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Join Us Online for Tuxes & Tails “MasFURade” Gala Sept. 19

Make plans to join the Kentucky Humane Society’s Tuxes & Tails “MasFURade” Gala remotely on Saturday, September 19, from 6:20-8:30 p.m. Don’t “mask” your excitement, as this enchanting evening will stream live on Facebook and YouTube. Hosted by Angie Fenton from WHAS11 Great Day Live, the gala will feature special four-legged guest appearances, raffles, a […]

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Waggin’ Trail Takes Over Great Day Live!

This Year’s Waggin’ Trail Walk for the Animals Goes Virtual! Grr-ab your leashes and four-legged best friend for the Kentucky Humane Society’s Waggin’ Trail Walk for the Animals, presented by Hill’s Pet Nutrition. Register online, invite others to join you, and take a walk with anytime August 7-9 to save lives! This year’s charity walk

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Declare a Cat’s Independence: Adoption Special

Help a grateful shelter cat declare their kitty independence by adopting before July 5! During the “Cat Independence Adoption Celebration” June 30- July 5, 2020, cats 1 year and older can be adopted for a reduced adoption fee of $17.76, in honor of the founding of our country. Jefferson County adopters also pay for pet

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Virtual Cat Training

Virtual Cat Training KHS is now offering Cat Training by video chat! Work with a certified behavior trainer who specializes in feline behavior one-on-one through a live video chat. We can address litter box issues, relationships between dogs and cats in the household, destructive scratching, impolite play, exercise and enrichment, manners and obedience, harness and

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Injured Kitten Recovering at the Kentucky Humane Society

Maggie is a very tiny two-month-old calico who arrived at the Kentucky Humane Society on June 3, 2020 with a horrific injury. The poor kitten’s right front paw had been degloved leaving behind a painful, necrotic foot that was infested with maggots. Our veterinary team went right to work cleaning her wound and treating her

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Blind Puppy Given Second Chance

Matilda is a ten-month-old puppy who arrived at the Kentucky Humane Society on death’s door. The poor pup had been diagnosed with Canine Parvovirus, a highly contagious viral disease of dogs that commonly causes acute gastrointestinal illness. In addition to parvo, Matilda appeared to be having trouble with her vision and was suffering from Congenital

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