Lifeline Animal Placement and Protection, Inc. (LAPP) is a Wichita, Kansas based non-profit animal rescue and adoption kennel. Volunteers have dedicated their time and hearts to save animals that have been abandoned, abused or were relinquished by their owners. LAPP tries to rescue animals from other over-flowing shelters to save them from being euthanized. The kennel does not euthanize animals.
Lending a helping hand: There are many animals at LAPP that are available for adoption by good people. There are other ways to help, monetary donations and tangible donations to LAPP is extremely appreciated. If you would like to adopt an animal, be a volunteer, or donate to LAPP, please call Pat at 316.807.8473. ~Lifeline is a 501© Non-Profit Organization. All donations are tax deductible.
Visit us every weekend to meet the LAPP Dogs All Showings are from 12 – 3 Petsmart West – 1st & 3rd Saturday Petco West & Petco Derby – 2nd Saturday Petsmart East – 4th Saturday Petsmart & Petco East – 5th Saturday (if available)See Also: Valley Central Animal Hospital
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Creating a Happy Community for Pets & People The Kansas Humane Society is a community resource for pets and people that helps abandoned and homeless animals in our community. Our animal shelter offers a wide variety of services to promote the human and animal bond. These include: pet adoption, dog training, youth education programs, spay/neuter services for the pets of low income families, community outreach, end of life services, animal rescue, pet rehoming, donation opportunities, Woofstock, and so much more.
KHS is proud to give animals the care, comfort, hope, and the second chance at a new life they deserve!