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Gaining a New Pack Member

May 4, 2015

Thank you for being there for Kyna! It’s always a challenge to introduce a new personality into the pack. I’m sure glad I went with my “gut feeling” and brought her home. Turns out she is very friendly and outgoing! She loves to meet new people and dogs. She is fearless. When she wants to… Read Entire Story »

Found Kittens? What You Should (and Should Not!) Do

April 3, 2015

Our recent warm winter and early spring means a long and fertile kitten season is on its way. During kitten season, it is common to find a nest of unattended kittens that seem to have been abandoned by their mother. When people make these discoveries, the first impulse is to scoop up the kittens to… Read Entire Story »

A Community Cats Success Story

March 2, 2015

Sometimes – after repeatedly dealing with uncooperative caretakers, disgruntled neighbors, sick or injured cats, and vague reports of feral colonies that cannot be located – Trap/Neuter/Return advocates and volunteers can begin to feel overwhelmed, disillusioned, and even discouraged. But then something happens that makes the time and effort all worthwhile, and reminds us why we… Read Entire Story »

Fraidy Cats Need Love Too

February 10, 2015

Stray cats, feral cats, homeless cats – we have many terms for the free-roaming felines in our communities. They may show up because they were dumped by someone unwilling to care for them, or because they were outdoor pets that were chased or frightened away from their home territory; these strays are often easy to… Read Entire Story »

Charlie Needs a Dedicated Owner

January 29, 2015

Hi! My name is Charlie (Intake #42405) and I’m a super handsome fella who arrived from an over-crowded shelter to find my forever home. I really hope I don’t have to wait much longer. I’m a calm, friendly guy who is eager to please. I enjoy all outdoor activities including going for walks and getting… Read Entire Story »

Feral Cats: Euthanize, Relocate, or T/N/R?

January 22, 2015

Many people don’t mind free-roaming cats living in their communities, and some even care for them by providing food and shelter. But there are those who do not appreciate having a feral colony nearby. These people may be concerned about the colony’s effect on local wildlife (such as birds or rabbits), the possibility of pet… Read Entire Story »

Do you need Joy in your life?

Hi! My name is Joy (Intake #42278) and I’m a beautiful Russian Blue mix kitty. I enjoy petting and when you talk to me in a soft voice. I’m a shy, gentle soul who prefers a quiet environment. For this reason, it’s best I go to a home with no children. I’m a mature girl… Read Entire Story »

“Like” Clifton Hollow on Facebook and Help KHS

January 21, 2015

Once again, Kitsap Humane Society is participating in Fans 4 Food – a partnership with Clifton Hollow Animal Hospital in Poulsbo. From now until February 16, Clifton Hollow Animal Hospital will donate one can of food to KHS for every “Like” they receive on their Facebook page. You can help them support our animals with… Read Entire Story »

2015 KHS Calendar JUST REDUCED to $10!

January 16, 2015

It’s not too late to order your Kitsap Humane Society 2015 Calendar. The price has just been reduced to only $10. All proceeds benefit the animals of KHS. Calendars can be shipped directly to you or picked up at KHS. Click here to order yours today!

Ozzie has been waiting for you since October

January 14, 2015

Hi! My name is Ozzie (Intake #40955) and, boy, am I a sweetheart. I’m a mature, gentle soul looking for a quiet home where I can receive lots of love. I’m timid around people I don’t know, but once I warm up to you, all you have to do is call my name and I’ll… Read Entire Story »