*All programs are donation funded only so availability is limited.
Pay It Forward
The expression “Pay it Forward” describes the concept of asking that a good deed be repaid by having it done to others instead. This fund was set up so people can donate money to help someone who cannot otherwise afford to get their animal spayed/neutered. We do not give out vouchers. This program is set up for our weekly spay/neuter clinic only.
This program is set up to help with the day-to-day care of the animals. You can pick which animal you would like to sponsor. This fund also allows us to discount our “lonely heart” animals that have been in the shelter for a long time,
or really need to get a home quickly because they are not thriving in the shelter.
Trap and Release
The TNR program is set up for people who are willing to trap feral or barn cats, bring them into our weekly spay neuter clinic, and then release these cats back into the wild. This program is set up to
cut the cost for these non-owned cats.
Barn Cat Program
KCHS will sometimes receive cats that cannot live as house pets. Cats in the Barn Cat Program fall into three categories: Cats whose litter box habits make them unsuitable for house pets, cats that are just too independent to appreciate being cooped up in cages in the shelter, cats that are shy/fearful of people and prefer the company of other cats and animals. We do not adopt cats who are suitable to be house pets to barns, only cats without other options. This is the last chance for these cats, they have nowhere else to go, and for some, time is limited. All the selected barn cats will be spayed or neutered, feline leukemia tested, have their initial vaccinations including 1 year rabies, been treated for fleas/ticks/worms.
Pets For Seniors
Through this program, a select group of companion felines are available for sr. citizens with adoption fees reduced. The selected cat companion will be spayed or neutered, feline leukemia tested, have their initial vaccinations including 1 year rabies and treated for fleas/ticks/worms.