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Penny is our Pet of the Week!

Hi, my name is Penny (Intake #27987) and I’m a sweetheart! I love attention so much. Back rubs are the ultimate! I’ll roll right over for you and purr up a storm. I also love being brushed and will give your hand sweet head butts while you brush me and make me even more beautiful. I need a home with no dogs and would do best in a home with no small children. Come visit me today and see if we can be the best of friends! You can meet me and other adoptable animals at the Kitsap Humane Society, open six days a week.

Looking for a kitten? NOW'S the TIME!

For a limited time only, adopt one kitten for only $100 (a $50 savings) and two kittens for only $150 (a $150 savings)!

Meet Callow!

Hi, my name is Callow (Intake #29518) and if you’re looking for a purr baby, I’m the right cat for you! I am constantly purring because I love affection so much. I’m only 2 years old, but I’ve had quite the life journey thus far. Due to a seizure, I recently lost my eyesight, but it appears to be coming back! I love to be held and talked to. Of course, with my big, beautiful orange eyes, who could resist cuddling me? Someone thought I was so special, they even sponsored a portion of my adoption fee. Do you have the perfect loving home for me?

Check out our kitten and cat specials!

**Due to your overwhelming support, our kitty population has returned to normal and this special has ended! Thank you!!

 

We're overflowing with cats and kittens! All adult cats, 1 year and older, are 50% off! We've got plenty of kittens too! Adopt 1 kitten at regular price ($150) and take home a second for only $50. Stop by Kitsap Humane Society today and find your forever feline friend. These specials won't last forver so don't miss it! We open at noon six days a week (closed Tuesdays). 

Meet Spike, our Pet of the Week!

Hi, my name is Spike (Intake #29473) and I’m a cool young dude looking for some new digs. I enjoy playing ball and I’m an expert at fetch. I was surrendered to the shelter because I wasn’t getting along with the resident dog at my house. I would do best in my new home if I’m the only pet. I’m described as active, playful and cuddly. I’m still a young guy so I need an owner who can provide me with further training to be a great canine citizen. Do you think we can be the best of friends? You can meet me and other adoptable animals at the Kitsap Humane Society, open six days a week.

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