Posted by Cathy Bisaillon on May 03, 2018
“Animals are sometimes the most important companion in someone’s life,” opened Eric Stevens, Executive Director of the Kitsap Humane Society (KHS). Formed in 1908, the organization has transformed from primarily a euthanasia facility to a community partner that strives to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome more than 7,000 animals annually.
The services offered are comprehensive, from spay & neuter procedures and pet licensing, to the highly acclaimed “Cats in Prison” program.
KHS is in the middle of a 6.5 million dollar capital campaign that will result in a much bigger footprint and a state-of-the-art facility complete with a sophisticated HVAC system, a lower stress dog area with large kennels, new cat condos and more.
Animal-loving Rotarians can support KHS by making a donation, contributing an item from the Wish List, fostering animals or teaming up for a volunteer project. Eric can be reached at
Note:  All animals shown in this article were available for adoption on the website as of May 7.