Handy Heidi – Cat of the Week

I see you looking at me. Don’t worry, I like it! I’m a beautiful 6-year-old cat that loves spending time around people. I’m the only sidekick you’ll ever need! I love hanging out with you around the house, helping you do chores, and of course, cuddling up with you on the couch! You’ll love cuddling with me because I’m super soft and furry! I know what you’re thinking, I’m the total package… you’re not wrong. Can you give me a forever home? Come down to KHS and adopt me today!


Yummy Yale – Dog of the Week

I don’t mean to be arrogant, but I know I’m a beautiful dog. Nothing wrong with a little confidence, right? I’m a 6-year-old dog that loves staying active and being outdoors! I love chasing things around the yard, going on walks, and playing with humans! People come for my active lifestyle, but they stay for my personality! I’m sweet, caring, and compassionate. I pride myself on being a great catch! Come catch me at KHS! I would love to go home with you! 

Loving Lily – Cat of the Week

Word on the street is that you’re looking for a new cat! Look no further! I’m a 3-year-old cat that has a great head on my little cat shoulders! I’m a genuinely happy cat that enjoys making others happy! I’m always down to do what humans love to do! I enjoy cuddling up on the couch and watching a good movie, trips to the kitchen to grab some food, and of course collecting belly rubs! Yep, I’m a great companion to have in your life! I lived with kids and animals in my previous home and we got along just fine! Let’s start this adventure together!  


Quiet Quinby – Dog of the Week

Hi there. Where to begin? I’m a quiet and sweet 8-year-old dog. I enjoy spending all of my free time lounging around the house and hanging out with humans! I have a great personality and love to showcase it! I like to think I’m one of the friendliest dogs you’ll ever meet! I’m looking for a kind family with a quiet home to adopt me! It’s time for this mature dog to find her forever home! Come down to KHS and take me home today! 

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Animals Safety

The 4th of July is the perfect time of year to get outdoors and spend some quality time with you loved ones, but not all of your loved ones enjoy this time of year as much as others. We always encourage families to involve their dogs in a family gathering, however, the 4th of July is one you should leave them safely at home.

Fireworks can often be frightening and dangerous for dogs. Here are some tips for keeping your animals safe during this time of year.

  • Keep your pets indoors.   They should not be around the areas where fireworks are going off even if they are not fearful. Many dogs end up in the ER clinic as a result of fireworks injuries. Prepare a safe place for them in an interior part of your home where they can be confined and not as exposed to the loud noises and lights. Try playing soft, soothing music or turn on a TV to help mask the noise.  You can also provide distractions like toys, frozen treats or chew bones.  If you are going to be inside with your new pet try playing games with them so they do not focus on what’s going on outside.
  • Wear them out ahead of time and feed them a big meal.  A few hours before the fireworks begin take them on a good walk or play long game of fetch.  By releasing energy ahead of time, they will have less energy during the fireworks and hopefully be less stressed.  Feeding a big meal when they are done playing will help them to feel relaxed and content just as we are after a big meal.
  • Make sure your pet is wearing a collar with proper ID.  In the event that your new pet does manage to get out, you want to make sure that anyone who finds him/her will be able to get them home as soon as possible.
  • After the fireworks are over keep your dog on a leash while outside to potty, even if you are just in the backyard.  You never know when that last minute firework will go off in the neighborhood and you don’t want your dog to get scared and take off just when you think it is safe.

Beautiful Bubble Gum – Cat of the Week

Hello there! I hope you love to cuddle because it’s my favorite! Something about jumping up on the couch and finding a comfy place on your belly that just gets me! If you’re lucky, I’ll give you a sloppy cat kiss while I’m on top of you! Those are the best, right?! I’m a 5-pound cat that loves spending time around people! We can do all sorts of things around the house! We can chase a laser pointer together, sit on your laundry pile, and find random places to lie down and take a nap! I’m a really good time! Will you give me my forever home?! Come down to KHS and adopt me today! 


Loving Les – Dog of the Week

Hi, humans! Don’t you just love this time of year? Summer is the best! I love going outside and spending some quality time with you! I’m an active dog that loves all things outdoors! My hobbies include chasing things around the yard, going on walks, and of course playing fetch with you! Yep, this 39-pound dog likes to stay in shape! I also love meeting new people and making new friends! I’m just an overall friendly dog! I’d love to meet you! Come down to KHS and adopt me today! I’ll be waiting!

July 1st Event

On Saturday, July 1, the Kansas Humane Society will be hosting Pet Independence Day. All day July 1st dogs and cats will have their adoption fees dropped from their regular price to $17.76 in honor of the year America claimed its independence.

KHS will be open from 11:00am to 6:30pm on Saturday, and this promotion will run the whole day.

All cats 8 months or younger are eligible to have their fees reduced to $17.76. Cats older than 8 months, as usual, are free to adopt! Dogs will also have their fees reduced to $17.76 for our patriotic event.

*This special excludes puppies and high profile pets. There will not be any holds allowed or dog introductions during this event.  

Animals Safety

The 4th of July is the perfect time of year to get outdoors and spend some quality time with you loved ones, but not all of your loved ones enjoy this time of year as much as others. We always encourage families to involve their dogs in a family gathering, however, the 4th of July is one you should leave them safely at home.

Fireworks can often be frightening and dangerous for dogs. Here are some tips for keeping your animals safe during this time of year.

  • Keep your pets indoors.   They should not be around the areas where fireworks are going off even if they are not fearful. Many dogs end up in the ER clinic as a result of fireworks injuries. Prepare a safe place for them in an interior part of your home where they can be confined and not as exposed to the loud noises and lights. Try playing soft, soothing music or turn on a TV to help mask the noise.  You can also provide distractions like toys, frozen treats or chew bones.  If you are going to be inside with your new pet try playing games with them so they do not focus on what’s going on outside.
  • Wear them out ahead of time and feed them a big meal.  A few hours before the fireworks begin take them on a good walk or play long game of fetch.  By releasing energy ahead of time, they will have less energy during the fireworks and hopefully be less stressed.  Feeding a big meal when they are done playing will help them to feel relaxed and content just as we are after a big meal.
  • Make sure your pet is wearing a collar with proper ID.  In the event that your new pet does manage to get out, you want to make sure that anyone who finds him/her will be able to get them home as soon as possible.
  • After the fireworks are over keep your dog on a leash while outside to potty, even if you are just in the backyard.  You never know when that last minute firework will go off in the neighborhood and you don’t want your dog to get scared and take off just when you think it is safe.

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