All of our animals are fostered in private homes. If you'd like to meet a dog please fill out an application and we will schedule an appointment.
Dog/Puppy Applications HERE!
Cat/Kitten Applications HERE
Don't see what you're looking for?
Try Animal Protection!*
*Animal Protection is a Ketchikan-Gateway Borough facility and is in no way affiliated with the Ketchikan Humane Society (KHS.) KHS is an independent non-profit organization. The two organizations do share the same goals and work cooperatively to enhance the lives of animals in Ketchikan Alaska.
Kittens may be seen Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays in the lobby at Island to Island Veterinary Clinic. We'd like to thank Dr. Marna and her staff for being willing to give our rescues a place to show off and be seen. If you want to pet and hold, please ask a receptionist to call someone to open the condo doors for you.
Make sure your pet FINDS its way home after the unexpected happens.
FOR A SMALL DONATION TO THE KETCHIKAN HUMANE SOCIETY YOU CAN CHOOSE TO RECEIVE A CUSTOM-ENGRAVED PET TAG.
KHS $40 spay/neuter program
We strongly believe that spaying and neutering pets is the best way to keep them healthy and happy and the best way to prevent unwanted animals in our community. If you or someone you know can't afford to alter a cat or a dog, please consider our program for assistance.
click HERE to download an application
We now accept donations via credit card online! Donate now to help abandoned and abused animals in Southern Southeast Alaska. You can also make donations "In Honor Of" or "In Memoriam Of" another person or pet and have their photo featured on our website. We can also send a note to the family recognizing your donation. Helping animals in need is a nice way to remember or honor a pet or friend.
What We've Done
KHS has been rescuing since 2001 but formal statistics were not retained until 2009. We estimate that 300+ animals were rescued in the first eight years.
Since Dr. Marna opened Island to Island Veterinary Clinic in Ketchikan in 2012 we've been able to target feral cat populations in Ketchikan and offer a permanent low cost spay/neuter program.
Animals Rescued to date in 2016: 88
Animals Rescued since 2009: 747