KHS and LMAS will "Share the Love" at Neil Huffman Subaru
The Kentucky Humane Society (KHS) and Louisville Metro Animal Services (LMAS) will join the ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®) and Subaru of America for Subaru's annual year-end "Share the Love" campaign and celebration which runs through January 2, 2013.
"Share the Love" gives new car buyers and leasees the opportunity to donate $250 to one of five charities – including the ASPCA. One hundred percent of the ASPCA's "Share the Love" donation is targeted for distribution as grants to animal welfare organizations in all 50 states and Louisville Metro Animal Services and the Kentucky Humane Society are pleased to be a recipient of one of these grants.
In addition, Neil Huffman Subaru is collecting Wish List items for shelter pets at both organizations through January 2. The public is invited to bring needed items such as soft treats, bedding, toys, kongs, cat litter, puppy pads, bandanas and cleaning supplies to Neil Huffman Subaru. View the KHS Wish List.
"We are encouraging the community to drop off wish list items to our dealership on Dixie Highway to help Louisville animals," said Chuck Norton of Neil Huffman Subaru. "Toys, beds, treats, cleaning supplies... every little bit helps."
"Many families have sadly had to part with their pets in recent years as a result of the economic downturn," said LMAS Director Justin Scally. "These funds from the ASPCA will help expand our safety net program in order to keep more families together."
"Partnering with LMAS and Subaru is a great way to help our homeless animals find a Home for the Holidays," said Lori Redmon, KHS president and CEO.
To learn more about the Share the Love campaign, visit www.aspca.org/subaru.
As ASPCA Community Partners, KHS and LMAS are working together to save more lives. LMAS is an open-admissions public shelter and the state's largest animal control agency. KHS is a private nonprofit and is Kentucky's largest pet adoption agency. Together, the shelters take in more than 16,000 cats and dogs a year.