Today at 3:30:
Meet Bitsy, a gorgeous, one-year-old Pit Bull Terrier mix with a smile that’s out of this world. Bitsy made her way to the Kentucky Humane Society from an overcrowded shelter, now that she’s here, she’s ready to find a family of her very own! If ever there was a competition for the world’s sweetest dog, Bitsy would take the cake. Bitsy is a total lover who wants nothing more than to give you kisses and stare deeply into your eyes. Her ear-to-ear grin, wrinkly forehead and caramel brown eyes are enough to melt the heart of every staff and volunteer she meets. Bitsy walks well on a leash and seems to have a good handle on her manners. She even knows some basic commands like sit and come! Bitsy is a very loyal girl who likes to stay close to her people. She doesn’t show much interest in toys, but she does love a good scratch behind the ears and an occasional belly rub. If you have a furry friend at home, Bitsy would love to meet them so she can make sure they can be friends! If Bitsy sounds like your match made in heaven, stop by and meet her today! Bitsy is spayed, micro-chipped and up-to-date on her vaccinations. Visit her at the Kentucky Humane Society’s Main Campus, 241 Steedly Drive in Louisville. Learn about all our adoptable pets at www.kyhumane.org or call 502-366-3355.
Dog Day at the Park is coming up on June 16th at Slugger field. This event raises money for the Kentucky Humane Society by allowing fans the opportunity to bring their dog(s) to the ballpark! Tickets for humans are offered at a discounted rate and tickets for dogs are only $3 wthl all proceeds going to the Kentucky Humane Society. Also, we are having an event called “Family Portraits with Your Pets” on June 27th from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at our Springhurst, Dixie Hwy and Middletown Feeders Supply locations. On this day we are encouraging people/families to come out and have their photo taken with their furry family member(s). Portrait sessions produced by and all proceeds go to the Kentucky Humane Society!
Hurray for The Riff Raff is a folk band fronted by singer/songwriter Alynda Lee Segarra. Her story is as interesting as the music they play. Recently, she was asked to write an article for American Songwriter Magazine for their “Blue Issue” about the women of the Blues genre. We talk about that, her music and her story plus she and her band play a couple of songs for us too.
Our star for The Paws Report today at 3:30 pm:
Meet Big Boy, a six-year-old domestic shorthair cat with lovely black and white markings. Big Boy lives up to his name, he is a big kitty. But he figures that means there’s more to love. And he does love some loving. He’d like a chance to sit beside you on the couch while you stroke his cheek and scratch his back. Big Boy is a friendly soul, and will accept attention from your friends, but he wants you to know that you’ll be his BFF if you take him home. Because of a health condition, Big Boy would be best suited as the only cat in the house; however, he seems tolerant of dogs who give him his space. Big boy is a TOTAL ham and brings a smile to everyone he meets. His hobbies include sitting in any available box and running in circles while chasing his tail. Don’t let his size fool you, Big Boy is one agile kitty. He loves to jump and climb and dreams of having a tall fortress where he can look over his kingdom. If you’re looking for an affection kitty with a big heart, please consider Big Boy! Big Boy is neutered, micro-chipped and up-to-date on his vaccinations. Visit him at the Kentucky Humane Society’s Main Campus, 241 Steedly Drive in Louisville. Learn about all our adoptable pets at www.kyhumane.org or call 502-366-3355.
It’s national Adopt a Shelter Cat month! In honor of this we are pairing with LMAS and having a month long adoption special on Fridays for our adult cats called $5 Feline Fridays. During kitten season many adult cats are passed over because they can’t compete with fluffy, adorable kittens so our promotion is to try and encourage people to adopt older cats.
Ben Thornewill, Tommy Siegel and Jesse Kristin are Jukebox The Ghost, a band that’s been together for almost a decade now. Ben’s piano playing dominates their sound most of the time except when they can’t fit a grand piano into our small studio. In this case, Tommy took the lead on his guitar for their in-studio performance before hitting the stage at May’s Waterfront Wednesday.