Below are pets currently available at KCHS. Our adoption fee for dogs and puppies includes spay/neuter, all current vaccinations and microchip. If you would like to make an appointment to view or meet one of our pets, please contact us or fill out the adoption application for either a dog or cat that you are interested in.

Cats & Kittens!! We have KITTENS and cats for adoption See pictures and info on our Facebook Page.  All our cats and kittens are spayed and neutered before adoption,  FIV/FELV tested and kittens have their first vaccination.  Kittens are $50.  Cats over six months are $25.  All adoption fees are used to support our cat adoption program.  Please contact us for more information or fill out our cat adoption application. These cuties need fur-ever homes. 
SPOT LOVES KIDS!  Even though he wouldn't let an adult approach him, he turned into all wags and wiggles when kids were around.  He's still a little slow to warm up to grownups but he can be won over with with a little yummy bacon treat.  He's young and he's active and hopes to find a young, active, growing family that he can call his own.  (like most dogs, he'll chase a cat if it runs but otherwise is pretty good around them)
Skoll and Hati, both males, were rescues from the Wichita Animal Shelter.  They are blue eye Husky brothers  (about 2 years old) and came in as strays so we have no history on them.  When they first came to our shelter on May 26th, they were both very stressed, nervous, scared and pretty much inseparable.  As they settled in and began to trust us a little more, we were able to separate them and both now seem to be comfortable with that arrangement. Although they have been fearful, neither dog has shown any aggression during this adjustment period.  Skoll (on the right) is slightly larger and has progressed a little faster than Hati (on the left).  Neither dog walks very well on the leash (strong pullers) but both dogs know to stop and sit if requested.  Hati is very afraid of loud noises or too much activity so his walks are challenging.  Both of these dogs need a home with a good, but patient, leader.  Preferably someone with some dog training or handling skills and an adult only home or at least no young children.   We also prefer they be in a fenced yard or on leash when outside  as both are very independent minded dogs.  If you've owned a Husky before, you probably understand. 
Update 6/22/20:  Both dogs continue to make good progress.  Especially Hati.  He is no longer afraid to leave his kennel and likes to go for long walks outside now.  They are learning to trust people and are becoming more social.  Don't expect to bond with either Hati or Skoll immediately but if you can spend most of your time with them for the first couple of weeks, you will be rewarded with an amazing, intelligent companion for life.  
Rosie is about 2 years old, 38 lbs, just a wee bit nervous when she meets new people but is sweet and friendly. She's good with cats and kids and likes other dogs as soon as she knows they are friendly with her. She's been kennel trained and has some house trainining so she's all ready to meet her new family. She's been handed off a few times in her short life and hopes to find a forever home.
Yeah, I'm back. Geez, just because I didn't get along with their other dog.  I tried, really I did.  But he was just kind of annoying.  Anyway, I've learned how to SIT, so that's a good think. And I really do like other dogs.  I'm crate trained...good for you, not so much fun for me.  I haven't quite gotten the whole potty training thing down just yet but have a little patience with me.  I'm just under a year old, 70 lbs and part Mastiff.  Yep, I'm a big dog.  Ask for LUNA.
Living on the streets can be kinda hard some time, so I'm glad someone was kind enough to bring me and my sister, Lacey,  to the Homeless Doggy Shelter.  I hope they find a couple of nice families to adopt us.  I love being around people and can't wait to get a chance to learn some cool new stuff.  I'm only about a year old so its a good time for me to start my education.  I'm a little smaller than my sister, she's 37 lbs and I'm 33 lbs.  I'm full grown but the chow is good here so I'll probably put on a couple more pounds.  I can't wait to meet you!  My name is CAGNEY. Good with cats, dogs and kids)
I need a fresh start in life.  I've been on the streets, abandoned, dumped and nobody seems to care except maybe my sister Cagney. Maybe we're not the most special dogs in the world, but we're friendly, trusting and easy going.  We just want a home a comfortable bed and some kibble.   I'm 37 lbs, full grown, about 1 year old, medium size Aussie mix with shortish hair and a short tail.  I bet you'd like me if we met.  I'm a fun girl and love to play.  My name is LACEY.. (Good with cats, dogs and kids)
Wilbur is/will be a super dog for the right person.  He is friendly and loving and very smart but he needs an owner who can safely and responsibly establish rules and boundaries.  He walks well on leash, gets along with most other dogs and obeys beautifully if he respects you as the pack leader.  If you are interested in adopting this dog please give us a call and ask to talk with an adoption counselor about Wilbur.

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