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.
This week's featured adoptable pets are awfully cute at Louisville Metro Animal Services. Is one of them for you?
Pug enthusiasts enter their furry friends in the Kentuckiana Pug Rescue's 2013 Calendar Contest.
So many adoptable dogs and cats need their forever homes at Louisville Metro Animal Services. Are you the one to give one of them their loving forever home?
Many adoptable dogs and cats are in need of loving homes at Louisville Metro Animal Services. Can you help by giving one of them their forever home?
The month of April is going to the dogs in Louisville as Metro Louisville Animal Services plans many upcoming doggie events, including the amazing World Championship Disc Dog Qualifier.
Southern Indiana Animal Rescue needs supplies for livestock and other animals impacted by the March 2 tornadoes. Volunteer help is always needed to put up fencing for livestock in areas struck by the tornadoes.
Damage initially seems to lie through the middle of Jefferson County with Churchill Downs reportedly suffering severe damage to horse barns.
There is no shortage of charming diversions when walking downtown - the streetscape is a living lecture on the history, architecture and urban development of Louisville.
Touring the Triangle immerses you in a near-overload of Louisville history — architectural, political and social. You’ll see a mix of housing types, architectural styles and exterior detailing unmatched in Louisville and rare in any city.
Walking is the bargain basement of the fitness world. It’s easy, affordable and doesn’t require fancy equipment. “All you need is pair of good shoes, motivation and an interesting place to walk,” says Angela Hollingsworth, who led walking groups for years as a health educator for Metro Louisville.