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.
All the details about the 2nd Annual Roots and Shoots Day of Peace Celebration, and all the reasons you should attend the 3rd annual celebration next year.
University of Louisville Polo Team to host a polo match fundraiser for the care of their string of polo ponies and to raise funds for their club on September 22. Family fun activities to include tailgating fun, live music by the Tunesmiths, raffles, silent auction, and kids activities. Come picnic with the ponies.
The horrors of the corporate takeover of water exposed tonight at the Dreamland Film Center.
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.
Former writer says C-J 'has its liberals, but also its conservatives and centrists.'
Want to experience something uniquely Kentucky? Top notch equine driving competition, dinner, brunch, and even cute little terrier and dachshund dog races, all held on the beautiful grounds of historic Hermitage Farm, a 700 acre horse farm in Goshen, Kentucky.
Tour participants will travel through 30 acres of wooded area in historic Locust Grove on Saturday, September 9.
Do you love stories of happy endings? Then check out this story of one of the resident horses at Kentucky Equine Humane Center on her successful adoption and how she became one 12 year old girl's dream horse.
Just Creations seeks high school Juniors for its Trade Ambassador Program
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.
Feeling the call of your inner soothsayer? Get a heads up on the near future with the new Louisville Library series ‘What’s Next’. Join University of Louisville professor Dr. Keith Mountain for a look at the landscape of climate change this Thursday, September 6th, at 7pm at the Library’s Main branch.