Feline Frenzy is Friday, November 10 at KHS. All kittens will be $5, and adult cats are pick your price.
From November 10 - 12, if you adopt an adult cat and pick a price of $10, $20 or $30, you will receive a KHS store gift certificate for the same amount! With deals like these, now is the perfect time to give a feline friend a loving home.
Subaru Loves Pets Fee-Waived Adoption Event
KHS has partnered with Subaru and the ASPCA to bring you the Subaru Loves Pets Adoption Event. Fees will be waived for all large dogs! Help us find loving homes for these great dogs. Big dogs, big hearts, no adoption fees!
When: Saturday, October 21, 2017 from 11:00 am - 6:30 pm
Where: Kansas Humane Society, 3313 N Hillside, Wichita, KS 67219
What: All large dogs (weighing forty pounds or more) will be free to adopt*
*This event does not include puppies or HIPP pets. No holds or dog introductions will be allowed.
This event is possible thanks to a grant from the ASPCA, Subaru, Petco Foundation and Marni Stevens.
Woofstock 2017 Photos
View all of the photos from Woofstock on our Flickr page at www.flickr.com/photos/kshumane.
We had a great event and it would not have been possible without you, our volunteers, staff, sponsors and vendors. We can't wait to see you next for Woofstock 2018 on Saturday, October 6!
Adopt for Woofstock Event
Still searching for that special someone to take to Woofstock? Look no further, Kansas Humane Society has the dog for you! All adult dog adoption fees are 50% off Thursday, Sept. 28 - Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017
Each adoption will include two free tickets to Woofstock so you can share the love and show off your new best friend!
Puppies and High Profile Pets will be excluded from this special. Holds and dog meets are allowed during this event. As always, adult cats are free to adopt.
KHS and City of Wichita Aim to Help Public Understand the Difference Between KHS and WAS
The Kansas Humane Society (KHS) and Wichita Animal Services (WAS) are excited to unveil a bright, new facelift to the front of their shared property in an effort to help customers and pet owners find their way.
Since the two began sharing the property in 2009, the large columns out front were designed to point people to the appropriate entrance that fits their needs. However, these way-finders have often been overlooked, leaving many in the community still confused about which shelter they need to go to.
To summarize the services: To help alleviate that confusion and better serve the public, KHS and WAS came together to replace the text on the front columns to bright, attention-grabbing letters. Plus, KHS is putting out a new, informational graphic that helps explains the services WAS provides, the services KHS provides, how the two groups are different, but also how they work together.
Through these combined efforts, KHS and WAS hope to help customers and pet owners get to the place they need to be quickly, which could result in being reunited with a pet more quickly, getting help for an abused animal, or even adopting a new friend.
- If you FOUND a stray, you’ll need to take it to WAS.
- If you have LOST a pet, you’ll need to go to WAS to look for it.
- If you need to LET GO of a pet you own but can no longer keep, you need to do that at KHS.
- If you want to ADOPT, you can do that at KHS.
- If you need to report ANIMAL ABUSE, call WAS.
Together, we help care for thousands of animals in our community every year and each organization is a valuable resource to our area. We hope with the public’s help, and better understanding of how we work, we can continue to grow and serve more animals every year.
To contact KHS with questions about services, please call (316) 524-9196. To contact WAS with questions about their services, please call (316) 350-3360.