Their Voice

companion animal resources

 Homeless Pet
Veterinary Assistance
Grant Application 2018


Click Here To Download Application
Homeless pet owners can apply to receive assistance with Veterinarian care by downloading this application. 

Please return the applications via email to :
info@their-voice.org

You can also turn in applications to
Pet Town in Port Orchard
located at:

Pet Town
 1948 SE Lund Ave #101
Port Orchard, WA 98366

Local Resources for Pet Owners in Need

Their Voice occasionally  holds fundraisers in order to raise money for homeless pet owners who need financial assistance with their pet's care within Kitsap County. 

Below is a list of other local resources you can contact for assistance with your pet. Not every organization can provide the care you may need.  You will have to contact the various organizations to see if you qualify for assistance. 
 


Paws of Bremerton - offering spay/neuter programs, cat adoption center, and low cost vaccination services and education. 

Kitsap Humane Society - Low cost spay/neuter programs, low cost vaccine and microchip clinics

Jimmy’s Fund at the Kitsap Humane Society - financial assistance to pet owners in need. 

Animal Rescue Families - Whenever possible, emergency placement, food and medical services for pets is available to approved responsible low-income families and senior citizens.

Northwest Spay and Neuter CenterTacoma (spay/neuter assistance for owned pets and feral cats)

Concern for Animals - Thurston, Mason and Lewis Counties (spay/neuter, pet food and veterinary care assistance)

Paws of Bainbridge Island- Bainbridge Island and North Kitsap (spay/neuter, vaccination, pet food, veterinary care assistance; additional services for seniors)

Forget me not Animal Shelter -  Republic, WA (spay/neuter assistance)

Olympic Mountain Pet Pals -  Jefferson County (spay/neuter assistance for low-income pet owners, TNR for community cats)

Humane Society for Seattle/King County - Bellevue (low-income senior citizen's pet food assistance, discounted spay/neuter and microchipping, pet project assistance for individuals disabled by AIDS)

Seattle Humane Society - Seattle (services for low-income, disabled, and senior pet owners: spay/neuter, vaccination, pet food, veterinary care assistance) 

Progressive Animal Welfare Society - Lynnwood (spay/neuter assistance, microchip and vaccination assistance, behavior helpline)

Pet Savers -  Spokane (spay/neuter assistance)


Whatcom Humane Society - Bellingham (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

Whidbey Animals' Improvement Foundation (WAIF) - Whidbey Island (spay/neuter assistance for owned cats and ferals, crisis care assistance, pet food banks, and temporary foster care)

Value Pet Clinic -  6 locations in the Puget Sound area, affordable health care for animals.