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A Day in the Life of a KHS Foster Family: Petey the Tripod; Day 13

Day 13: Petey is becoming much more comfortable in a home environment. He has been expressing his opinions about strangers lately though. His biggest obstacle still, is social skills with people he does not see every day. When a new person comes up the stairs he will let out a resounding "Wooo-Woooof!" And boy does he have an intimidating bark! He is obviously scared but if this behavior is not addressed, it could become worse.

WE NEED YOUR HELP!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Abby Ouimet
Kitsap Humane Society
Phone: 360.692.6977, ext. 1224
E-mail: fundraising@kitsap-humane.org

KITSAP HUMANE SOCIETY OFFERS $500 REWARD FOR INFORMATION
IN ANIMAL CRUELTY CASE

Stolen dog is found by KHS Animal Rescue four months later

A Day in the Life of a KHS Foster Family: Petey the Tripod; Day 6

Petey has shown much improvement in his social skills. He is now actively seeking affection and loves to lay around with everyone in the living room at night. He is still skittish around new people-and our active 15 year old. We don't hold that against him though because sometimes our active 15 year old is too much for us!

DECLAWING A CAT IS INHUMANE

DECLAWING A CAT IS INHUMANE AND IN SOME STATES ILLEGAL.

Why is declawing cats illegal in some states?

Answer: In some countries and states, declawing is considered illegal and inhumane. Before you make the decision to declaw your cat, there are some important facts you should know.
Declawing is not like a manicure. It is serious surgery. Your cat's claw is not a toenail. It is actually closely adhered to the bone. So closely adhered that to remove the claw, the last bone of your the cat's claw has to be removed.

A letter from our Executive Director

Animal shelters serve the community as we know, but who is the community?

Today the word means so much more as each of our Facebook Friends is aware. At the same time our world seems smaller and more connected.

Social media like Facebook has literally meant the difference between life and death for those we serve at Kitsap Humane Society. It has brought together partner organizations to serve the greater good, created resources that did not exist, and helped rehome animals in jeopardy.

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