Severe Weather Seminar
It's that time of year again: severe weather season.
At KHS, we don't ever want anyone to be unprepared for severe weather, or not know what to do
with your pets when it does happen. That's why KHS is hosting a Severe Weather Seminar again this year to talk about severe weather preparedness, what to expect, and how to make sure you
and your pets stay safe.
KHS is bringing in representatives from the National Weather Service and the Sedgwick County Animal Response Team to talk about these important topics and answer any questions you may have.
WHEN: Monday, April 24th at 5:30pm
WHERE: KHS Learning Center, 3313 N. Hillside
WHO: Anyone! Open to the public
The event should last about one hour. Light refreshments will be served.
It's time for a Spring Fling Adoption Event at the Kansas Humane Society!
We've got so many adult dogs coming in - we need to get them adopted and make some more room in the shelter!
Event Specifics:
WHAT: $50 off adult dog adoptions, 25% off GivePet treats
WHERE: Kansas Humane Society, 3313 N. Hillside
WHEN: Saturday, April 22 - Sunday, April 23 (during normal business hours)
WHY: We need to get more of our adult dogs adopted!
This adoption event is being sponsored by longtime KHS supporter, Marni Stevens.

The Kansas Humane Society is excited to announce the upcoming Melissa Thomas Memorial Microchip Clinic. Melissa was a loyal employee at KHS who dedicated 15 years to helping animals at the shelter. She passed away unexpectedly in 2016 from a brain aneurysm. Because of her love and dedication to KHS shelter animals, an anonymous donor and 24 Petwatch have offered to help KHS host this free clinic in memory and honor of Melissa. KHS chose to host the free clinic on Melissa‚Äôs birthday, April 23.

KHS will microchip 55 animals, dogs or cats, free of charge. No event registration is necessary. The event will be first come, first serve until supplies run out. You must meet certain requirements to qualify for the event. Only one animal per household, please. *All cats MUST be in a carrier. All dogs MUST be on a leash and collar.


Date: Sunday, April 23, 2017

Time: 1:00pm - 3:00pm

Location: Kansas Humane Society Learning Center, 3313 N. Hillside

Cost: It's free!



  • Have a household income of $40,000 or less. Proof of income is required (previous year's tax return, social security disability, Medicaid, KanCare, or unemployment benefits)
  • Are active or retired military personnel. Military ID required.

The event is being sponsored by 24 PetWatch and an anonymous donor to KHS. Thank you! 

 24 pet watch




The April Match is underway now at the Kansas Humane Society! Donate NOW!

The KHS Board of Directors have offered to match, dollar for dollar, any gift you send up to $45,000! That means if you give $50, KHS receives $100. The Match will only be offered for a limited time, so please take this opportunity to provide twice the love and care for the homeless and neglected animals who come through our doors. 

Last year, you donated more funds than ever before during the April Match. You helped raise an amazing $143,242! Let's do even better this year. To donate now and have your money doubled, please CLICK HERE.

Have a barking good time at Dog-N-Jog hosted by Indian Hills Animal Clinic!

DNJ Collage 

Event Information:

Hosted at Sedgwick County Park, the 7th annual Dog-N-Jog is the only race in Wichita where runners can compete with or without their canine friends. Sign the family up, have a blast, and support a good cause as proceeds benefit the Kansas Humane Society.

View Dog-N-Jog's Facebook for updated event information and their website to learn how to register.

    Race Day Schedule:
  • 7:30 am: Registration and Packet Pick-up
  • 8:00 am: 5k Race Begins
  • 9:10 am: 5k Race awards ceremony
  • 9:30 am: 1.5 mile race begins

Pets Adopted

from the Kansas
Humane Society

Since January 1, 2017