On October 9 the Kentucky Humane Society (KHS) received 14 cats who were rescued by Animal Rescue Corps (ARC) during their “Operation Feline Freedom." The cats were removed from a former cat sanctuary in Morris Chapel, TN.
A number of the cats arrived at KHS suffering from upper respiratory and eye infections, possibly due to overcrowding in the home where they were rescued, according to Andrea Blair, KHS spokesperson.
We are thrilled to announce that 82 Kentucky Humane Society dogs, cats, puppies and kittens found homes on Saturday, October 12, 2019, during BISSELL Pet Foundation's Empty the Shelters event!
BISSELL Pet Foundation Sponsoring Adoption Fees Oct. 12
$25 dog adoptions and $0 cat adoptions at KHS East Campus and Feeders Supply adoption centers
After placing over 23,000 pets in homes since 2016, BISSELL Pet Foundation (BPF) is back to Empty the Shelters at participating animal shelters across the country, including the Kentucky Humane Society (KHS). On Saturday, October 12, KHS is reducing adoption fees on dogs to just $25 and will be charging no adoption fees on cats. BPF sponsors the remaining adoption fees.
To anyone who has worked with Miniature horses, it’s no surprise that these little horses can have mighty big personalities.
This is especially true with Henry, Maggie and Hope.
These three “minis,” as Miniature horses are often called, were more than a handful. These horses had never been trained, and after their owner died, they were taken in by another relative. Vanessa and her boyfriend had no experience with horses, but they loved their uncle, and they wanted to try to take care of the minis in honor of him.
LOUISVILLE KY – Coldwell-Banker’s national “Homes for Dogs Project” is this weekend, and the McMahan Co. office, based in Crestwood KY, is teaming up with the Kentucky Humane Society to lower adoption fees for all adult animals at the KHS East Campus, 1000 Lyndon Lane.