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Can You Help Us?

Our Vet Services Department has an immediate need for a Stethoscope and Feliway. If you are willing to donate these items or know someone who is, please drop them off at the shelter or call our development department at 360.692.6977, ext. 1224. If you have any specific questions about the items, please call and stay on the line to speak with our vet services staff. Thank you for your help!

Come visit us today!

Visit the shelter today and find the perfect addition to your family. Pet viewing & adoptions are open from Noon-5:30pm (adoptions close at 5:00pm). We have many furry faces who are waiting for a forever home!

Remember: KHS is closed to the public today

Our new hours are in effect. We are closed to the public on Tuesdays and have new hours of operation for the other days of the week. Today, our animals will receive much needed quiet time and TLC from staff and volunteers. Plus, they will have the opportunity for enrichment training without interruption. Please come visit us tomorrow from Noon-5:30 p.m. to see if we have the right furry face to compliment your family.

KHS Offers Training Sessions and Classes

As exciting as it is to bring a new pet into the family, it’s important to temper that excitement with training. The earlier you start working with your pet, the easier it will be to teach him to obey basic commands. Beginning this month, Kitsap Humane Society is proud to offer private training sessions and classes to the public. To view our class schedule and available training sessions, please visit our website at www.kitsap-humane.org and select the “classes” tab.

A Day in the Life of a KHS Foster Family: Petey the Tripod; Day...we lost track!

I could watch Petey and Bruno play all day long! They lunge and flop and do somersaults all around each other. Petey will grab Bruno's feet and legs and Bruno will nibble on Petey's sides. They both make similar growly noises as they roll around on the floor. Sometimes they get tired but don't want to stop so they will both lie down and proceed to paw at each other and bite each other's noses. It never gets old.

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