This is Henry, and he is an approximately 5 year old domestic medium hair, who is wondering if you might have a windowsill for him to curl up on this holiday? Henry is a very relaxed fellow, and he does not stress out over the small stuff. Maybe we could all learn a lesson from him! He is so appreciative of any attention you have to throw his way, and really enjoys chin scratches. He is so much fun to pet because he is so soft, so it is easy to oblige his requests for attention! He will meow hello at you when you approach his kennel, and happily stretch himself out. Henry is an extremely sweet little guy, who will fit in seamlessly with almost any home, and they would be lucky to have a boy as good as him. So don't delay, ask how to adopt him today, and make all of his holiday wishes come true! Primary Color: Brown Tabby Secondary Color: Black Weight: 8.5 Age: 5yrs 0mths 1wks
Kitsap Humane Society is a private, nonprofit animal shelter. We rescue and rehome close to 5,000 pets each year. Every animal leaves here spayed or neutered and with complete vaccines and a microchip. We have been caring for animals in need since 1908 and envision a time when all adoptable pets have loving homes.
We are extremely proud of our exceptionally high “lives saved” rate of 94%. Through our active adoption, behavior, foster, and veterinary programs, we are able to rehome every adoptable animal that enters our facility. No animal is ever euthanized for lack of space.
In addition to caring for and adopting animals, we also provide spay/neuter services to low income residents of Kitsap County, and provide Animal Rescue and Enforcement services to our surrounding municipalities.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Hours: Open every day except Tuesday from noon to 5:30 (adoptions close at 4:30)
Thursday: noon to 6:30 (adoptions close at 5:30)
Location: 9167 Dickey Rd NW Silverdale, WA 98383
Our Adoption Process...
Adoption fees range from $30 to $400 depending on the animal.
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