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.
Our star for The Paws Report today at 3:30 pm is:
Midge, a beautiful 10-year-old Australian Shepherd/Finnish Spitz mix. She originally came to the Kentucky Humane Society because her owners, the family she’d known her whole life, could no longer care for her. Here at the Kentucky Humane Society, Midge has become a staff favorite. She’s great on a leash, appears to be house trained, and her silky soft fur makes petting her a terrific stress reliever. Midge really loves one-on-one attention! Midge is great with children and people of all kinds. In foster care she got along just fine with other older dogs, but we recommend a meet and greet to ensure Midge and your dog get along. Midge has some allergies that will require a special diet, but that hasn’t stopped this little girl from being a happy, loving dog. Midge is spayed, micro-chipped and up-to-date on vaccinations. Come meet this sweet girl at the Kentucky Humane Society’s Main Campus, 241 Steedly Drive. For more information on Midge and our other adoptable pets, please call 502-366-3355 or visit kyhumane.org.
On the Paws Report today at 3:30 pm we have Hunter:
Eight-month-old Hunter is a happy-go-lucky Basset Hound mix who loves to play. He is curious, enthusiastic and delighted to be with people. Just one look in those dark brown eyes, and you will see how happy he is to be with you. Hunter is still in his puppy stage, so he likes to chew. Give him a tug toy or something fun to chew on, and he will be very happy. Hunter seems to like other dogs in the puppy room and would love to meet a dog you might have at home to see if the two can get along. Hunter is still getting used to the concept of a leash. He will get interested in the outside world and forget a moment about you, but bend down, call his name and he’ll come running. Hunter 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. For more on Hunter or any of our adoptable pets, please call 502-366-3355 or visit kyhumane.org.