The Kentucky Humane Society

Twitter Facebook Google Plus Pinterest

As a private, non-profit animal welfare agency, the Kentucky Humane Society (KHS) finds loving homes for more than 6,000 cats and dogs a year at their 9 adoption locations in Louisville and Southern Indiana. They also spay or neuter more than 11,000 local cats and dogs a year - helping reduce the number of unwanted pets.

KHS is an ASPCA Community Partner and a Best Friends No More Homeless Pets Network Partner. 

Funded: 
Funded from 2014 - 2017
How we help: 

The Kentucky Humane Society ("KHS") receives funding from The Grey Muzzle Organization for its 'Help Me Heal' Fund to assist in the medical diagnosis, treatment and advanced behavior help for senior pets.

Many pets arrive at KHS with broken spirits or bodies.  Some come to KHS in pain from untreated illness, disease or traumatic accidents.  Some exhibit behavior issues such as fear or anxiety.  Others have been physically or emotionally harmed by humans.  To help our most fragile pets, KHS has a special donor-supported, restricted fund called the Help Me Heal Fund.  This mission of this fund is to heal the bodies and spirits of our neediest pets – those who require medical diagnosis and treatment or advanced behavior help before they can be adopted.

State: 
Dog's name: 
Duchess
Image: 
Small black and tan dog with a red bandana around her neck and tongue sticking out standing in front of an american flag.