Today’s pet for The Paws Report at 3:30pm is Artie, a 1 year old Yorkshire Terrier mix – Lively and inquisitive, he’s a happy-go-lucky dog who is eager to please! Whether it’s going for walks, chasing a ball or playing in the yard, he loves to stay busy. But, when the fun is over for the day, he’ll be ready to relax by your feet. Please visit www.kyhumane.org to see where he’s available for adoption!
Appears to play well with children of all ages.
**I AM A LEGACY PET – MY ADOPTION FEE LEAVES A FINANCIAL LEGACY FOR THE ANIMALS THAT ARE HARDER TO ADOPT DUE TO AGE OR MEDICAL ISSUES. I AM EXCLUDED FROM ALL PROMOTIONS AND COUPONS, SO I CAN HELP MY FURRY FRIENDS. THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING, AND PLEASE TAKE A LOOK AT ME…I MIGHT JUST STEAL YOUR HEART!**
Meet Tabitha, a three-year-old kitty who is best friends with her “mother,” Sabrina. They were turned in to the shelter together because their human mom was moving to another city and couldn’t take them with her. Tabitha is very bonded with Sabrina, so they must be adopted together. Often you’ll find them cuddled together. Both cats like people but are a bit on a quiet side. They are both black cats, and when they are balled up together, you can’t tell where one begins and the other one ends. They are a bit shy at the shelter, as there are so many noises and unfamiliar things. But if you get to know Tabitha and Sabrina, they’ll gladly say “hello” and want to get to know you. Both cats are are spayed, micro-chipped and up-to-date on vaccinations. Meet them at the Kentucky Humane Society’s Main Campus, 241 Steedly Drive, or call 366-3355 for more information.
Today’s guest on The Paws Report at 3:30 p.m. is Neko, a super handsome 6-month-old kitten! Neko is a gorgeous medium-haired gray cat with incredibly soft fur. He is very calm, playful and enjoys attention. He will love you forever if you rub him behind the ears! Neko is microchipped, neutered, and up-to-date on all vaccinations. Learn more about Neko by visiting him at the Kentucky Humane Society or by calling 366-3355.
Here’s our star for today’s Paws Report at 3:30pm:
Hi, I’m Tux! I’m a handsome black and white pit bull terrier looking for my forever home! I’m only 2 years old so I have plenty of energy to keep up with your active lifestyle! I love to run, take walks, play with toys and I even know some basic commands. I am a favorite at the shelter…everyone loves my large ears that stick straight up! Let’s have fun and stay busy… and I’ll be your new sidekick forever! Please visit www.kyhumane.org for more information about me!
Our star of The Paws Report today at 3:30pm is Sophie, a laid back and loving lady looking for a new forever home. She thought she already had one, but her owners recently decided that they no longer wanted this sweet eight year old Cocker Spaniel. Sophie is a true treasure – appears to be housebroken, friendly, well-behaved and seems to like other dogs. Do you think you can be the one to truly love her forever? Visit Sophie today at the Kentucky Humane Society’s Main Campus! www.kyhumane.org for more info.
Meet Sugar Plum, a sweet little nine year old Chihuahua on the search for love! She’s sweet, loving and just a little bit lonely – she needs someone to shower with affection! Sugar Plum is the kind of gal who enjoys playtime with her favorite toys, but is just as happy to spend her time as a couch potato, lounging with her favorite person. She is spayed, microchipped and up to date on vaccinations, so come visit her today at the Ky. Humane Society’s main campus or www.kyhumane.org!
Nick is a quiet, sweet three-year-old Labrador/Shepherd mix who is on the small side (just 32 pounds). He is also blind. Nick compensates for his blindness by having a very fine sense of smell and hearing. He listens for new people approaching him and loves to be petted. He also loves finding treats that are hidden for him!
Nick is a bit on the shy side, and it’s no wonder: in addition to being blind, Nick came to the Kentucky Humane Society as part of a hoarding case in a neighboring county. He was one of 14 dogs who came to KHS from the same home. Unfortunately, Nick and the other dogs did not get proper medical care from his former owner: eight of the 14 dogs, including Nick, were heartworm positive. Nick’s brother, Jamenson, is also blind. Nick has received heartworm treatment, and he is ready for a “foster to adopt” home. With heartworm positive dogs, potential adopters foster the dog until he or she tests negative for heartworms (usually about three months). KHS continues to pay for heartworm prevention treatment while the dog is in foster care.
Nick will need a loving, stable home and an understanding owner who can help build his confidence. Please come meet this special young man and see if he is right for you. Although he is blind, once Nick knows you and is comfortable, he will seek out attention. Nick has the same capacity to love unconditionally as every other dog. Please call 502-366-3355 for more information from the Ky. Humane Society.
Meet Sissy, a five year old Jack Russell Terrier mix looking for love! She might be a little nervous at first when she meets new people, but don’t worry – that doesn’t last for long! Sissy is a super loving little girl who would love to find a permanent loving home to enjoy for the rest of her life. She gives wonderful puppy kisses but is saving the best ones for her new best friend. Could that be you? Sissy is spayed, micro chipped, up to date on vaccinations and ready to go home today! Visit www.kyhumane.org or call 502-366-3355 for more info.