Singing duo and songwriting partners John & Jacob were here for our first Winter Wednesday of the season. During their visit to the studio, they performed a couple of songs – including Be My Girl, which was recently featured on the ABC’s series Nashville.
Today at 3:30pm meet Marco, an eight-year-old Shih Tzu mix available for adoption from the Kentucky Humane Society. We don’t know much about Marco’s past because he came in from another shelter. But we do know that he loves to play fetch. He will go get the ball and make you chase him until you throw it for him to go and retrieve. Other than playing fetch, Marco is very laid back. He is an older dog so he doesn’t need as much attention, just love. Marco knows commands like sit and appears to be potty trained. Marco does have dry eyes and feels better with artificial tear drops, and he appears to be blind in one eye. But he doesn’t mind, so you shouldn’t either! He is neutered, micro-chipped and up-to-date on all his vaccinations. Come meet Marco today at the Kentucky Humane Society’s Main Campus. Visit www.kyhumane.org to view all adoptable dogs and cats or call 502-366-3355 for more information.
The David Mayfield Parade came by the studio before their show at the Clifton Center for the first Winter Wednesday of the season. We heard some songs, talked about his latest release, Good Man Down, and discussed “extreme dog grooming.”
- Posted by WFPKNovember 11
The star of The Paws Report today at 3:30 is Grant , a Poodle/Bichon Frise mix who came to the Kentucky Humane Society after he ended up at a local public shelter. We don’t know how this wonderful senior pet became homeless. He’s a quiet, well-behaved gentleman who loves being near his human. Grant is a cuddle buddy who will tuck his head right under your chin when you pick him up. Grant is house trained, loves to go for walks and car rides, and enjoys meeting new people and other dogs. He greets everyone he meets with a gentle, relaxed and happy tail wag. After a few weeks in various shelters, he was thrilled to be taken home to a foster home, where he got along with the resident dogs and enjoyed meeting house guests. Grant loves to sleep either in bed with his human or on a dog bed next to his human. He does not like to be crated: he wants to be right with you. And being the perfect gentleman, it’s easy to comply to his wishes. Grant doesn’t mind at all being bathed or groomed. Unfortunately, Grant has had some pretty bad ear infections in his past (probably due to untreated allergies), so his hearing is a bit dulled. In addition to Grant’s great personality, he is gorgeous: and did you notice he looks like a miniature polar bear? If you are looking for an easy going, loving older dog who still has lots of years of love to give, please consider Grant. He will pay you back with sweet kisses, happy smiles and adoring looks. If you would like to meet Grant, call his KHS foster parent at 502-515-3158. View all adoptable cats and dogs at www.kyhumane.org.
Marc Cohn came by WFPK before his show at the Clifton Center Nov. 7, and we talked about his approach to song writing, touring and a few other topics.