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Feral or Stray?

You notice a cat roaming your neighborhood, and you don't recognize him as a neighbor's pet. What should you do? That depends on whether he is a feral cat or a stray pet. Feral cats should be treated differently than strays, for both your safety and the cats’ well-being.

Port Orchard Feral Cats: How You Can Help

We've all seen them -- free-roaming cats, outdoors, in all kinds of weather. Sometimes they are solitary strays, but often they gather together in feral cat colonies, taking advantage of food sources such as dumpsters. In Port Orchard feral cat numbers are growing: There may be as many as 2,200 un-owned outdoor cats within the 98366 zip code area alone! To combat this growing problem, Kitsap Humane Society now has a free spay/neuter program to help humanely reduce the number of feral cats in Port Orchard, while improving the health and quality of life of those remaining.

Velvet has been waiting for you for 6 months!

Hi! My name is Velvet (Intake # 35324) and I have a beautiful black coat and bright yellow eyes. My coat is so soft and velvety! The volunteers love petting it. I’ve been waiting for almost six months for someone to pick me! I was first adopted in February, but returned in June because my family was moving out of the country. I’m currently roaming in the kitty lounge at the shelter, but I sure would like a home of my own. I like people and I’m friendly and love to have visitors. I get along with other kitties too.

Sadie wants to be home for the holidays

Hi! My name is Sadie (Intake # 21995) and I’m looking for a true forever home! I’m a beautiful, smart, loving black Labrador Retriever mix. I’ve already been through a lot in my short life and now I need a loving human who will commit to love me. I’ve ended up back at Kitsap Humane Society a few times because my previous owners were unable to keep me and my sister safely contained. I was then adopted, but returned because I didn’t get along with other dogs at the park or those who came over for visits.

Looking for a kitty full of sugar and spice?

Hi! My name is Avocado (Intake # 39991) and I was found wandering the streets of Poulsbo. I’m sure glad I was rescued by the Kitsap Humane Society, but now I’m hoping to find my forever home. I have unique Calico markings with one brown front leg and one black front leg. My chin also has split coloring. I even have a cute short tail with kinks in it. I enjoy ear rubs and chin rubs, but I’ll let you know when I’ve had enough by giving you love bites. For this reason, it is probably best that my sassy self be adopted by a family without young children.

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