June 30th Event
On Saturday, June 30, Kansas Humane Society will be hosting the Pet Independence Day adoption event. Adoption fees for dogs and cats will be dropped to $17.76 in honor of the year America claimed its independence. As always, adult cats are pick your price.
KHS will be open from 11:00am to 6:30pm on Saturday, and this promotion will run the whole day.
*This special excludes puppies and high profile pets. There will not be any holds or dog to dog introductions during this event.
July 4 Pet Safety
To keep July 4th safe for your furry family members, there are a few safety tips to follow.
- Keep your pets indoors. Loud noises and bright lights can be frightening and pets are more likely to be stressed or escape when they are left outside. Keep pets indoors and play soft music or leave the TV on.
- Wear them out ahead of time. Give your pet plenty of exercise during the day so they’ll have less energy and stress at night.
- Make sure your pet is wearing a collar with proper ID. If your pet does manage to get out, an ID tag will help anyone who finds him/her be able to get them back home as soon as possible.
Keep your dog on a leash. Even after the main fireworks are over, if you take your pet outside to play or potty, any last-minute fireworks could startle your animal and cause them to run.
UPDATE: All spots are currently filled, thank you for participating!
KHS is excited to announce that we have received a generous grant from PetSmart Charities that will fund a Spay/Neuter Blitz program for 300 dogs. Any dog owner making less than $40,000 per year, with proof of income and proof of address, can now have their dog altered with a fee waived surgery at KHS until funds are exhausted. Each dog will also be microchipped, and owners will be provided with a collar, leash and custom tag.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the June 18 All For The Paws concert featuring Michael Ray has been CANCELLED.
If you purchased tickets with a credit card, your card will be automatically refunded. If you paid with cash, you can visit the Cotillion for a refund.
Curious about fostering kittens for Kansas Humane Society? Attend our free class to learn the basics. We'll explain how fostering works and what we provide. A KHS veterinarian and a current foster will be present to discuss kitten health, provide tips and answer questions. This class is free to attend and open to all - you do not need to be a current volunteer or foster.
When: April 22 from 3 - 4 pm & May 1 from 6:30 - 7:30 pm
Where: Kansas Humane Society Learning Center at 3313 N Hillside, Wichita, KS
Big and Rich will be playing at the Wichita Wingnuts Community Benefit Concert on June 16, 2018 at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium. This is a great event to help local non-profits, including Kansas Humane Society.
KHS will receive 50% of proceeds for all tickets purchased using promo code KHS or through our link: https://goo.gl/NJegz3.
Tickets can also be purchsed through the Wingnuts or Select-A-Seat website. Be sure to select KHS as the non-profit you wish to support. Thanks to the Wingnuts for hosting this great community event.