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Blueberry - now known as Max
After 5 months of living here, we realized just how much we missed having a cat, and our daughter, realllllly wanted a cat. So we went down to the shelter and let her check out all of the cats and she picked the perfect one!! His name was "Blueberry" at the shelter but he has since been renamed "Max." He is black and long haired. He came already neutered and declawed in the front. Max fit right into the family from the very beginning. He absolutely LOVES our daughter - he rubs against her and purrs and he cries for her attention (she's only 3, and, while she appreciates the importance of being gentle, I think this cat is still pretty amazing)... and she feeds him his wet food treat every night. Most of his day is spent laying in my lap for hours on end and batting around balls of yarn (cliche, I know, but he loves it). He has also become comfortable enough with our dog to sleep right up next to her and they even play very well together. He is absolutely the most perfect cat for our family and we love him to pieces!!! ~Kristin
Daisy - used to be known as Shorty, now owned by Britney
Britney is in the coast Guard and started coming to the shelter to volunteer on her off time. We love having her come up here and help us out, she does such a wonderful job. After volunteering here for a while a small little pit-bull puppy showed up. She was so little and scared and we needed a foster home for her for the night, Britney offered right away and thats when she fell in love with her and has had her ever since.
grey/black kittens (4)
Kit Opal Dil
Clyde Joe Butter Bean Pretty Kitty Pike
Peek a Boo Baby Kitty
Mr. Stripes Fire Ball Apollo
Tommy Anji Chucky Angelica
Tuffy Miley Adak Cabella Rome Tavarish Tali Snoop
Daisy puppy Maggie Lexi Loki Isabella Angel Rowan
Koda Jasmine kaya samson Nayla Molly
Kona DOG Connor Taffy Jaws Stratis Lexi Ketna
Last Updated on Saturday, 10 April 2010 21:43
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Last Updated on Thursday, 11 June 2009 01:48
Girlie is currently in a foster home. If interested, please contact the shelter to schedule a time to meet her.
Get info and pics of Girlie
Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 June 2009 23:36
Sam was adopted, YEAH!!!!
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Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 September 2009 18:40
Humane Society of Kodiak (HSK) Services to the Community
- Manage and operate the Kodiak Animal Shelter ( #1 Priority)
- Provide assistance in the selection and adoption of pets
- Help owners find new homes for their pets
- Maintain a lost and found log
- Provide financial assistance for spays and neuters to families in need
- Provide information on animal care and responsible pet ownership
- Provide information on training and behavioral problems for pets
- Sell annual dog tag licenses
The Humane Society of Kodiak has been in existence since 1993. Our organization was contracted by the City of Kodiak to operate the animal shelter in 1995, changing it to a “No Kill” shelter for friendly, adoptable animals in 1997 thanks to community support. We are not members of, nor are we formally affiliated with the Humane Society of the United States or the American Humane Society. We have our own bylaws and mission statement and operate independently to service Kodiak Island in it’s entirity, servicing the City, Borough, Villages, and the Coast Guard Base. Our focus, and the point to our fundraising, is to prevent the cruelty of animals through education and other implementation by promoting responsible pet ownership, reducing the population of abandoned pets through spay/neuter programs and to promote the proper care of animals impounded at the shelter. Our board is made up of community members who enjoy the Alaskan lifestyle and have lived on Kodiak Island for many years.
To become a member of the Humane Society of Kodiak, complete our membership form and drop off or mail in with your donation.
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Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 January 2012 03:05
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