KHS will be closed to the public for the holidays on the following days:
Feeders Supply adoption centers will close at 4 p.m. on Christmas Eve and 5 p.m. on New Year's Eve. All our adoption centers will be closed on Christmas Day and New Year's Day.
Healthy Pets Clinic will be open December 22 and then closed throughout the holiday, reopening December 26. Healthy Pets will also be closed Tuesday, New Year's Day.
KHS Pet Resorts will close to the public at noon on both Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve, and they will be closed to the public on Christmas and New Year's Day.
Admissions will close at 3 p.m. Christmas Eve and New Years Eve, and will be closed on Christmas and New Year's Day. Admissions are by appointment only.
Have a safe and happy holiday!
This Saturday, December 1, Kentucky Humane Society adopters can give a grateful pet a home for the holidays and pay adoption fees of just $20 – thanks to BISSELL Pet Foundation’s Empty the Shelters–Holiday Hope event.
Lillian Brooks is a volunteer at the S.N.I.P. Clinic assisting within the recovery department. Her primary duties include caring for kittens after their spay/neuter surgeries. Additionally, Lillian volunteers with Alley Cat Advocates, which partners with the S.N.I.P Clinic for spay/neuters. Lillian will often come back to the clinic in the evenings to prep the new kittens from Alley Cat Advocates for their surgeries and feed those that are awake.
Every day dogs, cats and horses come to the Kentucky Humane Society in need of love, attention and medical care. For an ordinary dog or cat, we spend an average of $250 to spay/neuter, vaccinate and microchip the animal, preparing them for their forever homes. Your donations make that possible. You help animals prepare to find homes. Thank you.
All Feeders Supply adoption center locations will be closed on Thanksgiving Day. They will close at 5 p.m. on Wednesday night. Our adoption centers will be open regular hours on Friday. Have a safe and happy holiday!
Snuggling before an open fire with a warm, furry companion is many people's dream. It's many furry companion's dream, too. This November, fall in love with an adult kitty for an adoption fee of $20.
Dear Friends of KHS,
Hi! My name is Beth, and I work for the Kentucky Humane Society. I’m also a donor. When I’m asked, “why do you give to the Kentucky Humane Society?” My first thought is how could I not give?
Today we share a foster's experience in her own words.
My name is Tina Dotson. I am a licensed optician and I manage the 20/20 Eye Care store in Shepherdsville, KY. I am married and have three grown children.
My husband, John, and I are volunteer fosters for the Kentucky Humane Society. I primarily foster pregnant or nursing mamas.
Eager to give back to her community, Jennifer Schoenegge joined our team of volunteers, assisting with our shelter’s unique Pet Photography Program. The primary purpose of Pet Photography is to take portraits of adoptable animals and place the images on the main website for the general public to view. These lifesaving photos contribute to many of our animal’s finding their forever homes!