Kittens!: The Paws Report, May 20

Keebler and The Doctor

Kittens today for The Paws Report at 3:30 pm:
Keebler is a black-and-white tuxedo kitten who is almost four months old. Keebler is outgoing and loves to play with other cats, toys and human visitors. He was one of five kittens from the same litter who was brought to the Kentucky Humane Society when his owner had an unexpected litter. The Doctor is an orange female tabby who came to KHS with her four siblings and mother from Louisville Metro Animal Services. At KHS, the family spent time in foster care until the kittens were weaned and old enough to be adopted. Now The Doctor is ready for her own forever home. Keebler and The Doctor are available for adoption at the Kentucky Humane Society’s Main Campus, 241 Steedly Drive in south Louisville. They are spayed/neutered, micro-chipped and up-to-date on vaccinations. Learn more about all our pets at or by calling 502-366-3355.

It’s officially kitten season: Let’s spay/neuter all those kitties! And we are in a real need of foster families to provide temporary homes for kittens, puppies, cats and dogs.

Also, two 4 week old kittens came to KHS on Sunday after they were found thrown from a car in Nelson County. The finder also saw 6 dead kittens on the road. The two surviving kittens were are now recovering at KHS and doing very well. Their names are Julep and Rye, as they were found on the Bourbon Trail very close to Heaven Hill Heritage Center. Horrific. Here is more info:

Snoopy: The Paws Report, May 13

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On The Paws Report today at 3:30:

Meet Snoopy, a gorgeous, happy, silly two-year-old English Shepherd who always has a smile on his face. Snoopy is one smart cookie: he knows many basic commands, including sit, stay and lay down, and he walks great on a leash. Want to teach him tricks? Snoopy would be happy to learn! He also appears to be house trained. Snoopy does walk with a small limp, as a few months ago he had what is believed to be a Fibrocartilaginous Embolism (FCE). This is a blocked blood vessel in the spine, which can lead to immediate paralysis; some dogs recover fully, and some never recover. But Snoopy was a lucky dog: He regained his ability to walk, though he now has a slight limp. The good news is that veterinarians say FCE is not painful. He walks a little differently, but that’s just fine to Snoopy. We think it just makes him even more adorable! Snoopy would love to chase cats, so we recommend his new home not have any kitties. He can also be dog reactive, meaning he likes to bark and carry on around new dogs. So if you have a dog at home, we strongly recommend you bring your dog in to meet Snoopy before you make an adoption decision. Ready to meet Snoopy and see if he will be the next love of your life? Visit him at the Kentucky Humane Society’s Main Campus, 241 Steedly Drive in Louisville. Learn about all our adoptable pets at or call 502-366-3355.

Waggin’ Trail is this Saturday in Waterfront Park! We’ll have beer, wine, adoptable pets, lots of pet products, rescues, contests, including Best (dog) Kisser and even Animal Arts (dogs will create paintings).

Janelle: The Paws Report, May 6


Today at 3:30 for The Paws Report, meet sweet Janelle, a mellow ten-year-old spaniel/shepherd mix with a lot of love to offer. She came to the Kentucky Humane Society when her owner moved and was unable to take Janelle with her. Janelle misses being in a home very much and is ready to find someone who will love her forever. This laid-back lady loves to go on walks with the staff and volunteers. Give her a scratch on the back and she’s the happiest dog in the world! Janelle shared her last home with both a male and female dog, but she doesn’t care much for felines. According to her former owner, Janelle is housetrained, crate trained and does well when left unsupervised. Janelle has lived with children ranging from newborns to adults, and her prior owner says she’s been wonderful with all of them. This easy-going pooch is looking for someone to relax and spend her senior days with. Could it be you? Stop by the Kentucky Humane Society’s Main Campus at 241 Steedly Drive in Louisville and let Janelle show you what you’re missing! Janelle is spayed, microchipped and up-to-date on all vaccinations. Learn more about all our adoptable pets at or 502-366-3355.

We will also talk about:

The “Dream Big” adoption special is all month long in May. Adoption fees for select big dogs are reduced (Janelle is part of this special). As you know, kennel space for big dogs is at a premium, and we are hoping to get some big dogs into great homes this month to help clear space for needy dogs as the summer months heat up and more big dogs will need our help.

And speaking of big dogs, we are trying to raise funds so we can offer even lower-cost spay/neuters at our SNIP Clinic to big dogs. A local couple who will match gifts dollar-for-dollar up to $5,000 for our special “Big Dog Fix” fund, but the deadline is May 9 – this Saturday. Yikes! We are at $3,101 as of this morning. As you know, big dogs have big litters – often 10-15 puppies – so spaying and neutering is particularly important. More info on our website, or the direct link is

Sillie Billie: The Paws Report, April 29


Today on The Paws Report at 3:30 pm:
Sillie Billie is a one-year-old cat with beautiful orange and white markings who is quite the ham, according to the adoption counselors at the Kentucky Humane Society. He loves following staff and volunteers around and inviting them to play. Sillie Billie adore pouncing on toys, particularly toys that crackle. Sillie Billie shared his former home with another cat, and he seems to enjoy playing with other felines. He is neutered, microchipped and up-to-date on vaccinations. Meet him at the Kentucky Humane Society’s Main Campus, 241 Steedly Drive in Louisville. Learn more about all our pets at or by calling 502-366-3355.

We will also have Waggin’ Trail on Saturday, May 16 to talk about. This year it will be at the waterfront – whoo hoo! Apocalypse Brew Works will have beer there, including a special beer they created for the event called Who’s a Good Beer. (Love the name!)

Snoopy: The Paws Report, April 8


Today at 3:30 pm, our star for The Paws Report:

Nine-year-old Snoopy is a sweet Beagle mix who was brought to the Kentucky Humane Society when his owner fell ill and could no longer care for him. Snoopy loves to explore the outdoors, and in his former home he enjoyed going hunting with his guardian. When he’s not exploring, Snoopy loves receiving love and attention from the staff here at KHS. He politely sits down next to you, waiting diligently for you to reach over and give him a scratch. Snoopy appears to do well with children of all ages and lived with a dog and two frisky felines in his previous home. Come see what Snoopy is all about, you may just fall in love! Snoopy is neutered, micro-chipped and up-to-date on all vaccinations. Snoopy is available at the Kentucky Humane Society’s Main Campus, 241 Steedly Drive in Louisville. For more on Snoopy or any of our adoptable pets, please call 502-366-3355 or visit

KHS will have Dog Day at the Park this Tuesday, April 14, at Slugger Field. The game starts at 6:35 p.m. 100% of proceeds from dog tickets are donated to the Kentucky Humane Society. Dog Day at the Park usually attracts about 600 dogs and their families, and is a blast! The first 500 families will receive goodie bags.

Nova: The Paws Report, April 15


Our star of The Paws Report today at 3:30:

Meet two-year-old Nova, a lovable Australian Shepherd mix who came to the Kentucky Humane Society from an overcrowded shelter. Nova spent some time in foster care while being treated for heartworm. While Nova seemed timid in the shelter, once in her foster home she really came out of her shell, revealing this sweet girl’s true nature. According to her foster mom, she is a total lap dog, rubbing her beautiful coat against everyone she meets. She’s also very playful and loved running around the yard and romping with the other dogs in the household. Nova also appears house trained, having only two accidents during the entire duration of her stay in foster care. If you’re looking for a cuddly companion, come by and play with Nova! Nova is spayed, microchipped and up to date on all vaccinations. You can meet Nova at the Kentucky Humane Society’s Main Campus, 241 Steedly Drive. For more on Nova or any of our adoptable pets, please call 502-366-3355 or visit