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Jack is waiting to meet you!

Hi, my name is Jack (Intake #28153), and I’m looking for a new family to love and care for me. My previous owner moved and didn’t take me with them. I need to be the only pet in the home, but I’m said to be great with children of all ages. I will make a wonderful companion! I enjoy leisurely walks, playing with stuffed animals and I know several commands. I’m housebroken too! I’m friendly, but I can be a little shy around strangers. I’m looking for a compassionate owner who can give me my daily seizure medication. Will you be my one and only?

Adopt Bompsa, our longest feline resident!

Hi, my name is Bompsa (Intake #26033), and I’m a sweet senior gal who is just looking for a second chance at love. I’m the shelter’s longest feline resident! I’ve been here since January! I’m a little shy, but I will make a perfect lap warmer. I was brought to the shelter because I had a difficult time warming up to the new baby in the house. I like to play with boxes, string and paper bags. I need a quiet home where I can be the only cat in a special person’s life. Will you give me the love I have been waiting for?

Dollar is our Pet of the Week!

Hi, my name is Dollar (Intake #28512), and you’ll feel rich with love if you choose me. I’m a senior guy looking for a new lap to keep warm. I was picked up as a stray in Poulsbo. I know, crazy huh? I too can’t believe someone would let my sweet self wander! I have lots of love to share and will make a great couch companion for that lucky someone. I like going for leisurely walks and hiding under blankets. I love to burrow under pillows and blankets, peeking out to keep an eye on you. It’s just so much fun! Do you think we can be the best of friends?

Zelda is looking for love

Hi, my name is Zelda (Intake #27410), I’ve been waiting for my forever home since mid-March and I’m ready to find love. I’m a beautiful Tortoiseshell and I will seek your attention, but I do have some “Tortitude.” Because I can occasionally get over-stimulated I need a home without small children because they may not recognize when I've had a little too much love. I'm quite the talker too and love to converse with you! It can take me a little time to warm up to new environments, but once I do I’m a very loyal companion.

Canine behavior classes at KHS

Sign up for a canine behavior class at Kitsap Humane Society! Kitsap Animal Rescue & Education hosts classes throughout the month in the Training Center at Kitsap Humane Society, located at 9167 Dickey Road NW in Silverdale.

CLICK HERE FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF CLASSES

To register for a class, e-mail Dianne Canafax at dcanafax@wavecable.com or call (360) 434-3731.

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