There are countless ways to help pets around Louisville. Here are some stats + a handful of ways you can offer aid.
- In 2022, the Kentucky Humane Society saved 96.4% of the animals that came through its doors — thanks in part to help from volunteers.
- More than 17,000 pets found a safe haven with Animal Care Society, Derby City’s first no-kill shelter.
- Last year, Golden Retriever Rescue & Adoption of Needy Dogs cared for 307 dogs. The nonprofit accepts help in the form of donations, adoptions, fundraising assistance, fostering, hospice care + membership.
Looking to help right away? Pop by Westport Village’s annual Puppy Palooza from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 15. The event will feature live music, dog-friendly vendors, giveaways, and photo opportunities, with proceeds benefiting the Kentucky Humane Society.