Do you need Joy in your life?

Hi! My name is Joy (Intake #42278) and I’m a beautiful Russian Blue mix kitty. I enjoy petting and when you talk to me in a soft voice. I’m a shy, gentle soul who prefers a quiet environment. For this reason, it’s best I go to a home with no children. I’m a mature girl who’s looking for a new future. Can you give me a loving home where I can learn to trust again? Stop by the shelter and see if we are the perfect match. You can meet me and other adoptable animals at the Kitsap Humane Society, open six days a week.

"Like" Clifton Hollow on Facebook and Help KHS

Once again, Kitsap Humane Society is participating in Fans 4 Food - a partnership with Clifton Hollow Animal Hospital in Poulsbo. From now until February 16, Clifton Hollow Animal Hospital will donate one can of food to KHS for every "Like" they receive on their Facebook page. You can help them support our animals with just a simple click of your mouse. Click here to visit their Facebook page.


2015 KHS Calendar JUST REDUCED to $10!

It's not too late to order your Kitsap Humane Society 2015 Calendar. The price has just been reduced to only $10. All proceeds benefit the animals of KHS. Calendars can be shipped directly to you or picked up at KHS.

Click here to order yours today!

Ozzie has been waiting for you since October

Hi! My name is Ozzie (Intake #40955) and, boy, am I a sweetheart. I’m a mature, gentle soul looking for a quiet home where I can receive lots of love. I’m timid around people I don’t know, but once I warm up to you, all you have to do is call my name and I’ll come looking for affection. I was picked up in the cold and rain in Port Orchard in October and I’ve been waiting for my new home ever since. I need a home without small children as I am easily scared. But if you are looking for a sweet companion, I’m your man. I’m currently hanging out in a staff member’s office.

Trapping Feral Cats: You Have To Catch Them To Help Them

You have a couple of “visitor” cats coming into your yard occasionally – perhaps you provide some food for them, or they have decided to take shelter under your front porch. They don’t seem to belong to anyone, and they are sort of fun to watch. Then a few more show up, and you notice territorial fighting, spraying, and yowling – the behavior of un-fixed tomcats around a female in heat. Soon, you have a pregnant mama cat (or two!) preparing to birth a litter of kittens out in the elements.

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