Submitted by Humane Society for Southwest Washington

This gentle and kind boy is Kahekili. You guessed it, he hails from Hawaii. (Like the King of Maui, which is where he’s from.) He is a good boy who likes to go sit outside at cafes and he loves to roll in the grass. Kahekili needs a home with dogs over 40 pounds. He would do well in a home with kids over the age of 12, who can respect his space. Please bring in any children or dogs living at home so we can make sure it’s a perfect match!

 Humane Society for Southwest Washington Kahekili adoptable dog
Kahekili has come all the way from Hawaii to find a new home. Photo courtesy:  Humane Society for Southwest Washington

The volunteer who took him on a “pack walk” and a run keeps telling him he’s a good boy. He knows that but he still loves to hear it and will give lots of kisses. She said she really liked how calm he was in the car and what a good walker/runner he is, and how little he barked. What a good dog! Adopt Kahekili today!

Type: Dog
Breed: All American Mixed Breed
Sex: Male
Age: 6 years, 2 months
Weight: 67.0 lbs

Meet Koda! Koda is a lovable cat who is looking for a new home where he can be an indoor-only. You see, Koda tested positive for FIV (feline immunodeficiency virus.) Due to this, he is unable to fight off sicknesses as well as other kitties are able to and he will need to be kept indoors only. Koda would like to go to a home with no other kitties, unless they have FIV as well. Koda loves to play and also loves to get attention. We think he would be an awesome cat for almost anyone! Please ask to meet Koda today!

 Humane Society for Southwest Washington Koda adoptable cat
Koda loves to play and is looking for a special home. Photo courtesy:  Humane Society for Southwest Washington

Type: Cat
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Sex: Male
Age: 1 years, 7 months
Weight: 10.75 lbs

Humane Society for Southwest Washington has many great pets. To meet the pets of the week, or to see who else is waiting for a home, please visit the Humane Society for Southwest Washington website.  You can also call the adoption center at 360-693-4746 or visit the shelter located at 1100 NE 192nd Ave, Vancouver.

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