Someday, when I win the lottery, I will buy a big farm and every adoptable pet will come and live with me there. Until then, there are events like the Million Mutt March to help animals in need of a loving home.
This week's featured adoptable pets at Louisville Metro Animal Services would probably tolerate being dressed up in one of those pet Halloween costumes if it meant getting their forever homes.
After being off a couple of weeks Louisville.com's weekly article featuring Louisville Metro Animal Service's adoptable pets is back with some great candidates.
Check out the fall specials at Louisville's Metro Animal Services through Sunday, September 30. Deals include waived adoption fees, two for one specials, half off fees for some purrfect adoptable pets.
Older dogs, younger dogs, little dogs, big dogs, adult cats, and young kittens, whatever your preference there is a pet for you waiting for adoption at Louisville Metro Animal Services. Here are this week’s featured pets.
Who could resist happy little Juno the Dachshund mix, or Hotdog the Mini Pinscher? These are just two of the doggies featured in this weeks adoptable pets at Louisville's Metro Animal Services.
A Schnauzer, Bloodhound, Pomeranian, Labrador Retriever, German Shepherd, Pit Bull, and a little kitten named Tom shows the variety of pets available for adoption at Louisville's Metro Animal Services. Take a look and see for yourself the huge selection of adoptable pets in need of their forever homes.
As more and more dogs, cats, and other pets come into Louisville Metro Animal Services the need to find more of these adoptable pets homes becomes more urgent. Please check out this weeks featured pets and see if one is right for you.
This week's featured adoptable pets at Louisville Metro Animals Services will win your heart over, they are so darn cute. One of these just might be your next pal.
Adoptable doggie Gizmo is awaiting his forever home along with his other adoptable buddies at Louisville Metro Animal Services. See if any of this week's featured adoptable pets can be your new buddy.
This week's featured pets Beeker, Belize, Bert, Fala, Henry, and Homer are awaiting their forever homes at Louisville Metro Animal Services. One of these pets just might steal your heart.
Shelby County, Kentucky's animal shelter is normally a no kill shelter but they have so many more adoptable pets than have been adopted causing the shelter to be way over capacity. Unless some of these pets get adopted they may have no recourse but to start euthanizing some of them.