On The Paws Report today:
Meet Cassius, a boxer/pointer mix who is eight years young and has been waiting for his forever home since August. He loves to play and to be active. Cassius prefers adults and older children. Younger kids make him a little nervous. In addition, Cassius is a one-dog show. He loves his person so very much that he doesn’t want to share you with another dog. He asks you, is that kind of love so very wrong? Cassius wants a person or family who will give him time to play and exercise but who will then understand the pleasures of relaxing by the TV together. He sees himself as offering you the best of all worlds, and he hopes you agree. Cassius is neutered, micro-chipped and up-to-date on his vaccinations. Come meet him today at the Kentucky Humane Society’s Main Campus, 241 Steedly Drive in Louisville. View all adoptable pets at www.kyhumane.org or call 502-366-3355 for more information.
We also will talk about the Santa Paws Workshop next week. Activities include games, animal playtime and making presents for the furry members in your family! This special workshop takes place from 9 to 4 p.m. on December 22 and 23 at our East Campus. Space is limited so sign up your little animal lovers today by calling 515-3149.
Arkansans Knox Hamilton stopped into the studio before headlining WFPK Winter Wednesday to play a couple of songs and talk about their standing (or lack thereof) in their hometown of Little Rock.
Kyle James Hauser might not be from Louisville originally, but it’s certainly home now. He chatted with John before his set at WFPK Winter Wednesday about the various spots he’s called home, as well as the musical community he’s become a part of here in the city.
Glass Animals frontman Dave Bayley studied neuroscience before hitting the road with the Oxford-based, electro-pop act. He’s not the only smarty in the band, though, since they’re all college graduates. Touring in support of their debut album Zaba, they stopped by for a members-only set in the studio.