Check out Chito!

Hi! My name is Chito (Intake # 35846) and I’m a young guy looking for new digs! I traveled all the way from a high-kill shelter in California to find my forever home here in Kitsap County. I’m very quiet, well-behaved and loving. I enjoy going for walks and exploring the trails around the shelter, but I’d love to go on walks with you. I have a ton of amazing qualities, plus good looks to boot! My legs seem a little long for my body and I have a tiny nose - all the better to snuggle you with. Summer is just around the corner and I’d love to spend the sunny days together.

Coco is waiting for you!

Hi! My name is Coco (Intake # 34641) and I’d like to tell you a little about myself. I am a beautiful brown tabby with a white chest, tummy and toes. I also have lovely long white whiskers. I am a gorgeous girl! Because I tend to be a very shy girl I hide behind my litter box in the cattery. But call my name and I will come out to meet you. If you are patient and gentle I will come out and see you - and I am worth the wait! It takes me awhile to warm up to strangers, but once I get to know you I like it when you pet me and love me.

Tony wants to be your pal

Hi! My name is Tony (Intake # 35611) and I’m a real nice guy. I enjoy going for walks and would make a delightful walking partner. I would be happiest in a quiet home. New people coming and going sometimes scares me and I can be afraid of some dogs, but not all. However, if you comfort me, I’m fine. Actually, comfort is my favorite word. I love a warm blanket and plushy little toys. The staff and volunteers at the shelter say I’m a pretty swell guy. Do I sound like your perfect best friend? You can meet me and other adoptable animals at the Kitsap Humane Society, open six days a week.

This beauty would love to meet you!

Hi! I’m gorgeous Smokey (Intake # 36057) and I’m looking for a new home to provide me with lots of love! In return, I’ll provide you with hours of purring and affection. I’m an 8-year-old longhaired girl with a super soft, fluffy coat and wispy ears. I’m declawed which means I need to go to an indoor-only home. I was surrendered to the shelter because my owner had to move to a no-pets-allowed apartment, but reported that I’m a wonderful cat with lots of love to give. I’m a little scared in the shelter environment so I’m currently hanging out in a staff member’s office.

Stop in and meet Taylor!

Hi, my name is Taylor (Intake #32815) and I’m looking for a new place to call home. I originally arrived from California, was adopted for a short time, but returned because I was afraid of the wheelchair used by the roommate in my previous home. I know several commands and I’m good on a leash. I love going for walks, so you if you need a tried and true walking companion, I’m your man. I had the run of the house when previously left alone. I will run to you and then to the door to let you know I have to go outside. I’m described as active and friendly.

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