These poor puppies are at our Main Campus receiving medical and treatment for demodectic mange, sarcoptic mange, skin and eye infections, and a variety of worms. They are exhausted from so many illnesses, and they are sleeping much of the day – just what their bodies need. Perhaps even worse than their physical ailments, these puppies have not had positive experiences with people, and so they are extremely fearful.
These puppies -- whom we have yet to name – will need months of TLC and many resources to help them become the happy, healthy puppies they should be and to be ready for adoption. Can you help by making a tax-deductible donation?
As heartbreaking as this photo is, we are grateful these dogs came to our doors, where they will receive lifesaving medical and behavioral help thanks to donors like you.
The Kentucky Humane Society does not receive government funding and relies on your support to fund our mission and transform lives. Charity Navigato, America's leading independent charity evaluator, has awarded KHS its highest ranking of four stars: so you can be assured that we will use your gift wisely.
If you wish to help our animals, please give online at www.kyhumane.org/donate. If you prefer to mail your gift, mail to: Development Office, Kentucky Humane Society, 1000 Lyndon Lane, Louisville KY 40222.
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Update - 10.20.15
It’s been seventeen days since the two neglected puppies arrived at the Kentucky Humane Society in desperate need of medical attention. We are happy to report that the two dogs, now named Chance and Grace, are doing much better! Thanks to the dedication and care from staff and volunteers, their once raw skin has begun growing fur, they are rid of skin and eye infections and they are starting to learn what it means to be a loved pet. The pair are up playing with toys and each other but are still wary of people. Chance is the braver of the two dogs and will venture out to take treats from new people. Grace is still pretty shy and will need more TLC before she learns people aren’t so bad. They were spayed/neutered yesterday and will be going home with an experienced Foster caregiver hopefully this week in order to continue medical treatment and socialization.
Thank you once again for helping us with pets like Chance and Grace through your donations.