Two-Hour Delay for Main Campus, East Campus, Friday, March 6
Our Main Campus on Steedly Drive and East Campus on Lyndon Lane will have a two-hour delay on Friday March 6. Main Campus Admissions will open at 10:30 a.m. and Adoptions will open at 1 p.m. Our East Campus Adoptions center will open at noon. Our S.N.I.P. Clinic will be open. Feeders Supply adoption centers will follow the Feeders Supply schedule. Keep your pets safe and warm - and enjoy the snow!
- Want to donate to support our lifesaving mission?
- Looking to adopt a dog, adopt a cat or adopt or foster a horse?
- Need your dog or cat spayed or neutered?
- Have a pet question you need answered?
- Need a fun, effective dog training class?
- Looking for pet boarding, grooming or Doggie Daycare for your beloved companion?
- Would your child enjoy a pet-focused camp or workshop?
Whatever your dog, cat or horse related need is, the Kentucky Humane Society wants to help! Trust the pet experts at the Kentucky Humane Society to help you with your pet needs and questions.
About the Kentucky Humane Society
As a private, non-profit animal welfare agency and the state's largest no-kill shelter, the Kentucky Humane Society (KHS) finds loving homes for more than 6,500 cats and dogs a year at our nine adoption locations in Louisville and Southern Indiana. We also spay or neuter more than 10,000 local cats and dogs a year - helping reduce the number of unwanted pets.
Thanks to the community’s continued support, we’re making Louisville and its surrounding areas a better place for local cats and dogs and the people who love them.
KHS does more than you probably think! Not only are we here to help the area’s homeless cats and dogs, but we’re here to help you have a better relationship with your beloved pet. And in 2015, we began adding support for horses. More about KHS
The Kentucky Humane Society is an ASPCA Community Partner and a Best Friends No More Homeless Pets Network Partner.