Pet of the Week

Paka is a great catch!
Hello, my name is Paka (Intake #53484) and I’m a super adorable, lanky 1-year-old hound mix with pretty brown spots, adorable floppy ears and an amazing smile. I’m a rambunctious, playful girl who would love an active owner without small children to take me on hikes, jogs and supervised playtime in the yard. I LOVE... Read Entire Story » Adopt Me Now »

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Fore! the Animals Golf Tournament a Success!

May 27, 2016

Thank you to the 126 golfers and 11 dogs who made the 2016 Fore! the Animals Golf tournament a success. On May 20, 2016,  Kitsap Humane Society supporters enjoyed fair spring weather and a fun day on Trophy Lake’s beautiful golf course. The tournament raised over $17,000! An in crease of $2,000 from the year before!… Read Entire Story »

Fern’s Story: From left for dead, to halfway home

Fern is a petite, extra adorable, super sweet blue brindle Whippet-Hound mix who came to Kitsap Humane Society all the way from the Hawaiian island of Kauai. Fern’s story is a true example of how it takes a village (or in this case, a community of animal lovers spanning an ocean!) to save a life…. Read Entire Story »

Paka is a great catch!

May 24, 2016

Hello, my name is Paka (Intake #53484) and I’m a super adorable, lanky 1-year-old hound mix with pretty brown spots, adorable floppy ears and an amazing smile. I’m a rambunctious, playful girl who would love an active owner without small children to take me on hikes, jogs and supervised playtime in the yard. I LOVE… Read Entire Story »

Ivy Longs For Her Forever Home

May 17, 2016

Hello, my name is Ivy (Intake #53657) and I’m a 6-year-old chunky, tubby, lovely tuxedo kitty. I’m not sure why a sweet girl like me has been waiting at the shelter since March. I really hope someone will pick me to be their forever friend. I’m very people-centered and I have the cutest squeaky meow… Read Entire Story »

Sweet Adeline Awaits You

May 12, 2016

Hello, my name is Adeline (Intake #53475) and I’m a lovely Shepherd/Rottweiler mix. I’m a sweet girl who can take some time to warm up to new people and places, but once I trust you, I’m very affectionate and gentle. I love to have fun and play and I’m very smart. I’m very treat-motivated so… Read Entire Story »

The Dog Days of Summer

The weather is increasingly beautiful and KHS wants to encourage you to take your pet out and enjoy the lovely weather and our beautiful state! Take your dog on an adventure! Before you go on your adventure, make sure you and your pet are prepared. Grab the leash! You may be confident that your dog… Read Entire Story »

Quincy’s Journey

May 8, 2016

Animals come to Kitsap Humane Society in all kinds of ways- this is a story about Quincy’s journey… On April 27th the KHS’ Rescue Me program, that transfers in at-risk animals from other shelters and rescues , got a call for help from a rescuer in North Central Washington. An employee at a small, rural… Read Entire Story »

What is a Canaan Dog?

May 6, 2016

What is a Canaan Dog? Since the Kitsap Humane Society’s Rescue Me program  started partnering with the Israeli division of Wings of Rescue, our adoption program has started to have some very unique dogs- mixes of a breed called Canaan Dog. According to The Canaan Dog Club of America, the breed was developed from redomesticated dogs… Read Entire Story »

Meet Gilbert the Great!

May 3, 2016

Hello, my name is Gilbert (Intake #50461) and I’m a 7-year-old male tabby who was picked up as a stray. I’m a quiet fellow who doesn’t care much for the hustle and bustle of the shelter, but I’ve been waiting patiently for my forever home for quite some time. I love petting, chin and ear… Read Entire Story »

We’re Expecting!!!

April 26, 2016

Summer is fast approaching, and just like clockwork, the “annual furry frenzy” begins. We transfer in more at-risk pets from overcrowded, underfunded shelters through our Rescue Me Program now than at any other time of the year. WE’RE IN THIS TOGETHER – You can help us raise $60,000…  …to help fund our Foster and Rescue Me programs…. Read Entire Story »