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2013 Calendar of Events
A Canine Christmas
Come and meet your forever canine friend and fall in love at A Canine Christmas Extravaganza Adoption Event, hosted by Pawsitive Alliance! Kitsap Humane Society will be at Paws-Abilities Total Dog Center in Fife on December 8, between 12-3 p.m.! For more information, click here.
Cat Fix Day
Cat Fix Days are the second and last Tuesday of every month.
Kitsap Humane Society is hosting a Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Day for felines of low-income residents. Limited to first 50 walk-ins!
* Feline spay is $50 and feline neuter is $30.
* Walk-ins only, no appointment needed.
* You must drop off your cat at KHS between 7-9 a.m. on Cat Fix Day (enter through Admissions door on the right side of the building).
* Don't feed your cat anything after midnight the night before. Water is OK.
* Bring completed spay/neuter application with you. You must qualify as low-income status
(listed in application).
* Cash preferred (exact cash is appreciated). Payment is due at time of drop-off.
* All cats must be brought in a hard-sided crate. One cat per crate.
Info: (360) 692-6977, ext. 1135
KHS hosts a low-cost microchip clinic the third Tuesday of every month!
All low-cost microchip clinics are from 3–4 p.m. Please enter through the admissions door located on the right side (if facing building). Cost per microchip is $30.
Cash only please. Microchips are about the size of a grain of rice and contain information that can be accessed by an animal shelter or vet to find the owner of a lost pet. A microchip isn’t meant to take the place of a collar and a nametag—both signify right away that the pet has a home—but if the nametag gets lost, then what? The process of microchipping takes just few seconds and is similar to giving your pet a routine vaccination. Most microchips last the pet’s lifetime, and boy will the microchip be worth it if your pet ever gets lost. It also allows shelters and vets to reunite you with your pet sooner, thereby spending less time in a shelter.
**Note: We are not limiting participants in our microchip clinic, so please be prepared to wait in line if there is high demand. Also, all animals must be kept on a leash or in a carrier, and there is limited space to wait indoors, so be prepared for the possibility of waiting outside if the line is long.