Purrfect Day Cafe held a kitten shower for KHS on April 14, 2019. Turnout was fantastic and the gifts and offers to help us with kittens this season. In addition, the cafe has donated over $17,500 and found homes for 825 cats so far this year!
Sweet Valentine had a broken leg and a broken heart.
She was abandoned by her family after she was hit by a car. They couldn’t afford the operation to remove her shattered leg. And neither could the rural animal shelter that took her in.
Emily is a nine-year-old kitty who came to the Kentucky Humane Society from an overcrowded shelter. Emily came in confused and alone. She hid from strangers. But with big, soulful eyes, Emily let us know how much she craved attention.
Meet Debbie Wohner! Debbie is a Legal Assistant at a local law firm here in Louisville. As a volunteer, Debbie works at our signature events, Waggin’ Trail, Tuxes & Tails and Picture Your Pets with Santa. In addition, she manages several Belly Bank locations.
The Kentucky Humane Society is preparing for an influx of kittens this spring. To help us gather all the supplies we and the kittens will need, we are hosting a kitten shower at Purrfect Day Café on Sunday, April 14, from 3-6 p.m.
Aurelia Zilinskas is a full-time student at the University of Louisville. She is two months away from graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing.
Aurelia currently volunteers at the Sam Swope Pet TLC in the Pet Photography Department. Aurelia assists with photographing and posing animals for pictures. This program focuses on capturing high-quality images of adoptable animals that our staff uses on the website and for PR/marketing purposes. She is thankful for “the opportunity to meet and interact with each pet as they become a great memory to me,” she says.
Valentine came to the Kentucky Humane Society with a shattered leg and a wounded heart. Your gift of love to the Kentucky Humane Society is giving this girl the chance to find love again.