$20,000 Raised for Animals during Fall Giveathon Oct. 13!

UPDATE October 14, 2021: We are thrilled that hundreds of animal lovers joined our Fall Giveathon by donating to help the animals on October 13! With your help, we raised $20,184!

That’s enough to save an additional 81 animals – giving them lifesaving vaccines and medical care, spay/neuter surgeries, nutritious food, comfy beds and lots of love – until we can find them new homes and families to love them. On behalf of Kentucky’s dogs, cats and horses that will be impacted by your support, thank you!

For inspiring stories about animals your support helps, follow KHS on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. And follow our horse program on Facebook.


Exciting news! Our Fall Givethon is Wednesday, October 13, and we invite YOU to help us save more lives during this 24 hours of giving!

Follow us on Facebook and Twitter on Wednesday for live updates and inspiring stories of animals rescued because of your generosity!

In addition, join us on WHAS11 from 4 to 6:30 p.m. – we will be broadcasting live throughout the news hours. We’ll have special animal guests – and perhaps even a surprise matching gift!

Our goal is to raise $20,000 to help the animals through our Fall Giveathon. Can you help us reach this goal by donating online?

You can also donate by texting the keyword KHS to 76278.

You can donate during the Giveathon on October 13 – or you can donate early! Your gift will help ensure that every homeless animal in Kentuckiana can find a home.

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Questions about our gift? Call us at 502-515-3134. You can also mail checks to: Kentucky Humane Society, 1000 Lyndon Lane Suite B, Louisville KY 40222.

The Amazing Veterinary Care at Kentucky Humane Society

TUNE IN WEDNESDAY!

I’ll be live at Kentucky Humane Society from 4:30 to 6:00PM for their Fall Giveathon, raising money to support all of the amazing work that they do. That includes their veterinary care. KHS doesn’t just take care of the injured and sick animals in Louisville–they take in animals from throughout the state, many of which would be euthanized otherwise due to cost barriers or lack of staffing at other shelters.

Your generosity will literally save lives, and I thank you in advance for being a hero! 🙂

Posted by Rob Harris on Tuesday, October 12, 2021

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