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Due to the Stay Home, Stay Healthy proclamation made by the Governor Inslee, WCHS must close to the public effective Thursday 3/26.  

We have been in contact with Pullman Police and are approved to continue providing essential care to the current shelter residents, however we will be unable to perform the following services:

- No adoptions
- No accepting or processing adoption applications
- No public assistance
- No Pooch Park assistance
- No owner surrenders
- No volunteers or visitors

Thank you for your support and understanding during this difficult time. We look forward to seeing you all again once we can do so safely!  If you wish to still support our organization during this difficult time you may donate using the donate link at the top of this page.  Stay healthy!

WCHS values the human/animal bond, provides stewardship for homeless pets and promotes compassionate treatment of all companion animals. With your help we can make a difference. Learn more and get involved.

*Numbers do not include exotics.

WCHS Egg Hunt

WCHS Egg Hunt

Since last year was so much fun, we will be hosting another Egg Hunt this year!

This event is for children 12 years of age and under. We have hundreds of eggs, activity tables, and face painting. $5 per entry. All money raised or donated goes into our general fund to help us help homeless pets!

This event is on April 5th, 2020. Registration and activity tables start at 1pm and the egg hunt is at 1:30pm! Activity tables will be available for use until 3pm.

This year, we will also have our Tutus for Teeth table running at the same time where you can purchase and make your own pet tutu for $8. The funds from this fundraiser go into our dental fund to help homeless pets get the dental procedures they need to be happy and healthy.

As always, you can also come and visit with our adoptable animals during the event! Come out, support your local shelter, and have fun doing it!