Cox’s and Evergreen Liquors selling $10 raffles thru April 29
Feeling lucky? For just $10 a chance, you could take home SIX bottles of Pappy Van Winkle, the most sought-after bourbon in the world! Cox’s and Evergreen Liquors have partnered with the Kentucky Humane Society to give away the bottles during their spring 2021 Pappy Van Winkle charity raffle.
Get ready to leash up your walking buddy and join fellow animal lovers for the pet event of the year. Sign up today for this year’s VIRTUAL Waggin’ Trail Walk for the Animals and give shelter animals like Ethan a second chance at life! Our virtual charity walk takes place June 4-6.
Are you looking for the purrfect feline companion? Now is a great time to adopt!
Through March 27, you an adopt a cat one year or older for just $10 plus applicable licensing fees. The adoption special is valid at the Kentucky Humane Society's East Campus at 1000 Lyndon Lane and the Sam Swope Pet LTC (also called the Main Campus) at 241 Steedly Drive.
Ethan the rescue was adopted by his foster family on March 10, 2021! Watch the adoption celebration on Facebook Live.
Ethan was dumped dying at the Kentucky Humane Society on January 29. But against all odds – Ethan, whose name means "enduring" and "long lived" in Hebrew – not only survived, but he is now a happy, healthy dog who has become a symbol of hope and love for so many.
We will be broadcasting Ethan's adoption celebration on Facebok Live. Learn more
Follow the story of Ethan, the miracle dog who survived starvation and has become a symbol of love and hope for so many. This page has updates in chronological order, with the mot recent updates at the bottom. For the most up-to-date information, follow our Facebook page, www.facebook.com/kyhumane.
January 29, 2021: Today around 12 pm, a dying dog was left in the KHS parking lot. Someone dropping off wish list donations saw the dog and alerted staff, who rushed him to our Veterinary Services department.
We immediately began working to try to save his life, warming him with heated blankets and warm IV fluids. Ethan, as we have named him, was so weak he could not lift his head. He is the thinnest dog we have ever seen that was still breathing. This rack of bones weighs just 38 pounds, when he should be about 80 pounds. The outline of every bone can be seen from his dehydrated skin, and his muscle loss is extreme, as his body tried to find any fuel to survive. Ethan was also filthy from feces and urine