been adopted. The campaign is intended to support local shelters and rescues that make a practice of keeping Wisconsin-found animals in the state, and to encourage local animal adoption. Be sure to take a close look…

Milwaukee Animal Alliance’s “Adopt Local” campaign features some familiar (human) faces and at least one celebrity cat. So many, in fact, that local celebs-hugging-animals could be Milwaukee’s very own charitable meme. Sheriff David Clarke, Alderman Bob Donovan, Midwest Roller Derby Collective skaters Bonesy and Dollface, and quite a few more, round out the humans paired with some adorable four-legged models, all of which have been adopted. The campaign is intended to support local shelters and rescues that make a practice of keeping Wisconsin-found animals in the state, and to encourage local animal adoption.

Be sure to take a close look at the poster with the derby skaters. You’ll notice a tough-looking orange tabby named Daniel, who has an impressive 26 toes.




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Claire Hanan worked at the magazine as an editor from 2012-2017. She edited the Culture section and wrote stories about all sorts of topics, including the arts, fashion, politics and more. In 2016, she was a finalist for best profile writing at the City and Regional Magazine Awards for her story "In A Flash." In 2014, she won the the Milwaukee Press gold award for best public service story for editing "Handle With Care," a service package about aging in Milwaukee. Before all this, she attended the University of Missouri's School of Journalism and New York University's Summer Publishing Institute.

Pet Adoption Campaign Features Local Personalities

Milwaukee Animal Alliance’s “Adopt Local” campaign features some familiar (human) faces and at least one celebrity cat. So many, in fact, that local celebs-hugging-animals could be Milwaukee’s very own charitable meme. Sheriff David Clarke, Alderman Bob Donovan, Midwest Roller Derby Collective skaters Bonesy and Dollface, and quite a few more, round out the humans paired with some adorable four-legged models, all of which have been adopted. The campaign is intended to support local shelters and rescues that make a practice of keeping Wisconsin-found animals in the state, and to encourage local animal adoption. Be sure to take a close look…

Milwaukee Animal Alliance’s “Adopt Local” campaign features some familiar (human) faces and at least one celebrity cat. So many, in fact, that local celebs-hugging-animals could be Milwaukee’s very own charitable meme. Sheriff David Clarke, Alderman Bob Donovan, Midwest Roller Derby Collective skaters Bonesy and Dollface, and quite a few more, round out the humans paired with some adorable four-legged models, all of which have been adopted. The campaign is intended to support local shelters and rescues that make a practice of keeping Wisconsin-found animals in the state, and to encourage local animal adoption.

Be sure to take a close look at the poster with the derby skaters. You’ll notice a tough-looking orange tabby named Daniel, who has an impressive 26 toes.




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Claire Hanan worked at the magazine as an editor from 2012-2017. She edited the Culture section and wrote stories about all sorts of topics, including the arts, fashion, politics and more. In 2016, she was a finalist for best profile writing at the City and Regional Magazine Awards for her story "In A Flash." In 2014, she won the the Milwaukee Press gold award for best public service story for editing "Handle With Care," a service package about aging in Milwaukee. Before all this, she attended the University of Missouri's School of Journalism and New York University's Summer Publishing Institute.