Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week – Nani
Meet Nani (Intake #54992), a super cute mini-mutt (likely pit-black lab) who is petite and glossy – like a little black seal! Nani is about 1 year old and has had a rough beginning in life so she is looking for a patient, loving forever home. Nani came to the shelter so shy she wouldn’t... Read Entire Story » Adopt Me Now »

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Vinny is the man!

November 23, 2016

Hello, my name is Vinny (Intake #31081) and I’m a handsome 6-year-old  Chihuahua mix looking for a new home. I’m a friendly guy who loves to cuddle in laps, go on walks and generally be a best friend to whomever is lucky enough to adopt me. I was surrendered to the shelter when my previous… Read Entire Story »

All Adoption Fees Waived 11/25-11/28

November 21, 2016

The holiday season is about family, and this Thanksgiving, we’re inspired to complete more families than ever and give homeless pets the gift of a home for the holidays! We are partnering with Best Friends Animal Society and Zappos.com to offer fee-waived (FREE!) adoptions for ALL shelter pets (kittens, adult cats, puppies, adult dogs, and small animals!) starting… Read Entire Story »

Sweet As His Name

November 15, 2016

Hello, my name is Cinnamon (Intake #58977) and I’m as sweet as my name. I was picked up as a stray and appear to have had a rough life on the streets, but now I’m safely indoors at Kitsap Humane Society awaiting my forever home. I’m still getting used to the shelter environment, but I’m… Read Entire Story »

Livestock and Bad Weather

November 12, 2016

As fall and winter arrive, bad weather moves in and daylight becomes shorter and shorter. This October, Kitsap County saw record breaking rain fall records and the storms and power outages of 2016 are expected again this winter. Bad weather is not just an inconvenience for pet owners, but can actually be a safety concern-… Read Entire Story »

You Can’t Resist Squishy Tank

November 8, 2016

Hello, my name is Squishy Tank (Intake #15542) and I’m a beautiful snow white gentleman. Although some suspect I might be part unicorn too because I’m so majestic. I’m about 8 years old which means I’m the best of both worlds, I know the joys of relaxing, snuggling and taking it easy, but I’m also… Read Entire Story »

Santa Paws is Coming to Town!

November 4, 2016

Have you been naughty or nice? Come see Santa for a very small price! KHS’ Annual Santa Paws Pet and Family portraits is just around the corner! Each event costs $20 per family and the pictures will be digital file only (our photographers will be sending participants from each event a link to view and… Read Entire Story »

Playful Swifty Can’t Wait To Meet You

November 2, 2016

Hello, my name is Swifty (Intake #55416) and I arrived at the shelter when my owner developed allergies and could no longer care for me. I’m a very playful boy. I love jumping into empty boxes, playing with mouse toys or rustling around with paper grocery bags. I love using my scratching post and can… Read Entire Story »

Day in the life: Dad the Dog

October 28, 2016

On July 29th, a woman arrived at our doors, distressed and close to tears. She had been homeless and living in her car, and she knew she could no longer care for her beloved pet of 7 years. That pet’s name is Dad, and our staff and volunteers affectionately call him “Dad the Dog”. Dad is… Read Entire Story »

Looking For A Fun Companion?

October 26, 2016

Hello, my name is Scout (Intake #58865) and I’m a super friendly Australian Cattle Dog/Hound mix looking for a fun home. I’m very handsome and photogenic so I will make a great selfie partner. I’m very smart and I already know “sit” and “paw” and I almost know “down.” I’m very treat-motivated and I would… Read Entire Story »

Bandit Will Steal Your Heart

October 20, 2016

Hello, my name is Bandit (Intake #57946) and I’ll steal your heart! I’m a young hound mix who loves to play fetch and would love a family who will throw the ball for me and take me on walks and hikes. I’m an enthusiastic dog who loves to tell you what I’m feeling in a… Read Entire Story »