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Stop in and meet Taylor!

Hi, my name is Taylor (Intake #32815) and I’m looking for a new place to call home. I originally arrived from California, was adopted for a short time, but returned because I was afraid of the wheelchair used by the roommate in my previous home. I know several commands and I’m good on a leash. I love going for walks, so you if you need a tried and true walking companion, I’m your man. I had the run of the house when previously left alone. I will run to you and then to the door to let you know I have to go outside. I’m described as active and friendly.

Ferris would love to be your new friend!

Hi, my name is Ferris (Intake #35344) and I’ve been at the shelter for two months hoping someone will pick me. Just look at this sweet face of mine! It was recently discovered that I’m FIV-Positive. But don’t let this scare you! Cats with this disease can live many healthy, happy years and I’m only 4. However, I do need to go to a home with no other cats or one with other FIV-Positive kitties. I like attention and I like to see you up close. I can get over stimulated so a home without small children would be best for me.

Do you have room in your heart for Casper?

Hi, my name is Casper (Intake #35225) and I’m a friendly and mellow young Shepherd mix. I was abandoned and have not previously had a chance to enjoy playing ball, going for walks or other outdoor activities, but I love them! I don't like being left home alone too much, but I love being home with you! When you adopt me, the shelter will give you a crate for me to sleep in when you are away. If you need help keeping me comfortable, the shelter can provide you with some great tips. I may have to take medication until I adjust to a new and happy life with you. Will you be my special friend?

Our longtime animals are 50% off!

Meet your match! Our longtimers are 50% off! Meet these special dogs and cats who have been at the shelter the longest. Look for the "Meet Your Match" card on their kennels. 

 

 

Do you have room in your heart for Pepper?

Hi, my name is Pepper (Intake #33850), named for my cute black and white coat, of course. My four white mittens match my cute white chin. I’m a friendly girl and was picked up as a stray and brought to the shelter. I probably roamed the streets for some time, but I’m ready to settle down in a warm, cozy home. I have a tipped ear, but it doesn’t bother me if it doesn’t bother you. I am kind of shy, but will come out for loves. Won’t you consider a girl like me? I won’t disappoint. You can meet me and other adoptable animals at the Kitsap Humane Society, open six days a week.

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