KSN’s Pet Project: Brooklyn looking for a new owner to be a girl’s girl with

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) — Kansas Humane Society’s Director of Communications Jordan Bani-Younes brought in Brooklyn, a dog, to KSN’s Pet Project Thursday afternoon. She weighs 45 pounds and is 2 years old.

Bani-Younes said she loves women.

“We have a lot of women out in your lobby. She absolutely loved playing with them,” said Bani-Younes. “She’s a great feminist.”

He also said that Brooklyn loves to be pet and loves snacks. She also does really well in a car, as well as walking on a leash.

The KHS’s website has more details about Brooklyn.

Girl Scout cookie season begins Feb. 9

The KHS’s Puppy Grams are on sale now through Saturday, just in time for Valentine’s Day. Each one will have a pawprint and a saying on it. They are $15 each. You can purchase them on kshumane.org.

The KHS is having a Taco Tuesday Give-Back Night at all three Wichita Fuzzy’s locations from 5 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 6. Mention the KHS at the register, and 30% of sales will go back toward helping local pets.

At 7:05 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 10, at Intrust Bank Arena, the KHS is hosting Pucks & Pups Night at the Wichita Thunder game. All the proceeds from purchased dog tickets will go to the KHS and Beauty and Beasts Rescue. You can purchase tickets on selectaseat.com.

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