KHS Cat & Dog Rehoming
This Pet Rehoming website is offered as a community resource in an effort to help save more animal lives. It is a free listing of pets who need new homes posted by members of the community.
Please Note: These pets are not available for adoption through the Kansas Humane Society. If intereseted in a pet, please contact the owners directly HERE.
Finding a new home for your pet can be a difficult decision to make. At the Kansas Humane Society, we honor the human/animal bond but also understand that there are circumstances that prevent you from being able to keep your animal, and we are here to help you.
It is the responsibility of potential adopters and owners to communicate directly to arrange meetings, acquire veterinary records and other necessary information, and to transfer ownership. Owners are responsible for disclosing any and all behavioral or medical concerns to potential adopters. Only pets who are spayed or neutered and current on vaccinations including rabies are able to be listed on this website.
The Kansas Humane Society accepts no responsibility for claims made by owner or adopter and is not liable for the health or behavior of the pets posted to this website.
How to List Your Pet
You may list your dog, cat, or small pet (such as guinea pigs, hamsters, rabbits, etc) on the site.
- Visit the Rehoming site
- If you are new, click Sign Up and follow the instructions to create a new account. If you already have an account, click Login to sign into the website.
- Click the Create a New Listing menu option
- Choose which type of pet you are posting
- Fill out the form
Please note your username and password will be used to access your listing where you can edit information, update photos, and cancel your listing as needed.
- Click Save
All listings will be approved within two business days of being submitted. They will remain for 45 days or until you cancel. Potential adopters will contact you directly about your pet.
Pet Rehoming Tips
- Take several good quality color photos of your pet to show off the pet’s best qualities.
- Hang rehoming posters of your animal at local businesses or veterinary clinics.Visit the Resources page to download the Rehoming Poster.
- Place an ad in your local newspaper about rehoming your animal.
- Use interview questions and asking potential homes to fill out a profile with contact information and references. Visit the Resources page to download the "Rehoming Your Pet" Kit.
Finding an appropriate home for your animal takes time. Being thorough and patient is worth it for you and your pet.
Alternatives to Cat & Dog Rehoming
Seek help with behavior issues like bad manners, chewing, excessive energy, housebreaking issues, etc.
Visit Your Veterinarian
Some unwanted behaviors are due to underlying medical issues, be sure to see a veterinarian for concerns and help with potty training problems and destructive behavior.
If you are moving, you may not have to give up your pet. Take your time when finding a new home. Talking with landlords about your pets before signing the contract is also important. Even if the landlord doesn’t normally allow pets they might make acceptations for responsible pet owners. Show that your animal is currently vaccinated, polite, obedient, obtained certificates from training classes, and get references from previous landlords that have allowed you to have pets.
We want to help you and your pet stay together forever by helping you find pet friendly housing in the Wichita area. The list focuses on dogs and cats, but may contain information on other pets as well. Please contact the company directly to confirm that their policy has not changed. Seek out pet-friendly housing here.