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Gyro has been waiting since March!
Hi! My name is Gyro (Intake #44483) and I’m one hip dude. I sure have been patient waiting for my forever home. I’ve been at the shelter since March when my owners moved and couldn’t take me with them. I’m very loving and seek attention, but sometimes I can get over stimulated when I’ve had... Read Entire Story » Adopt Me Now »

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Cat & Kitten Adoption Fees Reduced in July!

July 6, 2015

Summer is a busy time for the shelter, in part because the population of cats and kittens skyrockets as the weather warms. Last year Kitsap Humane Society took in over 700 homeless adult cats and over 1100 homeless kittens during the summer months. As the number of cats and kittens arriving at the shelter increases, adopters… Read Entire Story »

Happy Tails- Putter!

July 4, 2015

Check out this great update from Putter’s adopters!   Everyone at the Kitsap Humane Society is so friendly and very knowledgeable!  I went there to check out all the dogs but knew I wanted to meet Putter since I was eyeballing him on their web page. Putter was not there though he had been fostered… Read Entire Story »

37,000 lbs of Pet Food Donated and Distributed

July 3, 2015

Kitsap Humane Society got a BIG (and we mean BIG!!!) surprise  this week, thanks to the Best Friends No More Homeless Pets Network and the Blue Buffalo pet food company. Blue Buffalo had reached out to Best Friends interested in helping out animal welfare groups around the country with hundreds of thousands of pounds of free… Read Entire Story »

Gyro has been waiting since March!

June 30, 2015

Hi! My name is Gyro (Intake #44483) and I’m one hip dude. I sure have been patient waiting for my forever home. I’ve been at the shelter since March when my owners moved and couldn’t take me with them. I’m very loving and seek attention, but sometimes I can get over stimulated when I’ve had… Read Entire Story »

Port Orchard Cat Program Extended!

June 26, 2015

Kitsap Humane Society (KHS) is happy to announce that our Community Cat Program in Port Orchard, funded by PetSmart Charities, has been extended from July to November, and expanded from just the 98366 zip code to the 98367 zip code as well! Through the Community Cat Program, residents of Port Orchard who own outdoor cats, or… Read Entire Story »

Boonie is one laid-back dude!

June 23, 2015

Hi! My name is Boonie (Intake #45806) and I’m a super handsome male Pit Bull mix and I’m built like a tank. I was found on the streets as a stray, so the shelter staff don’t know my exact age, but they think I’m around 8 years old. When I first arrived at Kitsap Humane… Read Entire Story »

Dogs and Fireworks!

I have nothing against fireworks on the Fourth of July. It’s tradition after all – and a fitting way to commemorate our country’s independence. What does concern me, however, is the launching of fire crackers weeks before the Fourth and in the weeks following, mainly because the extended celebration is pure torture for my three… Read Entire Story »

Meet Rex, your future best friend

June 17, 2015

Hi! My name is Rex (Intake #37861) and I’m a handsome, portly guy with striking white and black moo cow coloring. I was surrendered to the shelter for having accidents in the house, but shelter staff think that was related to living with another cat. I’ve been staying in an office since being back at… Read Entire Story »

Grant received from BISSELL Pet Foundation

June 16, 2015

This week, Kitsap Humane Society was thrilled to become the recipient of a grant from the BISSELL Pet Foundation! KHS was chosen out of 129 animal welfare organizations to receive a grant of $3,150 to support our growing foster care program. In 2014 over 800 animals went through KHS’ foster care program, and in 2015 that number is… Read Entire Story »

FREE Cat Day Friday June 12th!

June 10, 2015

Kitsap Humane Society is FULL of cats, so we’re having a Meow Luau on Friday, June 12th with FREE adoptions for all cats over six months old! As the weather warms in the spring, cats begin to procreate, and roam outdoors more, leading to higher numbers of cats arriving at the shelter. Unfortunately only a small… Read Entire Story »