We do not euthanize healthy or treatable animals, reserving euthanasia for terminally ill, severly injured or animals that are a danger to the public.


Our ability to maintain a "humane shelter policy" requires the support and committment of adopters, volunteers, and the communities we serve.


Your donations, along with adoption fees, are our primary means of financial support.  We do not receive government support.  We thank our amazing volunteers and donors for sharing their generosity and talent year around.



The Kingman County Humane Society in Kingman, KS was established in 2001. It is operated by volunteers dedicated to finding permanent, loving homes for the animals under their care.


Until permanent homes can be found, our animals are cared for in our shelter or in foster homes where they can be assessed for temperament, and given lots of attention.


Our mission is to create and support meaningful connections by enhancing the lives of dogs, cats and the people in our communities who love them. 

We strive to reduce animal population through mandatory spay/neuter of all adoptable pets.




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