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Help Kentucky’s Animals – Become a KHS Member Your annual membership to the Kentucky Humane Society helps us care for and find homes for grateful dogs, cats and horses. Become a 2021 member by donating. On behalf of the animals helped by your generosity, thank you for your compassion!  

Sponsor a Foal

Sponsor a Needy Foal You can help our Orphaned Foals by becoming a sponsor! Your donation supports our lifesaving work of rescuing Kentucky’s at-risk equines. You choose the foal you want to sponsor and the amount of your gift. Just click on the “Sponsor Me” link below.   Become a Guardian You can become a Sponsor-a-Foal …

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Baby, It’s Cold Outside

Keep Your Pet Happy in Inclement Weather By Shelby Schulz, Pet Help Line Coordinator When the weather outside is frightful, our pets are still ready to play! Physical exercise and mental stimulation are just as important in the winter months but can be tougher when outside activities are limited. However, you can keep your pet …

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Labor Day Safety Tips

The food is on the grill, the guests have arrived and the dog is … Oh No! Dogs can get into a lot of trouble at a family picnic. This Labor Day let’s keep all our pets safe. Here’s a few tips to make it easy. Big crowds can equal stressed pets. Any time you …

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Keep Pets Safe in Extreme Cold

Keep Pets Safe in Extreme Cold Cold Weather Pet Tips from the Kentucky Humane Society With temperatures dropping throughout the region, what can pet owners do to keep pets warm and healthy? Follow these tips provided by the Kentucky Humane Society: Do not leave pets outdoors when the temperature drops. If you have outdoor dogs, …

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Keep on Truckin’

Keep on Truckin’ Miracle cat survives being thrown from a car “I couldn’t believe what I was seeing,” says Larry Butler, a local truck driver and business owner. “I was driving on 265 in southern Indiana, and someone rolled down a car window. They had this little kitten dangling from their hand.” The sedan was …

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Debunking the Black Cat Myth

Debunking the Black Cat Myth Old Myths Die Hard With Halloween just around the corner, well-intentioned animal supporters are warning against the dangers of black cat adoptions on October 31. Some even advise animal welfare agencies against performing any adoptions of black cats the entire month of October. They fear that black cats will become …

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