Wild Card is our Pet of the Week!

Hi, my name is Wild Card (ID #10397) and I’m in search of a new home. I've been patiently waiting for my new family for quite some time, since I had to work on getting healthy first. I am a handsome 10 year old gelding and I enjoy grazing and lying in the sun. I probably can't be ridden, but I will make a great friend! Please visit me and other adoptable pets at KHS.

The ASPCA Challenge: Rescue, Right Click, Rehome

Who would have thought a simple email or your Facebook account could save lives?

Perhaps we’re asking the wrong audience this. You after all are responsible for a revolution in the way animal welfare is practiced: bringing shelters into the digital age.

So, what have we accomplished?

Well, thanks to you KHS is one of the top shelters nationwide selected to participate in the ASPCA Challenge, sharing amazing company. This was thanks purely to the efforts of those online and using social media. Thank you!

It takes an Army to win the 2011 ASPCA Challenge...

...well in our case it takes a Navy!

Are you part of the USS Nimitz family?

The amazing sailors of the USS Nimitz have arrived time and again to finish large projects for the Kitsap Humane Society. Thanks to their efforts we are clean, organized, and properly equipped for the ASPCA Challenge.

So if you need something done, call in an aircraft carrier!

Our successes are thanks in no small part to the USS Nimitz, and with that we have very special adoption promotions ongoing.

How is the ASPCA Challenging Us Today?

The ASPCA is challenging U.S. shelters to improve operations and maximize lifesaving. Many routes exist for that lifesaving, most important of which is working together. Today the challenge is to maintain our energy and enthusiasm as participating shelters finish their first week. Many great things have been accomplished which makes it more important now than ever to push.

A Proactive Approach to Saving Lives

Each day at Kitsap Humane Society, in the early hours of the morning, the shelter is unlocked and the pets awake, excited for the new day and the hope of finding their forever homes. For some of them, the day holds a milestone not quite as exciting, but just as important - because today is the day they get spayed or neutered.

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