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.
Not only did nearly 400 (fabulously dressed) people attend Saturday night's Runway & Rescue, but the animals of Shelby County are closer than ever to being housed in their new state-of-the-art animal sanctuary.•Pictures: Runway & Rescue event! @ The Henry Clay
The Divas and Dogs Cabaret presented Winter Woofs at Art Sanctuary and Alley Theater on December 18 & 19 to the delight of many families with kids of all ages.
Circus talents and canine co-stars equal an awesome show for families on Sunday, December 19.
Grab your furriest family member and come out on Saturday August 21st to Swanson Reed Galleries for a dogtastic good time!
Louisville non-profit prepares for 14th annual event to help local pet community.
It’s the dog days of summer—but Independence Day fireworks aren’t a rite of summer that our pets particularly look forward to. Whether you take your dog to watch the rockets or leave your pal at home, here’s how to keep your four-footed friend safe and feeling secure as the skies light up.
The Kentucky Humane Society is offering kids the chance to go to summer camp alongside furry, four-legged friends!