The Kansas Humane Society says there just isn’t enough room for all of the unwanted animals in Wichita. But, there is a way you can help. It’s called “Fostering.”
The goal of the Kansas Humane Society is to find every animal a home, but that doesn’t always happen.
This week, the Kansas Humane Society talked to us for the first time about its live-release and euthanasia rates.
Thousands of animals are taken through the front door of the Kansas Humane Society each and every year. Most are adopted back out to new families. But sadly, there are still many that never make it back out those doors.
Euthanasia is a sad reality within a shelter, and when faced with the tough decision about an animal’s future, the Kansas Humane Society uses a “Safety Net Committee.”
If you’re searching for your perfect pet, but you aren’t quite sure how the animal’s personality will mesh with yours - the Kansas Humane Society has a tool to help you.
All animals adopted out by the Kansas Humane Society are spayed or neutered.
There are many things you can do to help the Kansas Humane Society.
Part of what has helped the Kansas Humane Society increase the number of animals they successfully adopt out is the SAFER Test.
Many of you shared pictures of the animals you rescued from the Kansas Humane Society. Upload your photos to our Facebook page.
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