Biscuit: The Paws Report, March 29

Biscuit

Today on The Paws Report at 3:30:

Meet one-year-old Biscuit, a stunning gray and white Tabby who loves to give kisses. If you hold him, he is going to snuggle up to you and kiss your neck. That little boy is never happier than when he’s in your arms, and who can resist such a lover? Biscuit walks a little differently than other cats. His back legs are a little “wonky.” The veterinarian thinks it may be an old injury or something he’s always had, but doesn’t think it interferes with Biscuit’s life. Would you give this little lover a home to call his own and a person or two to love with all his heart? He’s 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 animals online at www.kyhumane.org or call 502-366-3355 for more information.

Bella: The Paws Report, April 5

Bella

Today on The Paws Report at 3:30:

Meet Bella, a gorgeous and sweet Australian Shepherd with a ready smile and a gentle tail wag. Bella is approximately 9 years old and is living in a foster home. Her foster family says Bella is very easy going: she is house trained, crate trained and pretty quiet; she barks occasionally when she sees another dog or someone comes to the door, but other than that she is not much of a talker. This mature girl loves to be by the side of her foster family; ready to read a book or watch TV? Bella is happy to keep you company. Need a supervisor in the kitchen? Count on Bella to sit nearby and smile approvingly.

We wish we knew more of Bella’s past. We do know that years ago, she had an owner her loved her very much: enough to have expensive surgery to mend a broken bone on her back left leg near her hip. But over the years, the surgical wire that was used to mend her bones began to unravel: an x-ray showed that the wire was frayed and was poking into her thigh muscles. This caused pain and resulted in Bella not using her leg, causing it to atrophy. Years after her initial leg surgery, she was found as a stray. How she went from a beloved companion to a stray, we’ll never know. Thankfully for her, a kind couple found her and took her in. In their home, she lived with children, teens and cats; her family reported she did well with the children and cats. The family decided they didn’t have the time or resources to care for Bella. Wanting to give Bella a second chance, they surrendered her to the Kentucky Humane Society. At KHS, we performed surgery to remove her unused leg. It was a tough surgery, lasting over two hours. It took Bella weeks to recuperate, and she was placed in a foster home to heal. Now that Bella is feeling better, she is a happy, contented dog who loves meeting new people and going outside to explore. Bella also does well with the other dog in the house.

Bella is still re-cooperating from the loss of her leg. She walks on her own and goes outside to potty, but she needs a little help getting up the stairs. For longer walks, her foster family uses a support sling; this velcros around her waist and has handles. With the sling, Bella very happily goes for walks around the block with the other dog in the family. She is slowly gaining strength. To help her with pain management, Bella is on medication, and we recommend she continue on medications in her forever home. If you are looking for an easy going, sweet, loving and beautiful dog, please contact Bella’s foster family through KHS to arrange a time to meet her. View all adoptable animals at the Kentucky Humane Society at www.kyhumane.org or call 502-366-3355.

Also:

· KHS is full on large dogs and is having an adoption special: $40 to adopt a dog 40 pounds or more through Sunday, April 10.

· Waggin’ Trail is coming up on May 21. It’s not too early to register and start fundraising for the animals.

Dude: The Paws Report, April12

dude

Today on The Paws Report at 3:30:
Looking for a cat who’s overcome tremendous odds? Meet Dude! One-year-old Dude is a gorgeous, orange tabby who came to the Kentucky Humane Society when a kind man found him roaming the streets with an injured leg. We discovered his right front leg had a dislocated Radial/Carpal joint that left him unable to use it and that would require amputation. After spending a few weeks in a foster home healing, Dude is better than ever and ready to find his forever home! Despite having only three legs, there’s no challenge Dude cannot overcome. He’s a young, playful cat who loves running and chasing after his many toys here at the shelter. After he’s done playing, Dude is a big cuddle bug who wants to crawl on your lap to take a long afternoon nap. He’s an affectionate cat and will even let you cradle him like a baby! Do you have enough love and time for this beautiful boy? Dude is neutered, micro-chipped and up-to-date on all vaccinations. Come visit Dude today 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.

 

KHS is also having an adoption promotion on cats one year and older called Cat-a-palooza. From now until April 15, cats one year and older have no adoption fee! Also, Singer/songwriter Jen Foster will be at Headliners Friday, April 15. She is donating 25% of net proceeds that night to the Kentucky Humane Society in honor of the late Jennifer Day of Louisville.

Bingley: The Paws Report, March 16

Bingley

Today on the Paws Report at 3:30:

Two-month-old Bingley is an adorable, black and white Domestic Shorthair mix. Bingley arrived at the Kentucky Humane Society in January after a kind stranger found him roaming the cold streets at just three weeks old. Soon after arriving at KHS, we sent Bingley into a foster home where he was able to receive the love and care he desperately needed. Now Bingley is back from foster care and this sweet boy is ready to find his forever home and family! Like most kittens, Bingley is full of energy. He loves to run and play with his staff friends here at the shelter and only stops for the occasional chin scratch. Do you have the time and desire to teach this little kitten a lesson in love? Bingley is neutered, micro-chipped and up-to-date on all vaccinations. Come visit Bingley today 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.

KHS is having an adoption promotion for cats one year and older for St. Catrick’s Day! These lucky cats have an adoption fee of $17 from March 14-20th. We also are at the beginning of “Kitten Season” and are starting to have many kittens turned into KHS. We are in need of foster families and supplies to care for the hundreds of kittens that will come to KHS over the next couple of months.

Harry: The Paws Report, March 22

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The Paws Report has moved to Tuesdays at 3:30pm! Wednesdays were proving to be too busy with Winter and Waterfront Wednesday shows and lots of guests which often meant we had to cancel the feature that day. We hated to miss the Paws Report and feel this way we won’t have to! Here’s the star for today’s Paws Report:

Seven-year-old Harry is an adorable Pomeranian mix who’s had a traumatic start in life. Harry arrived at the Kentucky Humane Society in early January after being rescued by Animal Rescue Corps from neglect and abuse. When he made his debut, Harry was in rough shape. He was missing several patches of hair, had internal and external parasites, and a bad cold from being kept in poor conditions. After two months in foster care, Harry is feeling better than ever and ready to find his forever home! Harry is a sweet gentleman who loves going on walks, wearing sweaters and sitting in his human’s lap. This goofy senior will keep you laughing all day with his tap-shoe like feet and his hilarious expressions. If a handsome and silly companion is what you’re after then look no further than Harry! Harry is neutered, micro-chipped and up-to-date on all vaccinations. Come visit Harry today 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.

Puck: The Paws Report, March 9

Puck

Today on The Paws Report at 3:30:

Meet Puck, a regal long-haired cat with handsome charcoal-gray and white fur. Puck came to the Kentucky Humane Society severely matted, so our veterinary team had to shave his tangled fur. But he’ll be absolutely beautiful when his fur grows up. Puck is very affectionate and interested in people. But he does not like dogs at all and is not a fan of cats either. If you are looking for a solo kitty to rule your heart, you must meet the stately Puck. He’s so handsome and affectionate that you won’t miss having another animal. Puck is neutered, micro-chipped and up-to-date on vaccinations. Meet him at the Kentucky Humane Society’s Main Campus, 241 Steedly Drive in Louisville. View all adoptable animals at www.kyhumane.org or call 502-366-3355 for more information.

KHS will host a kitten shower this Saturday, 11 am-1 pm, at the KHS Main Campus and also LMAS’ Animal House. We are asking people to donate kitten wish list items. More info here.