By March 31st of each year, all dog owners must register their animal with the Village of Bellevue. Dog licenses require proof the animal has been given its rabies shot.
Feral Cat Trap, Neuter & Return (TNR) Program
The Village of Bellevue has created a feral cat trap, neuter, and return (TNR) program in conjunction with Cats Anonymous. The TNR program is a humane way to control the feral cat population. In this program, cats are humanely trapped, spayed/neutered, given a rabies shot and returned to their original location under the care of an individual called a caretaker. Feral cats that have been spayed or neutered have a cropped ear like the cat pictured at left.
If you are caring for a feral/semi-feral, outdoor or barn cat and would like to participate in the TNR program, please contact the Animal Control/Humane Officer, Monica Hoff at the phone number listed below. The veterinarians at Cats Anonymous are volunteer veterinarians. To assist in covering the cost of medicine and anesthetics, Cats Anonymous suggests, but does not require, a $50 donation for cats participating in the TNR program.
Monica Hoff is the Village's Animal Control/Humane Officer. She can be contacted by calling (920) 819-6709.
If you notice a stray or wild animal that is out of control and causing harm to persons or property, please contact Ms. Monica Hoff immediately. If she is unavailable, contact the Brown County Sheriff department at (920) 391-7450.