Dec. 3 is #GivingTuesday! In the next 24 hours, we want to do something big. With YOUR help, we hope to raise $10,000. This is enough to prepare an additional 40 animals for adoption. DONATE NOW
It takes $250 to provide each animal with food, medical care and a warm place to stay until they find their forever home. On this national day of giving, will you make a lifesaving gift to help the dogs, cats and horses in our care? We will share our progress throughout the day on Facebook and Twitter.
Let’s see how many more animals can we can save because of you and other kind donors!
Dear Friend of the Animals,
At just six weeks of age, Ruby had already known a lifetime of heartache.
She was abandoned by her owners in rural Kentucky. By the time her rescuers found her and brought her to the Kentucky Humane Society, both of her front legs were broken, and the tiny puppy was fighting for her life.
Without help, Ruby wouldn’t survive much longer. She needed urgent medical care to relieve her pain — and plenty of food, and loving attention to regain her strength and spirit.
The Kentucky Humane Society's Equine Program now has a new home. On Thursday, October 24, KHS dedicated Willow Hope Farm in Simpsonville. The farm is named after Willow, a recently found abandoned and extremely malnourished horses. Her will to survive inspired KHS to name their new barn in her honor.
This Sunday, Oct. 27, get up close and personal with a Kentucky Humane Society (KHS) rescue horse during “The Gallop Out to Bill Collins Equine Event” at Bill Collins Ford of Louisville, 4220 Bardstown Road.
From 12-3 pm, Silver Fox – a beautiful gray Quarter Horse – will be at this free event. There will also be adorable KHS puppies to play with, food, drinks, giveaways and a live remote with radio station WXMA 102.3.