With winter come a host of challenges for the dogs in our life. From ensuring they stay warm to avoiding the chemicals used to melt snow, we must be vigilant.
The 2017 Pet Calendars are in, and they are lovely. For all who submitted photos, thanks for making this the best calendar yet! The calendars are $12.99 and are available for purchase at:
KHS Main Campus, 241 Steedly Drive, Louisville
KHS East Campus, 1000 Lyndon Lane, Louisville
Feeders Supply Locations
KHS Eastpoint Pet Resort, 13310 Magisterial Drive
KHS Fern Creek Pet Resort, 5225 Bardstown Road
We are also offering them online. Enjoy an adorable calendar and help our shelter pets. Get yours today!
Ten-year-old Tulip came to the Kentucky Humane Society as a stray in early October. Upon arriving, it was quickly discovered that Tulip was unable to use her hind legs.
A world full of misery, surrounded by death. That was Murphy's life and the lives of over 170 other desperate pets trapped in a horrific hoarding situation.
Perhaps for years, Murphy was kept on a chain. Heartworm positive, he had almost given up hope. He was so thin you could count the bones along his spine. In addition, Murphy was missing half the fur on his body.
That was his sad existence — until a fateful day in August, when Animal Rescue Corps and local authorities rescued the animals during their Operation Dog Days of Summer.
The Kentucky Humane Society's annual fundraiser Picture Your Pets with Santa will arrive with the holiday season, and we need your help. We are looking for Santas and other volunteers to make this event happen.
Do you remember Bert and Ernie from Sesame Street? They were best friends. This Bert and this Ernie are best friends as well, and they have been for 15 years. Both cats have lived together for their entire lives, and now at the ripe old age of 15, these sweet fellows were brought to the Kentucky Humane Society. Bert and Ernie were brought here because their owner’s health had declined to the point where she could no longer care for them. After spending some time at KHS they were finally adopted together, but were returned again because their new owner could not care for them due to health as well. Now these seniors are looking for a new home to spend the remainder of their life, together.
Today, September 15, the Kentucky Humane Society (KHS) will participate in the Community Foundation of Louisville's Give Local Louisville Day. During this 24-hour, online "Give Day," the community is asked to donate to their favorite local charities.
Please give to the Kentucky Humane Society, our state's largest pet adoption agency and no-kill animal shelter. Make a difference for our animals by selecting KHS on the Give Local Louisville website before 11:59 p.m. on Thursday. Your donations will be supplemented through matching and prize dollars, all going to support our lifesaving mission.
Your donation matters. Please give today!
PetFirst Pet Insurance reminds us that a busy cat is a healthy cat and calls on all of us to care for the felines in our home through play, proper veterinarian care and healthy diet.
The Kentucky Humane Society is teaming up with Best Friends Animal Society to help you find your MVP. During the month of September, select dogs and cats will be available for a $25 adoption fee.