KHS

28 October 2019 In Horses

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.

22 July 2019 In Dogs

A few weeks ago we introduced you to Lavender, one-year-old dog who had two-inch-deep wounds caused by an embedded collar. You won't believe how great she looks now!

05 July 2019 In Dogs

Because you are a supporter of the Kentucky Humane Society, we wanted you to be among the first to know about a dog we just saved.

22 January 2018 In Dogs

An underweight dog who was found sleeping on trash bags a few miles from Maker’s Mark Distillery was rescued and brought to the Kentucky Humane Society.

20 November 2017 In Dogs

Some animals have terribly difficult lives before they arrive at our doors. Danny is one of them. Read about his dramatic rescue and how you can help....

13 October 2015 In Cats

Flicka May Need Amputation – Time Will Tell

On September 26, a Kentucky Humane Society employee was driving home in Bullitt County when she learned a tiny kitten had been struck by a car. Sadly, no one had stopped to help.

09 June 2015 In Cats

On June sixth, a couple was awoken by screams and cries of panic coming from their backyard. What they saw sent them racing into their yard, horrified and speechless. A poor cat’s foot had been caught in between the boards of their privacy fence, leaving the distressed cat dangling upside down, trying to free himself. When they reached the fence they saw scratch marks, tuffs of cat hair and even teeth marks from where the desperate feline had tried to free himself.  They made several attempts to free the cat’s leg with no success. Feeling the limb grow colder by the minute, they decided to take apart their fence and were finally able to free the trapped cat. The frantic couple then rushed the feline to the Kentucky Humane Society to see if anything could be done to help him.

12 May 2015 In Dogs

Twelve dogs rescued from extreme neglect are now recuperating at the Kentucky Humane Society (KHS) in Louisville after a three-hour drive from an emergency shelter in Lebanon, Tenn. The dogs, which range in age from 12 weeks to 10 years, are a variety of small breeds, including Yorkies, Shih tzus, Poodles, Maltese, Terriers and Hounds.