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KHS on Feral Cats

From our Director of Animal Welfare:
KHS does not adopt out domestic cats to barns, only feral or unsocialized cats. Trap Neuter Return and Barn Cat programs are common practices in many animal welfare organizations and communities around the country. Included are some of the most progressive animal welfare shelters to save the lives of the great number of cats who never had and nor ever will tolerate human contact.

April Cat Adoption Specials!

April Cat Adoption Specials are here!
2 for 1 special on all adult cats (2 years of age or older). Total for both cats is $30.
Blackjack Special: All adult black cats (2 years of age or older) are $21 each.
Promotions are good April 1-30, 2011.

Fritz is our Pet of the Week

Hi my name is Fritz (Intake #7071) and I'm looking for a new place to call home. I love to go for walks and do very well on a leash. I am very curious and love to sniff and explore everything. I take a while to warm up to new people, but once I do, I love to be petted and scratched. I am a very smart guy and love to learn. The KHS staff think I'm gorgeous on the inside and out!

Voting for ASPCA $100K Challenge starts April 4!

We need you to VOTE, VOTE, VOTE everyday April 4-15 to help KHS stay in the running for this year’s ASPCA $100K Challenge. 
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Celebrate Pet First Aid Awareness Month in April

The American Animal Hospital Association, (AAHA) states that 1 out of 4 pets would survive an accident or illness if we, as pet owners, are familiar with and capable of providing first aid when necessary. If we are able to render first aid to an injured pet, prior to getting emergency veterinary assistance, we can make a huge difference in the outcome which may save our pets’ lives.

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