Meet our star of the Paws Report today at 3:30pm with The Ky. Humane Society:
Hello there all of you Pug lovers. My name is Pugsly and I am waiting for you to come and meet me, and of course take me home with you! I have a story to tell and you might just be the person or family that I can tell it to. I originally was at another shelter before coming to KHS. I am just sitting around dreaming of what a great future I have. I think about all the love that I have bottled up inside me, just waiting to explode the minute you walk into my life. I may be a little older than some of these young bucks around here, but with age comes wisdom and manners. I am house trained and walk very well on a leash with a harness. I don’t really need to go on long walks, but I do love to take short walks with someone who likes to talk to me and wants to hear my story. I have secrets that I want to share with you and your family! I need someone that I can trust to love me and take great care of me. I think I am a pretty special little guy and like I said, I have a story that needs a happy ending. Will you help me so that the story of my life has a promising future? If so, come and meet me today!
For more information regarding Pugsly or other adoptable pets at KHS visit www.kyhumane.org!
The star of The Paws Report today at 3:30pm is currently at the Fern Creek Feeders Supply: Hello, my name is Casey and I am a four-year-old domestic shorthair cat. I am looking for a great forever home that not only wants me there but needs me. Did I mention I love canned food? Because I do love canned food with a passion. I am very loving and affectionate but I am not really too fond of being held, but don’t worry…I will climb in your lap on my own. I get comfortable pretty quickly around new people and surroundings. If you’re looking for a cat that enjoys being around humans I may just be your kind of girl. I am up-to-date on all my vaccinations, I am spayed and I have a microchip just waiting for my next lucky owner’s information.
Also, adoption fees are still waived on all cats over four months old! www.kyhumane.org for more information.
The star of the Paws Report today at 3:30pm introduces himself:
Hi, I’m Yogi Bear and I’m a two-year-old beagle mix available for adoption at the Kentucky Humane Society’s Main Campus on Steedly Drive. I was found as a stray in Louisville back in June and have been waiting for my forever home for a long time now. I’m a happy guy; my tail is always wagging and I get super excited when it is time for training sessions. So far I’ve learned sit, settle, around, high-five, watch me and I’m working on lots of other cool tricks. I’m pretty sure I’m potty trained (though it wouldn’t hurt to give me a few reminders in my new home) and I get along with other dogs as long as they aren’t too hyper. My favorite thing to do is to grab my gigantic stuffed toy, which is almost as big as I am, and run in circles around the training room. Come meet me today so I can show you what a great dog I am! Find out more at www.kyhumane.org!
Our star for the Paws Report today at 3:30pm is a sweet girl with quite a story: My name is Angel, and it’s a miracle I survived. In March my mom died in a tornado in Laurel County, KY, when her home was destroyed. I survived the storm because I was tied to a tree with my brother – otherwise I probably would have been blown away. He was adopted by a family member, but I was not. Since March I have been in and out of area shelters and foster homes – first in a temporary shelter created by the Humane Society of the United States to house tornado victims, then by Forever Friends, a wonderful volunteer rescue group in Corbin, KY, where I was in two foster homes. In August I came to the Kentucky Humane Society. It’s been so long since I have had a family to love, and I am very tired of not having a home of my own. The day the tornado hit, I went through a lot of emotional trauma. I lost not only my mom and her daughter, but also my brother and everyone I knew. I am a bit fearful of new situations, but I am appeasing and nonconfrontational. I am quiet and curious, and I do warm up to new people and situations if given time and patience. I need a home where I experience consistency and love so I can gain confidence. I like other dogs – as long as they aren’t too rough. Please come visit me and get to know me. I promise to be a loyal, loving friend.
Angel is available for adoption at The Ky. Humane Society. Visit www.kyhumane.org for more information or to view other pets.
Our star of The Paws Report today at 3:30pm is Miley, a beautiful, two-year-old solid black cat who wants to become your new family member. She loves getting and giving attention! You will never be lonely with Miley around; she’ll be at the door waiting for you to come home. She will be expecting a belly rub though! If you are looking for an affectionate, cuddly cat, then Miley is perfect for you! Miley is spayed, micro chipped and up-to-date on vaccinations. Visit her today at the Kentucky Humane Society’s Main Campus. View all adoptable pets at www.kyhumane.org.
The star of the Paws Report today at 3:30pm is Brutus, a two-year-old Mastiff mix who loves the little things in life! He is a big goofball and enjoys nothing more than a great game of fetch with his favorite humans and a squeaky toy. Brutus is quite the gentle giant. He is neutered, micro chipped and up-to-date on vaccinations. Visit him today at the Kentucky Humane Society’s Main Campus or call (502) 366-3355 for additional information. You can also visit www.kyhumane.org to view more pets available for adoption.
Clark is a very sweet two year old pit bull terrier mix who has been with the Kentucky Humane Society for nearly four months! He is such a great dog who simply needs someone who can keep up with his energy level. He loves to take daily walks, chase toys in the yard and romp with canine friends. He loves other dogs but needs to be with one who loves to play as much as he does and is tolerant during playtime. Clark is neutered, micro chipped and up-to-date on vaccinations. Visit him today at the Kentucky Humane Society’s Fern Creek Feeders Supply adoption site or call (502) 366-3355 for additional information. View all adoptable pets at www.kyhumane.org.
The star of The Paws Report today at 3:30pm is Trip, a super sweet and loving eight month old shepherd/pit bull mix looking for his forever friend! He is very friendly and loves to meet new people. Nothing makes him more happy than a nice walk with a two-legged friend. Trip is neutered, micro chipped and up-to-date on vaccinations. Visit him today at the Kentucky Humane Society’s Main Campus or call (502) 366-3355 for more information. View all adoptable pets at www.kyhumane.org.
Also, there’s a $20 special during August on pit bull surgeries at the SNIP Clinic again…we still have about 40 open spots!
Other specials include: 1. Certified Pre-Owned Cats: Adoption fees are waived on adult cats over 1 year old. There is still a microchip charge of $20 and $9.50 for a Jefferson County license.
2. Double the Love Kitten Promotion: Adopt one kitten and the adoption fee is waived on the second. There is still a $20 microchip charge. Through August if we have plenty of kittens.
3. 50% Off Adult Dogs over 4 Years of Age.