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Pre-order your 2014 KHS Calendar!

Pre-order your 2014 KHS Calendar before Nov. 15 and pay no shipping! Our 2014 calendar will feature six of our own shelter pets along with the pets of the six winning bidders at our recent Animal Krackers event. Calendars are $15 each.

Stop in and meet J.J. today!

Hi, my name is J.J. (Intake #29575) and I’m a sweet gal looking for a new owner to shower me with love! I’m 10 years young and have plenty of wonderful years left to share with that special someone. Look how cute I am! Can you believe I’ve been waiting for my forever home since June? My striking yellow eyes offset the unique markings of my beautiful coat. I love affection and would really like to show you how loving I can be. Do you have room in your heart for a wonderful senior like me? You can meet me and other adoptable animals at the Kitsap Humane Society, open six days a week.

Check out our kitten special!

For a limited time only, Kitsap Humane Society is offering a fantastic adoption special on kittens!

Adopt one kitten for only $100 (a $50 savings) and two kittens for only $150 (a $150 savings)! You don't want to miss out on this special! It won't last forever. KHS opens at noon six days a week (closed Tuesdays).

 

Busting Adoption Special Myths

This time of the year is a rush at Kitsap Humane Society. It’s still a very busy time for the shelter thanks to the flood of felines we typically take in this time of year.

During the months of June through September this year, we provided shelter and care for more than 900 homeless cats and kittens! This number surpassed the amount of felines we took in over the first five months of the year. As summer rolls into fall, this year our numbers are still topping the charts.

Adopt Annie, the last of the hoarding case cats!

Hello, world! My name is Annie, and I don't mean to brag, but I'm a smart cookie and a VERY brave girl! You see, I spent the first two years of my life in a tiny trailer with 96 of my siblings and relatives and some people, too. It was very difficult for me when I lived there, and I didn't get to learn that I was lovable, how to be loved or that there could be enough food and attention for me in that place. Then, one glorious day, the nice people at KHS came to rescue me and all of the other kitties! They took us to a place they called "the shelter", and it was a BIG change for me.

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