No Kill Shelters Save All Lives

No-Kill Policy

About Eastshore Humane Association

Eastshore Humane Association occupied a two-room basement in a large animal veterinary clinic for 15 years.  In the summer of 2000, a donor-advised grant from the Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region enabled ESHA to purchase 5.2 acres on the corner of M-B Lane and Park Street in the City of Chilton.  A bequest from Robert O. Hansen helped fund construction of a 4,500+ square foot animal shelter. Construction concluded in March 2001.

Eastshore Humane Association is a no-kill shelter. We are the only animal shelter that serves Calumet County.  We support operations through adoptions, fundraisers, contributions, grants, and bequests.  ESHA does not receive federal, state or county monies.  Shelter staff cares for hundreds of animals each year.  Our shelter animals are guaranteed every possible chance for a new lease on life in a loving, caring home.
Funky cat room