Kansas Humane Society saving more animal lives

Dog (KSN File Photo)

WICHITA, Kansas – The Kansas Humane Society is saving even more animals.

In 2003, the Kansas Humane Society saved just 23 percent of all the unwanted and homeless pets due to an outdated facility with limited resources.

In 2009, just before the new facility opened, it saved 44 percent.

Last year, in 2013, the Kansas Humane Society had a save rate of 73 percent or just over 8,379 pets and for the first quarter of 2014 the facility had a save rate of 86 percent.

The Kansas Humane Society euthanized about 4,000 animals last year.

“We are a reflection of our community, and I say our community is amazing,” said Mark Eby, President/CEO. “This growth is thanks to all of our supporters. Our generous donors, dedicated volunteers and staff, and all of those who have opened their homes to help the animals. It really is a community effort.”

Kansas Humane Society Highlights from 2013

  • KHS spayed or neutered 8,918 animals. 3,297 were donor-subsidized for low-income owners.
  • Our foster homes helped over 1,600 pets who just needed some extra time and care.
  • KHS reached over 17,000 children in our community.
  • 8,379 pets found new homes. An increase of 1,114 adoptions over 2012.
  • Save Rate of 86% the first quarter of 2014.

Kansas Humane Society

See more statistics at kshumane.org/about/statistics.

See all pets for adoption at 3313 N. Hillside in Wichita, call (316) 524-9196 or visit www.kshumane.org.

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