KPFL Microchipping Program - The microchipping program was begun in February 2012 At least once a month microchipping is offered at the KPFL Shelter. Call 293-4936 to make an appointment.
The charge is $10 if you have the pet done at the time of adoption from KPFL. It 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.
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 4/15/2015
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, May 11
at 6:00 p.m.
Flathead Valley Community College
Everyone is welcome to come and join in or just to see what we do.
If you have questions or need directions please
The Kootenai Pets for Life raffle drawing was held Saturday, February 28, at the Spring rummage sale for Kootenai Pets for Life. Eileen Carney was the winner of the Doggy Themed Picnic Quilt; Lisa Bargo was the winner of the $100 Gift Card from Rosauers; Jean Buhl was the winner of the Handcrafted Purse and the Beveled Glass Sun Catcher; and Jim Smart was the winner of the Pet Carrier.
On the left is Lisa Bargo, winner of the Rosauers Gift Card and Daunte Mesman, the boy who drew the winning tickets.
On the right is Linda Rodriguez, KPFL volunteer, and Jean Buhl, winner of the purse and sun catcher.
Bella and Beau - born in the KPFL Shelter several years ago. There were fostered as kittens and later adopted by the same family. They now live the easy life in New Mexico.
Send your photos and stories. We love to see them.
It's a busy time at the Shelter transitioning from Winter and heading towards Summer. Can you spare some time? There are lots of things to be done and we apprecaite any time from one hour or more. Talk with Tami White, Shelter Director at 293-kpfl (3735)