Ferel Cat Program - We have a feral cat program that has been funded by a Sands Foundation grant. An appointment can be made to bring in a feral cat for spay or neuter and vaccinations. The cat's ear will be clipped and the cat will be released back to the same area. Since 2011 through this program we have spayed or neutered over 288 cats. For more details on this program call 293-4936
Last Updated 5/10/16
The Shelter is open Monday through Wednesday and Friday and Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to noon. We will be closed to visitors on Thursdays. Sunday the Shelter is open from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Call for an appointment if our regular hours don't work. 406-293-kpfl(5735)
An unspayed female cat, her mate and all of their offspring, producing 2 litters per year, with only 2.8 surviving kittens per litter can total:
1 year - 12
2 years - 67
3 years - 376
4 years - 2,107
5 years - 11,801
6 years - 66,088
7 years - 370,092
8 years - 2,072,514
9 years - 11,606,077
Did You Know
To donate one of the Kuranda products
Monday, June 13, 2016
at 6:00 p.m.
During the summer our meetings move around depending on weather, availability etc. so call 293-kpfl to find location
Everyone is welcome to come and join in or just to see what we do.
If you have questions or need directions please
We need and welcome new volunteers to work with the pets at the Shelter. It's up to you how much time you can spend. We are all volunteers and do what we can. Call Tami, Shelter Director, if you can help. Please leave a message if no one is at Shelter. 293-kpfl(5735)
KPFL Microchipping Program - To make an appointment to have your pet microchipped call 293-4936. The microchipping program was begun in February 2012 and over 300 pets have been microchipped.
The charge is $15 if you have a pet that was adopted from KPFL at an earlier date. For $35 anyone with a pet can make an appointment and bring their pet in for microchipping. If you are adopting a pet from KPFL it will have already been microchipped.
Ty was at our shelter for quite a while, and just found a home a couple of months ago. He needed a biopsy, and then surgery on some benign tumors. His adopted family has gotten the surgery done and Ty is happy, much healthier, sllimed down a bit, has an improved coat with the healthy lifestyle he now has. He has found a wonderful home and is fitting into the family perfectly. He likes the water, and now that his stitches are healed he will be able to enjoy it more. He also is having a great time riding in the car.
Yaakapalooza A big thank you to John Runkle and every one at the Dirty Shame Saloon for hosting the Yaakapalooza Benefit for Kootenai Pets for Life. The Friday night Evening with Northwest Writers, The Saturday Full Day of Live Music and the Saturday evening Flashback Prom provided something for everyone.
Thank you to everyone that participated.