Meet Mira Jane! This sweet girl is about a year old kitty with a gorgeous black and white coat! This petite little girl will steal your heart in seconds with her huge personality. Mira Jane really enjoys her head and chin being scratched and will head butt you for more. Mira Jane can be a bit sassy, so she would do best in a home without young kids. She enjoys being up on her shelf and looking out the window, so having a cat tree would be perfect for this girl. If you think that Mira Jane is the perfect addition to your family, come and meet her today! Primary Color: Black Secondary Color: White Weight: 5 Age: 1yrs 0mths 2wks
Kitsap Humane Society is a private, nonprofit animal shelter. We rescue and rehome over 6000 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 over 95%. Through our active adoption, behavior, foster, transfer, 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.
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Hours: Open every day except Tuesday from noon to 5:30 (adoptions close at 4:30)
Friday: 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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