In order to fulfill our mission of saving the lives of animals through sheltering, adoption, foster care, spay and neuter programs, cruelty prevention, and community outreach, we know that we need the help and support of our community. We cannot do this alone. It's our goal to equip our community with the necessary resources and tools to work alongside KCHA to improve the quality of life for animals in our area.
When you're a renter and a pet-owner, finding a new place to live can be difficult! Animal Humane Society has compiled pet-friendly housing resources with the goal of reducing the number of animals surrendered to shelters due to a lack of housing. Try these excellent resources today!
Property owners :
Low cost spay/netuer for community and feral cats
The good news is many issues can be easily worked on with your pet in the comfort of your own home! And a bonus - training with your pet helps create a deeper bond to build your trust and love for years to come.
Training with your dog is a great way to deepen your human-animal bond. It's also fantastic to keep their brains going and helps them be the best they can be!
Enrichment is one of the BEST things you can do for your pet! Various enrichment activities help utilize all your pet's senses.
KCHA has a food bank that operates 6 days a week during normal business hours. Please call extension 118 for questions.