June 25, 2013 - 2:58pm
No Kill Louisville’s Paws on the Patio adoption and fundraiser event held today
No Kill Louisville is a great local organization that saves homeless pets that are at high risk in our community and finds them new homes or foster families. Support their adoption and fundraising event at Genghis Grill this evening.
Today, June 25, is No Kill Louisville’s Paws on the Patio adoption and fundraising event at
April 10, 2013 - 2:14pm
We have another group of adoptable doggies at Louisville Metro Animal Services w
Please consider adopting a shelter animal for your next pet and save a life. Here is this weeks featured urgent adoptable pets at Metro Animal Servces.
The quest continues to help adoptable dogs sitting on the urgent list at Louisville’s Metro Animal Services. We are determined to give them a chance at a future that ends happily.
October 26, 2012 - 10:00am
Million Mutt March to benefit adoptable pets and those who love them
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.
One thing I have noticed about Louisville is that we love our pets.Maybe it’s because we have so many lovely area parks in which to walk our dogs.Or maybe it’s because we have pet-friendly businesses that allow us to bring our animal friends along when we hang out with our human friends...
June 28, 2011 - 8:00am
Local news for June 28, 2011
"Failing to privatize Louisville Metro Animal Services, Mayor Greg Fischer announced Monday the city has rejected a proposal by a non-profit group [No Kill Louisville] to take over the agency.
June 27, 2011 - 4:03pm
The terrible saga of Louisville's Metro Animal Services continues...
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer announced Monday that No Kill Louisville—the only group that applied to run Metro Animal Services—wasn’t qualified to do so, and that he will be reopening his search for a new director for the agency.  He cited the group’s lack of...