KHS Helps Pets at Project Connect

February 1, 2018

Dozens of dogs and cats belonging to homeless and low-income pet guardians received free rabies immunizations, pet food, blankets, beds and toys from Kitsap Humane Society during the annual Project Connect fair in Bremerton Jan. 23.

Kitsap Humane Society is proud to participate in events like the Salvation Army’s Project Connect, which provides services to low-income animal lovers who may not be able to make it to the shelter in Silverdale.

Kitsap Humane has participated in the Project Connect social service fair for seven years. The fair provides families and individuals in need with haircuts, health screenings, housing and treatment referrals, and even food and clothing — all at no cost to attendees.

Pet food distributed at Project Connect was provided from Kitsap Humane Society’s Pet Food Pantry,   located at the shelter. The pantry is stocked with food and supplies donated by animal-loving community members.  The Pet Food Pantry is always in need of dry kibble and wet (canned) dog and cat food.  If you’d like to donate, you can order online and delivered directly to the shelter, or drop off to the donation bin at the shelter entrance seven days a week.