Kansas Humane Society in need of helping hands – Wichita, Kansas

Wichita, Kansas 2021-06-12 10:14:17 –

Wichita, Kansas (KSNW) – The Kansas Humane Society (KHS) is seeking your help. If you are currently thinking of adopting a furry friend and giving it to your eternal home, now is the time. The shelter is currently overcrowded with cats and kittens and is calling for intervention in the community.

Emily Hurst, president and chief executive officer of the Kansas Humane Society, said the shelter currently houses 280 cats and kittens and some rescuers.

She says they haven’t been able to recover the number of volunteers they had before since the pandemic. That’s why they want the general public to do three things. One is to give these cats and kittens a home forever. Two are volunteer activities at evacuation centers, and three are donations of food, garbage and blankets.

Emily Hurst, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Kansas Humane Society, said:

KHS also offers BOGO trading. This means you can adopt a kitten and get a furry friend for free.

“It helps us try to be fun and entertaining, and at the same time takes as many kittens as possible to our beloved home as soon as possible,” Hurst added.

Remember that pets are a lifelong endeavor. To adopt pets and volunteers Kansas Human Society website.

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