Every single day, the Kentucky Humane Society receives animals in urgent need of lifesaving care. But we couldn’t do it without your help!
This poor dog is recovering after emergency surgery at KHS to remove multiple large mammary tumors. Please keep Molly Mae in your thoughts as she begins the long recovery process and we address her many medical needs. She is being kept comfortable with pain medications and lots of TLC.
While we don’t know much about Molly Mae’s background, it is clear she was medically neglected for a very long time: she had the most mammary tumors we have ever seen, a wound on her abdomen, and she was missing much of her fur due to skin infections. Mammary tumors are more common in older unspayed female dogs, as progesterone can cause mammary cells to multiply. We are having the tumors biopsied to see if they are cancerous. Despite the discomfort Molly is in, she is a loving, sweet dog who loves getting butt scratches.
December 1 is #GivingTuesday, and we want to do something big. With YOUR help, we hope to raise $20,000 before midnight on Dec. 1. This is enough to prepare an additional 80 animals for adoption.
On Thanksgiving Day, all of us at the Kentucky Humane Society want to say "THANK YOU" for being a friend to the animals!
We have great news! Monday is "Match Monday," and an anonymous couple is matching donations in honor of their grand dogs, Sir Winston and Mr. Darcy.
Charlie, a sweet two-year-old dog, arrived at the Kentucky Humane Society in need of emergency care after a wooden skewer was found embedded in his chest.
You can support the animals at the Kentucky Humane Society with your purchases from Amazon! Since 2014, KHS has received over $14,000 in donations because of Amazon shoppers like you! Purchases truly add up to saving lives!
The Kentucky Humane Society is caring for an extremely emaciated Chihuahua with a body condition score of 1 out of 9, which is the lowest score an animal can have and still be alive. Her temperature was just 90 degrees (11 degrees lower than normal) when she arrived on June 15.
Dear Friend of the Animals,
The animals at the Kentucky Humane Society desperately need your help.
Hundreds of dogs, cats and horses are in need of lifesaving care, loving attention and forever homes.
And during the coronavirus pandemic, it’s become even more challenging to help these animals. Our resources are stretched to the limit.