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Employment History

Shelter Manager

Ozaukee Humane Society


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www.ozaukeehumane.org

Kim SchultzShelter Manager


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Contact: Kim Schultz, Ozaukee Humane Society, kschultz@ozaukeehumane.org or
262-546-5703


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Board member, Laurie Yingling, pictured above and OHS Shelter Manager Kim Schultz, delivered 18 animal oxygen masks to the Ozaukee County fire chiefs during their monthly meeting on Tuesday, April 10.


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"It's an absolute miracle that this cat survived," OHS Shelter Manager Kim Schultz said, "There is no doubt in my mind that Verlo would have died if Jay hadn't found him in time."
Photo/Interview Opportunity: Verlo is available for photos, and Kim Schultz with the Ozaukee Humane Society is available for interviews at OHS on Wednesday, February 14 and Thursday, February 15.


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"You hear about pets perishing in house fires all the time," said Kim Schultz, shelter manager at the Ozaukee Humane Society.Based on the Wisconsin Humane Society's recent fund-raising campaign, Schultz has reason to be optimistic.


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