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1 The Magazine of the Kentucky Humane Society Spring 2016 Kittens Are Coming Kitten season is upon us! From trash to treasure Interactive play with your cat KHS opens new adoption center Waggin Trail May 21 Lifelong Friends

2 Inside 2 From Trash to Treasure 4 Kitten Season 5 Pet Help Line 7 Waggin Trail 8 Events 9 Thanks Main Campus 241 Steedly Drive Louisville, KY (502) Adoptions Monday Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admissions by Appointment East Campus 1000 Lyndon Lane, Suite B Louisville, KY (502) Adoptions Monday Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pet Help Line (502) 509-4PET Birthday Parties (502) Donations (502) Education/Camp (502) Volunteers (502) Behavior Training (502) Equine Programs (502) Eastpoint Pet Resort Magisterial Drive Louisville, KY (502) Fern Creek Pet Resort 5225 Bardstown Road Louisville, KY (502) S.N.I.P. Clinic 2445 Crittenden Drive Louisville, KY (502) New Adoption Center By the Numbers (Jan. 1, 2016 Mar. 31, 2016) 1,541 shelter pets found homes in the first three months of this year. Of those, 516 were felines and 1,025 were canines. 2,795 pets were spayed or neutered at our high-quality, donor-supported S.N.I.P. Clinic from January through March. Since opening in 2007, the clinic has altered more than 87,000 cats and dogs from Louisville and surrounding counties. From the Mailbox A Great Year Thanks for helping me find this wonderful girl to adopt a year ago! Mitzy (formally Mama Cat) and I are so happy! Jill Burton We Love to Hear They Are Spoiled I m just writing to let you all know that Maidey is still doing great and still being spoiled. Here is a current pic of her enjoying her elk antler. Patricia Taul Morrison 13 Volunteer De-Tails Feeders Supply Adoptions Dixie, Fern Creek, Hikes Point, Pewee Valley, Preston, Springhurst, St. Matthews, and Clarksville (Ind.) Monday Saturday, 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Board of Directors Beth Andrews Brink Bloembergen David Buschman Gary Clements Steve Codey Andrea Duvall Erik Furlan Sarah Beth Johnson Ann Joseph Brian Ramsey Jena Stone Patti Swope Nancy Jo Trafton Greg Wellman Natalie White Roy Burns, D.V.M.* Toni Clem* Nick Costides* Brian Haara* John Hassmann* Rick Maynard* Glenn Price* * Advisory Board

3 The Freedom to Choose Letter from Lori Dear Friends, My life has been filled with many rescue pets over the years and I have loved them all. Yet every once in a long while a special one comes into my life, and we form a bond that surpasses all others. Such was the case with Strippey Cat, whom I recently lost. This loss has been devastating, but I don t have to tell you, our readers, about loss. If you are reading this, chances are you have shared my experience with loving and losing a pet many times over. My relationship with Strippey started very differently than with my other animals. He was my first Working Cat, brought to our farm in Spencer County as a rodent manager to live in our horse barn. I had made animal welfare my career and always had cats who were kept safely indoors and out of harm s way; yet here I was, staring at Strippey and his two litter mates and realizing that as feral, three-month-old kittens, my barn was their only hope for survival. What developed was a love affair like no other. We hung out in the spring sunshine together that first year. We chased butterflies and rolled in the grass, played with twine from hay bales until we were exhausted. And I became his hero the day I climbed a tree and got him down when he was stuck. I will never forget how he hugged me tight with his little paws as if to thank me for saving him from life in a tree. From that day forward, he hugged me every day. He loved me with an obsession that bordered on the ridiculous. He came when I called, quicker and more reliably than my dogs. His favorite spot was on my lap where he would drool and purr as I petted him. As a free-roaming outdoor cat, Strippey could have gone anywhere, done anything, chose anyone. But he chose me. As Strippey and I celebrated his 10th birthday last spring, I started wondering, What happens as outdoor cats age? Should I be restricting his freedom for his own good? Is he still nimble enough and fast enough to avoid coyotes? Is he still strong enough to fight off stray cats that challenge his turf? In the end, nothing traumatic happened to Strippey. He wasn t hit by a car, tortured by a cruel human, nor did he meet any other type of violent end. He succumbed to what many other pets do. Cancer. He didn t just disappear one day never to be seen again. In the end, he was sitting in his favorite spot on my lap as I helped him cross the rainbow bridge. Just like my indoor cats before him. Strippey taught me one of the biggest lessons in my animal welfare career. Having an outdoor cat doesn t mean you love them any less. In fact, depending on your lifestyle, it may mean sharing a life full of enrichment and adventure beyond anything experienced with an indoor cat. I no longer make assumptions about quality of life for a pet based on my own assumptions. Strippey ruled my world for over 10 years. He wandered into my house one day and Strippey claimed that territory as his own just like he did my yard and my barn. He demanded when to be fed, did not tolerate closed doors, and he kept my other dogs and cats in line. When I think of Strippey, I think of a favorite adage, If you love something, let it go. If it comes back, it s yours. If it doesn t, it never was. Strippey had the freedom to choose. And he chose me. While writing this has been cathartic for me, it is also a call to action for cat lovers. If you haven t considered an outdoor cat and you live in an area that would support one, please consider giving it a try. Your heart may get broken. That s reality. But you also might just find the love of your (cat) life. To learn about the Kentucky Humane Society s Working Cat Program please contact In gratitude, Lori Kane Redmon Kentucky Humane Society On the Cover Spring is the time for kittens, and during kitten season, we need your help. The is a quarterly publication of the Kentucky Humane Society. Questions or comments may be addressed to the Public Relations Department at (502) or Circulation: 12,000 Editorial team: Beth Haendiges, Andrea Blair and Megan Decker. Volunteer proofreader Sara Ulliman. Cover photo by Amanda Brown. Other photos by Bobby Baumgardner, Sam Badder, Amanda Brown, Maggie Freeman, Sue Gay, Whitney Haynes, Kimmy Pagano, Gordi Smith, Alice Thompson, Kaye West and Mareike Yocum. 1

4 Rescue From Trash to Treasure Puppies Saved from Freezing by Local Hero It was an early morning in February with 9-degree wind chill. Gregory Curry was making his rounds as a driver for Rumpke Waste & Recycling. On National Turnpike in South Louisville, he noticed something unusual. A lightblue plastic bin was flipped on its side. The bin was without a lid, but someone had pushed it up against the side of the dumpster. Inside the bin, Gregory saw something fuzzy. His first thought was that the bin was full of stuffed toys. And then he heard a whimper. What he saw next shocked him to the core: inside the bin were four puppies. Two were shivering and crying. Two more, sadly, were dead. The top of the bin was up against the dumpster, so there was no way the puppies could have escaped. There was no food, no water. They had been left there to freeze to death, he said. Who would do something like that? The puppies were soaking wet from urine, very cold and hungry. Gregory had worked as an emergency medical technician in the past, and he knew these two puppies would have been dead within the hour without his help. Gregory placed the two puppies in the cab of his truck. He drove to a 24-hour gas station on his route and asked the clerk for a box to place the puppies in. A patron at the gas station donated his jacket to keep them warm. I knew they had to be warmed up slowly after being so cold, said Gregory. The puppies were also dehydrated, so he offered them a little water. Given his medical training, he knew not to give them food right away. With Gregory s care, the puppies began to revive. But what to do with two needy puppies? Gregory knew he couldn t keep them. Around 5 a.m., he drove over to the Kentucky Humane Society s Main Campus, but the campus was closed. He noted the hours and went back to his route. The puppies remained in his cab. When our Admissions Department opened a few hours later, Gregory returned with the puppies. Our team rushed them back to Veterinary Services to be examined. When Gregory brought them in, the puppies were absolutely filthy, said Robin Vincent, KHS Shelter Operations Director. They were covered in urine and were very, very cold, but they were in pretty good health besides that. We gave them baths, gave them their medical checkups, dewormed them, and gave them their first vaccinations. After the puppies were warm and comfortable, the KHS team alerted the authorities so they could investigate this heartless act. Louisville Metro Animal Services found the plastic bin with the deceased puppies. They checked with local businesses; unfortunately, there 2

5 Dante s Heart Puppies with their rescuer were no video cameras or witnesses, so the officers had little information to go on. Local media also asked witnesses to come forward with information, but no one did. Gregory Curry is a true hero for animals, said Robin. He s also a great reminder that we can all make a difference for companion animals, whether that is saving them like Gregory did, or adopting, sponsoring an animal, donating or volunteering all of us can do something to help. KHS staff named the little brown puppy Gregory in honor of the man who saved them. The little black puppy was named Samson. After a week in care, the puppies were ready for adoption. Given the tremendous interest in the puppies, KHS decided to hold a lottery for their adoption; families interested in adopting submitted applications. Two families were then randomly selected from the qualified adopters. Gregory was adopted by Jason and Michelle Kennedy; he lives with two other dogs and the Kennedys 15-year-old son. Samson was adopted by Alex and Megan Carbello of Louisville. We were so amazed by the number of people who came forward wanting to adopt. But we reminded them that every day, the Kentucky Humane Society has wonderful dogs, cats, puppies and kittens looking for loving homes. Each of the animals in our care has his or her own story, and each deserves a happy ending, said Robin. U DONATE to help more animals like Gregory and Samson: kyhumane.org/donate 1000 Lyndon Lane, Louisville, KY It s called Pulmonary Stenosis, a heart condition that will lead to congestive heart failure without intervention. And five-month-old Dante had it. Dante was a happy pup. He didn t know he was sick or why people looked at him with such sad eyes. He didn t know why he shouldn t run and play with all the other dogs. But Dante s time was running out. The veterinarians gave him one, maybe two years to live. Unless he received lifesaving surgery that costs $3,000 to perform. Realizing that we couldn t do it alone, we brought Dante s story to the public. We wanted him to have a chance at a happy, healthy life, and we knew we needed help to make that happen. We shared his story, and we waited. The response to Dante s plight was amazing. Donors gave what they could. Some gave $5 or $10. Others were able to be far more generous. After a few weeks, we had the funds we needed! Dante went to Purdue University s Veterinarian College to have the surgery done. He came through the surgery and is already joyfully bouncing and playing with his foster family. His prognosis is good, and he will soon be ready to take on his next challenge: being someone s forever dog. U Dante with one of our photo volunteers, Payton Dante came through surgery and is happily recuperating. 3 3

6 Spring, and a Cat s Fancy Turns to... Kitten Season, a Time to Learn About Spay/Neuter Spring is in the air! Along with the warmer weather comes what many animal welfare organizations refer to as kitten season. Kitten season begins in early spring and ends in fall, and it is when the greatest number of kittens are born. This occurs because the feline reproductive system is influenced directly by warmer weather and by the the amount of daylight in a 24-hour period. As the amount of sunlight increases, so does an intact female s desire to mate, and many go into heat by mid-january. While this is an exciting time for the shelter, it is also the busiest time of the year. Often times, the Kentucky Humane Society becomes flooded with litters of young kittens needing care from the beginning of spring into the beginning of fall. While kittens are adorable and fun, the large number of kittens turned in can overwhelm the shelter and leave us very short on supplies and foster caregivers. In addition, many of the kittens who arrive need time in foster homes to grow and socialize before they are ready to find their forever homes. Love kittens and want to help? Along with supplies, the Kentucky Humane Society is always in need of foster caregivers! Foster caregivers provide loving, temporary homes for animals who need a little extra TLC before going up for adoption. Some may foster one litter a year, while others foster dozens throughout the year. These amazing individuals help KHS expand our shelter walls, allowing us to save even more lives, and we are so grateful to all of them. If you are interested in being a foster caregiver, visit kyhumane.org to learn more or contact our foster coordinator at U Kitten Shower To get ready for all the little arrivals kitten season brings, the Kentucky Humane Society held a Kitten Shower in mid-march. Dozens of kitten supporters came, bringing much-needed presents such as KMR (kitten milk replacer), bottles, heating pads, soft food, litter, blankets and toys. Shower attendees learned about fostering opportunities, kitten care and the importance of spaying and neutering pets. There were also games, refreshments, items for sale and a raffle. The supplies collected will be used by foster caregivers to provide care along with loving temporary homes. Over 1,000 of the animals KHS takes in every year require a little time in a foster home before they re ready for their forever home. During kitten season, we need more foster caregivers than ever! While some kittens arrive needing only a few weeks in a foster home to grow and socialize, others are younger and need round-the-clock care. Help Kittens Want to help? We continue to welcome supplies for our kittens and other animals. View our Wish List at kyhumane.org/wishlist to see what is needed. U 4

7 Interactive Play The Key to a Healthy and Happy Cat Pet Help Line By Shelby Schulz, Pet Help Line Coordinator We all know that playing with our pets is enjoyable and a great way to bond. But play is also helpful when working on unwanted cat behaviors. Some behavior issues are directly caused by a lack of interactive play! Interactive play refers to playing with your cat with appropriate toys and methods. It means playing with your cat by imitating the prey he would hunt in the wild. In the wild, cats follow a simple cycle throughout their day: hunt, eat, groom, sleep. This cycle requires bursts of energy to catch small prey. The cycle is completed several times in order for the cat to get enough to eat. Domestic cats have not lost this instinct, and providing them opportunities to hunt is important for a cat s happiness and health. So, how do you imitate this hunting ritual? Use toys that allow you to imitate prey without getting your hands in the way. You want to make sure that you are not sending a message to your cat, that hands (or feet) are prey as well. Never play with your cat with your hands or feet, even covered by a blanket. The best types of toys for this are fish pole cat toys. Choose toys that are appealing to your cat, not the human eye. Identify the type of prey your cat likes to hunt. Does she like to chase something that darts around like a mouse? Something that hops and skitters like a bug? Swoops up into the air like a bird? Find what your cat likes and provide toys that allow you to imitate that prey s movement. How will your cat hunt during an interactive play session? First, they will listen for their prey. Make a rustling sound in a paper bag or cardboard box. Use toys with realistic sounds. Don t wave a toy in your cat s face or whip it around too fast. This can frustrate your cat and does not imitate prey. Have your prey slowly come out of a hiding spot in a bag or box, from beyond the couch or a chair. Alternate fast and slow movements, having the prey dart behind things and then come out. Once you have your cat engaged, continue to imitate the movement of prey, but let him catch and kill his prey often throughout the session. You want your cat to feel like a successful hunter. When you are ready to end the play session, have the toy move slower and slower, until it dies. When your cat walks away, put up the toy. This will end the session with your cat feeling proud of his hunting prowess. End this session with a portion of your cat s food to continue the natural hunt, eat, groom, sleep cycle. Active cats need these play/eating sessions three times a day for 15 minutes. Less active cats are fine with two sessions a day. Daily interactive play will keep your cat healthy, help relieve stress during times of change and give your cat an outlet for his energy. If you have a cat who likes to scratch and bite feet as they cross his path, or chase hands as they move, interactive play is the answer. Interactive play can also be helpful for cats avoiding the litter box, integrating a new pet in the home, helping your timid cat get used to new people and many other situations. The physical exercise from interactive play helps reduce stress, and the time spent together helps you form and maintain a strong bond with your cat. For more information on interactive play and its benefits, or for additional help with your cat s behavior issues, contact our free Pet Help Line, or U Ask the Experts Got a pet-related question? Call or text our Pet Help Line to receive free advice and connect to local pet resources, (502) 509-4PET or visit kyhumane.org/help. Our Pet Help Line is made possible by grants from the ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) and the Banfield Foundation. The Pet Help Line is designed to help keep pets in their homes and out of shelters by giving owners the tools they need to have healthy relationships with their pets. U 5

8 KHS Opens Adoption Center at Pewee Valley Feeders Supply The Kentucky Humane Society celebrated the opening of our newest adoption center on March 3 at the brand-new Pewee Valley Feeders Supply, La Grange Road in Louisville. The adoption center has three large-dog kennels, two puppy pens, and condos for kittens and cats. This is the eighth KHS adoption center located in a Feeders Supply store and our 10th adoption center overall. The unique lifesaving partnership between KHS and Feeders Supply started in 1996, when the late Roy Gibson, founder of Feeders Supply, offered a permanent adoption site to KHS at the Springhurst store. For the last 20 years, the locally owned, family-run, pet-supply business has provided free adoption space to KHS. The value of the floor space is approximately $100,000 a year, making Feeders Supply one of KHS most generous ongoing supporters. All adoption counselors at the sites are KHS employees, and pets are available there for adoption 361 days a year. It s a relationship that allows KHS to take in more pets and to save more lives. In 2015, the no-kill animal shelter found homes for over 6,300 pets. U My father was very concerned about pet overpopulation, and he wanted to do something about it, said Pam Longwell, President & CEO of Feeders Supply. We were never interested in buying and selling dogs and cats, and we have always supported the adoption option. This decision helped create a model for other pet stores and shelters to follow. Twenty years ago, Feeders Supply became the first pet supply company in the region and one of the first in the nation to allow an animal shelter to have a permanent adoption center on their premises, said Lori Redmon, KHS President & CEO. Today, over 50 percent of all of the animals adopted from KHS are adopted at a Feeders Supply location. Little Orphan Abner Finds A Family You can t tell by looking at him now, but Abner, a beautiful Thoroughbred, had a rough start in life. His mother had severe birthing complications and the owners needed immediate assistance to save the baby. The very next day, our KHS Equine crew arrived to rescue Abner and transfer him to one of our rescue partners, Dark Horse Training Center. Several challenges were still ahead for baby Abner, as he needed an immediate plasma transfusion and was faced with other medical issues requiring constant monitoring. In addition to giving milk replacer feedings four times daily, our KHS volunteers gave Abner the care and attention desperately needed when a baby is orphaned at such a young age. He started adjusting to life on a farm by interacting with people, other pets (several KHS adopted cats and dogs are on site), and learning life lessons from the other horses. Acclimating the horse to a farm is a critical step in KHS s Equine C.A.R.E. (connect, assist, rescue and educate) program and gives the horses a great shot at adoption. Luckily for Abner, he didn t have to wait long to find a home. KHS President & CEO Lori Redmon and Feeders Supply President & CEO Pam Longwell cut a ribbon to open the Pewee Valley Feeders Supply adoption center. Brett and Mary Rose Cissell from Dark Horse decided to adopt Abner as a wedding present to themselves! Fast forward to now and Abner couldn t be happier. He s well adjusted and enjoying life at Dark Horse Training Center. The farm sits on over 100 rolling acres in central Kentucky and is assisting KHS Equine in fostering and finding homes for other rescued horses. You can help, too, by spreading the word about our new equine services and, in doing so, helping find homes for so many horses in need of permanent families. U 6 6 Abner with Mary Rose and friends

9 Waggin Trail Walk & Festival for the Animals Waggin Trail, presented by Hill s Pet Nutrition, is May 21. Have you registered yet? There s still time to register, raise money for our animals and then to come out and have a great time. Waggin Trail is the Kentucky Humane Society s second-largest fundraiser of the year. Registration and pledges raise vital funds that allow us to save and improve animals lives. This year s Waggin Trail Walk and Festival for the Animals will be held at the Waterfront s Big Four Lawn in Louisville. The event starts at 10 a.m. and concludes at 2 p.m. There will be live music by Ghost Holler and Fun Size Band, food, wine, beer, sodas and many great vendors to visit. Our walk and festival will be a celebration of all you have done to support our animals. So what are you waiting for? Register online today at kyhumane.org/wtrail. U Jimmy and Sissy say join us for Waggin Trail! Presenting Sponsor Event Sponsors Gold Sponsors The Waterfront s Big Four Lawn is a great place to celebrate. Come for the walk; stay for the festival! Presenting Media Sponsor Media Sponsors 7

10 Events Wags to Riches On March 10, we held our first Wags to Riches art show. The event was presented by Park Community Credit Union and held at Copper & Kings in Louisville s Butchertown neighborhood. More than 150 volunteers, artists and supporters came out to admire the donation banks that were decorated by artists young and old. Attendees voted for their favorite banks by making donations to KHS. Copper & Kings offered a tasting tour and specialty sodas, and Born Fresh provided delicious appetizers. In total, the event raised $5,000. Dog Day at the Park Our first Dog Day at the Park was held at Slugger Field on May 3. We want to thank the Louisville Bats and all those who came out with their dogs to support the Kentucky Humane Society. The $4 price of each dog ticket is donated to the Kentucky Humane Society, so your attendance supports us while you and your pooch take it easy and enjoy the game. The next Dog Days at the Park are June 14 and August 23. We hope to see you there! Pegasus Parade We want to thank everyone who cheered us on as we marched in the Pegasus Parade. We enjoy being a part of the greater Louisville community. We ll have photos in the next issue! U Thanks, Mediaura! Check Out Our New Website Have you visited us online recently at? If so, you ve probably noticed some changes. Thanks to the digital marketing team at Mediaura, the Kentucky Humane Society has a brand new website! Our new site has lots of bright colors, beautiful photos and a navigation that makes finding adoptable pets and information about our pet services as easy as possible. The updated site is also mobile-friendly, which is important since over half of our online visitors are accessing the website from their smart phones. We partner with the Kentucky Humane Society because it s the love of animals that makes us human, says Andrew Aebersold, Mediaura CEO. Is your company looking for a full-service agency that specializes in design, development and optimization? You can find out more about Mediaura at U The amazing people at Mediaura have donated tens of thousands of dollars in services and hundreds of hours over the years, and we are grateful for their support on behalf of our animals, says Andrea Blair, KHS PR/Marketing Director. Whenever we have a programming and website need, they are there for us. Mediaura is a full-service interactive agency in Jeffersonville, Indiana, located just a few blocks away from the Big Four Bridge. Since 2012, Mediaura has provided the Kentucky Humane Society with expertise on all of our digital needs. 8

11 The Kentucky Humane Society would like to thank the following donors for their generous contributions between December 1, 2015 and March 31, Thanks $500 or more: Active Heroes Mr. Michael G. Adams Rick & Karen Albers American International Group Ms. Janet Ames Anonymous Sean Arms ASPCA George Bailey & Porter Watkins Banfield Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Curtis Barman Mary Jo Bean Mr. Rodney Bell Benevity Community Impact Fund Best Friends Animal Society Mr. Brink Bloembergen & Ms. Linda S. Johnsen Bluegrass Charitable Golf Scramble Bonnie Family Foundation Mr. Alvin Borowick Mr. & Mrs. Brooks H. Bower Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Bridgewater Danny & Ellen Briscoe Frank & Donna Brothers Carolyn Kay Brown Jane Brown Ms. Meredith Brown Mr. Norman Brown Cafe Press Mr. & Mrs. James E. Carlin Mr. & Mrs. Allan M. Catlett Dr. John Celletti CGI Technologies & Soloutions Inc. Charitable Auto Resources Inc. Ms. Syndi Chesser Mr. & Mrs. Gary Clements Randy & Christe Coe Cynthia & David Collier Commonwealth of Kentucky Department of Treasury Constellation An Exelon Company Mr. & Mrs. Donald Corl Vincent & Maria Corsi Mr. & Mrs. Dick Crane Kelly Crite Ms. Patricia A. Curtis Mr. & Mrs. Richard Curtis Dandelion Ms. Paula Daniels DaVita Total Renal Care Inc. Delta Dental Of Kentucky, Inc. Mr. Hiren Desai Ms. Sallie R. DiLaura Ms. Anne G. Discher Ms. L. Anne Dishman The Dunbar Foundation Ms. Laura Dunbar Mr. Thomas E. Dunbar Mr. Wallace H. Dunbar Ms. Barbara Duncan Ms. Katherine Eldridge Electrical Union Workers IBEW #369 Ms. Cynthia Y. Embry Ms. Karen Eves Ms. Heather Falmen & Mr. Keith Zirbel Feeders Supply Co. Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Ms. Doris Flack Ms. Heather Floyd Frazier-Joy Family Foundation Ms. Carla Fridley-Brown Terry Fultz Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Gammons Gannett Foundation, Inc Joanne W. Gauntt Charitable Foundation GE Foundation Estate of Mrs. Jean Maxwell Dawson Gray Dr. Stacy Gregory David Gross Dr. & Mrs. Jason Guin Ms. Sandy Gutermuth Ms. Teresa B. Hall Mr. Joe Hampton Ms. Mary W. Hancock Mr. & Mrs. Frank Harshaw Mr. David D. Hartmann Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Heavrin Mr. & Mrs. David Heimerdinger Henderson Services LLC Ms. Mary E. Herche Henry & Roxy, the Pit Bulls Hilliard Lyons Ms. Deborah Hite Mr. Greg Pilotte & Dr. Jayne Hollander Mr. Matthew Howell Mr. & Mrs. David Huls O.H. Irvine Estate Mr. & Mrs. Link Joseph Mr. & Mrs. Mark Joyner Lori & Kevin Redmon Dr. Elizabeth A. Katzman Jared Keesee The Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels Kentucky Horse Council Inc. Kentucky Wireless Association Ms. Mary Kerr Ms. Leigh Kessinger Klein Family Foundation, Inc. Diane Sanders Koehler & Patricia Sanders Werner Memorial Trust Ms. Andrea Kristofy Kroger Ms. Michelle Kruschwitz Ms. Melanie Kuhn Ms. Christy L. Lawson Ms. Lisa Lewellen Louisville Credit Union Chapter Louisville Dog Run Association Ms. Amy Luttrell Mr. & Mrs. James Lyons Ms. Simone Mancuso Mr. Charles Marasa Mr. & Mrs. Jason Marshall Mattei-Rothschild Foundation Allen S. Mattingly Trust Marion McClain Mrs. Mary McClean Ms. Sherry Mctyeire Ms. Stephanie Melder Miss Hannah Miller Ms. Rosemary Miller Tom & Elizabeth Morris Network For Good Mr. Robert A. Nolan Jr. One Stroke Inks Russell D. Page & Joseph C. Stambaugh Palmer Products Corp Park Community Credit Union, Inc. Ms. Sarah Dunbar Parker Mr. & Mrs. Allan M. Parnell PetFirst Pet Insurance Phenom LLC Richard & Rosemary Phillips Ms. Eileen Pickett Mr. Ben Pilling Dr. Michele Pisano Mr. & Mrs. Saul Pohn Razoo Foundation Mr. William S. Reeser Jr. Mary Pat Regan Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Reutlinger III RKD Alpha Dog Mr. Mark E. Robbins Mr. & Mrs. Albert B. Roberts Ms. M. Diane Roberts Tonya Robinson Mr. Isaac Rosenzweig Louis T. Roth & Co. Ms. Jennifer B. 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Yoakum Jr. Yoga I.S., LLC YourCause Paying Agent Yum! Brands Foundation, Inc. Ms. Catherine Zoeller $50 or more in honor or memory of a loved one: In Memory of. Mac Allen by Mr. and Mrs. Kevin McDowell Abbey by Mrs. Theresa Barrett Abby & Tiny dog, our precious puppies by Ms. Sandy Gaither Abby Raenna & Snowflake by Timothy Wait Admiral by Kathy Mae Miller s Angel Class Alan Keith Etherton by Ms. Theresa Atkins by Ms. Sarah Himmel by John, Devin & Kristin Sampson and Karen Hurtubise by Scott and Mary Jennings by Dr. Roger A. Magnusson by Roger, Vicki & Melissa Rawlings, Nick Rawlings & Elizabeth Dunn by Ms. Erica Rigney by The Elzy Family by Orrin Fontenot & Family by Mr. and Mrs. Donald Etherton by Ms. Linda Lykins Alice Ewals by Mr. Michael Boisseau All my dogs by Ms. Gloria J. Bryant Amelia by Natasha, Mommy & Granny Amy Allgeier by Kentucky Association of Health Care Facilities Andy Reichwein by Mr. and Mrs. Alan Hauss Angel, my sweet spaniel by Ms. Iris M. 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12 Banjo by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cordts Barbara Francis by Mr. Ray Francis Barbara Jean Gordon by Ms. Annell G. Downey by Mr. and Mrs. James Gibbs by Ms. Carol L. Cornette Barret Strater Hill by Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G. Smith Baxter by Mr. Bill Sudduth and Ms. Jayne Culp Beamer Stevenson, our beloved GSP by Dr. and Mrs. Charles Stevenson Becky Kemp by Ms. Lisa Cheek by Ms. Katy Collis by Ms. Barbara H. Tharpe Beloved Boxers, Schatze & Schupo by Ms. Marcia R. Wilmet Beloved pets of Turney Berry, Kendra Foster & Vickie & Mark Stein by Dr. Susan G. Bornstein and Mr. David Fox Bernard H. Allgeier by Mrs. Mildred Allgeier Beryl Litsey by Julie, Jackson and Cole Betty Cox Satterly by Ms. Carolyn Rieber by Ms. Charlotte M. Greenwell Betty Lou Alpern by Ms. Courtney Jenkins Beverly Wagner by Ms. Lisa Thal Bigg, my beloved dog by Kelley M. McIntyre Bill & Ruby Beggs by Dr. and Mrs. Jason Guin Billy Ray McFadin by Ms. Jeanie Langschied by Jack & Vicki McFadin Blackjack by Ms. Tammy S. 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Ising Jr. by The Handy Family Carol Jane Myre by Ms. Ann Abney Carolyn Lloyd by Mr. Ronald Million Casper & GW by Mr. Joseph Winters CeCe Stone Cece, Atticus & Mopsy by Ms. Jessica Brown Chaos & Bear Belote by Mr. Bryan Belote Charles Warner Charles Whitson by Ms. Ruthanne Dunn Charlie by Lisa M Feldkamp Charlie by Ms. Patricia A. Meurer Charlie & Stella by Mr. and Mrs. James N. Hiken Charlie Boy by Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Klein Chip French by Mr. Roy T. Toutant Chloe by Ms. Patricia McConnell Chloe the Great Pyrenees by Kim and Glenn Koestel Chris Bosley by Mr. James A. Bosley Christopher Lindsey Smith by Ms. Clyda H. Crockett by Ms. Amanda Sisley by Ms. Barbara Donaldson by The Gardner Foundation, Inc. by Mr. and Mrs. Bud Morgan Christopher Talley by Kathryn & Katie Middleton & Carolina Kate Cindy Gurrero by Mrs. Carole Christian Cissee Ward by Mrs. Jane Martin Cleo Wilder by Ms. Christine Wilder Cliff Amos by Ms. Madelon F. Zady Clifford Bannister Amos Jr. by Apple Patch Community, Inc. Clover by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bingham Clyde Taylor by Maureen Taylor Cookie by Ms. Leigh Kessinger Creed Price by Ms. Veronica Davidson D.J. Sperry by Sue H. Sperry Daniel Tom Smith by Ms. Rebecca Sommer by Ms. Sharon L. Painter by Mrs. Kathy Willinger Daniel Joseph Leist by Ms. Susan Berkshire Danny Moon by Ms. Barbara Becker Danny Newton by Mrs. Colleen Newton Darryl Veigel by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Faulkner Dave Ogden by Mr. Howard M. Hixenbaugh David Lovelace by Mac T. Lacy David Walts by Steve and Donna Kamber by Jerome and Gerry Skees Deborah Anne Luckett by Mr. Tom Rector by Mr. Christopher Roark Deidre King by Ms. Dana L. Garner Delois Jane Selby by Gary and Missy Platt Dexter & Arlo, our beloved pets by Dr. and Mrs. James P. Talbott Dexter DooLittle & Willie Wonka by Ms. Helena Brice-Moore Dezi by Mrs. Rhonda DeBell Dolores Spillman, my Mother by Ms. Sarah Henry Donald W. King by Creative Alliance by Dick & Linda Dean by Ms. Patti Gregg by The Bridge Firends; Jane Alexander, Anne Greenwell, Darlene Yann, Mary Jennings, Barb Bulotac, Jeanne Blackburn, Iris Chandler, Mary Jane Masearick, Sally Lenihan, Patty Williamson, Carol Armstrong, Barb Paddock & Claudia Robertson by Mr. Paul K. Mann by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Yeager by Zinter Handling, Inc. by Craig Hamilton & Martha Lynn by Bob & Jane Tolleson by Ms. Beverly Goodwin by Linda & Mark Mulloy by Ms. Elizabeth Gardner by Mr. and Mrs. Jim Williamson Donna Comstock by Michael and Robin Miller Donnie O Bryan by Mr. Ronald P. Hillerich Dorine Benjamin by Tri-Generations LLC Doris R. Green by Mr. Clyde Green Dorothy Dotty Ann Irby by Ms. Catherine Zoeller by Ms. Kathy M. Newton by Kittie Smith by Julie A. Gutermuth Dotty Priddy Goff by Clare Oestringer Douglas Devlin by Vanessa Popplewell, Kate Carpenter, Corey Christensen, Karen Klemenz, Destiny Petitt, Pat Thornton, Pam Carnew, Sandy McNeil & Patty Eiden Doyle Shircliff by Ms. Cathy Shircliff Dr. Charles Davis by Ms. Betty A. Broecker Dr. Wade Hall & Basic by Ms. Lynn S. Renau Dublin by Mr. Robert A. Nolan Jr. Earl Singer by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ulmer Eddie Chandler Jones by Steven and Susan Jones Edith Owen by Mr. and Mrs. Philip Simpson Eileen Ann Tabor by Jim, Carroll, Kenny, Ida, Suzy, Tom, Mike & Polly Brotzge by Mr. Proctor Burress by Mr. Kenneth Thomas by Mary & Dan Parker by Ms. Cynthia Greene by Ms. Debra Hyde Elizabeth Whitelaw by Mr. Thomas Jordan Elly Grady by Ms. Dorothy J. Miller Elmer & Rudy by Ms. Jamie Wright Elvis by Ms. Cathleen Payne Emmons, beloved companion of Tanya Engler by Ellen and George Behrend Evan Lynch Fancy & Doug by Ms. Ashley Waters Floyd Stephen Amsler by Sydney Goetz by Ms. Sarah Henry Gail Watson by Claude Watson Gallant Chief, beloved companion of Tim Tallent by Ms. Patricia A. Meurer George & Laura Stokes by Ms. Bonnie Lund George E. Reiter Jr. by Jack and Gini Reckner George, Reilly & Zoe by Ms. Lynda Seitz Gloria Wynn by Mr. and Mrs. Steven Cottner Goby by Ms. Jennifer Black Gus, beloved companinon of Mr. & Mrs. PR Anderson by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Morel Gwendolyn Kidd by Garvis Kidd Haley by Ms. Nina P. Seigle Haley by Ms. Mia Williams Haley by Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Wolff Hannah by Robert and Margaret Merrick Hannelore E. Ann Paetow Carden by Mr. and Mrs. David Guernsey Harley Davidson Smiley by Ms. Ellen Lewis Harold Lewis by Ms. Jane Younger Hazel & Grendel by Ms. Denise Leigh Heidi by Mr. Todd Santoro Henry C. Morgan Sr. by Mr. and Mrs. John C. Morgan by Ms. Mollie Smith Howard Stocking Hugh Red Hartford by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jenkins Hunter by Ms. Susan P. Reasor Izzy & Prince Dampier by Mrs. Claudia Dampier Jack by Ms. Traci K. Eikenberry Jack Masler by Ms. Mary S. Bailey Jake by Bluegrass Charitable Golf Scramble Jake by Russell and Sherry Lytle Jake, my feline friend by Ms. Brenda M. Watts James Best by Ramona Setser James D. Jim Smith by Richard & Peggy France James Donley by KPMG James Embry by Mr. Gerald W. Stith James O Brien Janeau Fouts Janet Badgett by Ms. Kelly Gowin by Mrs. Lucy A. Gowin by Ms. Carmanna Slaughter-Seay Janet Caisse Janet Harris by Ms. Marilyn Bauman by The Thompson Family Jeff & Sheri Greenhill s beloved Basenji by Mr. Michael Rosen Jeff Corl by Mr. and Mrs. Donald Corl Jerry Kilkelly Jody Becht by Ms. Katherine Taylor JoJo by Ms. Nancy Z. Holt Joseph A. Celletti by Dr. John Celletti Joseph D. Habich Jr. by David & Linda Habich Joseph F. Dunn, my husband by Ms. Ruthanne Dunn Josephine by Ms. G-Ann Hatfield Josh & Ginger Muller, my loving canines by Ms. Linda Muller Josh Dyer Jozee McCarty by Mr. Larry A. McCarty Judy Mueninghoff Cozee by Adam Curry & Jenny Miller & family Julia Hunsberger by Mary & Oscar Mayer June Frances Ott by Advanced Production Systems, Inc. by All of us at Hose Master by Craig Jones by Ms. Renee Taylor by John Adams & Family by Bill Hackmiller, Evan Lafferre, Jennifer Drexler, Joe Keith, Laura Pusey, Robbie Abner, Robin Hoefflin, Deon Booker, Paula Rogers, Claudia Zehnder, Will Harned, Donna Wolf, Tom Carpenter and Perry Goldstein by Courtney & Fred Best 10 10

13 by Mary Lou & Jay Campbell by McDevitt Family K.C. & Anna by Loretta Boydston Kalli & Chloe by Becky Williams Kathy A. Chilton by Ms. Lisa L. Mcallister Kayla by Ms. Tricia K. Hofmann Keith & Mary Ellen Hassett s beloved little doggie by Ms. Lou Ellen Williams Keith Hassett s Mother by Aunt Lou Kelly E. Thompson LaFollette by Fairdale Lions Club Inc. by Ms. Meleesa S. Oldham Kennedy H. Clark Jr. by The Hylands Kennels Kevin Dugan Larz Markham-Abedi by Teri, Shawn, Anthony & Gavin Laura Mangeot Lavelle Stephenson Leo by Ms. Claire K. Shadburne Leonard Tingle by S. Wayne Nuss by J.G. and Dolores Radford Levi Winder Bedwell by Ms. Leigh Reasor Lexy Kelley by Ms. Diane M. Kelley Lickerish by Ms. Linda L. Parry Lily by Ms. Kristin Regala Linda Teets by Joyce & Tom Arms Little Bit, my dog by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones Little Bo Jr. by Dorothy Moss Logan Howington by Ms. Jessica Howington by Susan Howington Lola Carlin by Mr. and Mrs. James E. Carlin Lucie, our toy poodle by Ms. Carol Rumrill Lucille Henson by Bruce and Diana Mitchell Lucky by Robert Kasting D.M.D. LuLi, Sophie, Myra, Indi, Nievl & Spot by Mr. Stephen A. Thomas Maddie, the best cat ever! by Ms. Christi Baunach Maggie by Mr. Mike Kenney Maggie Kiefer by Randi Barnes Major & Lacey Yates by Steven & Carol Scheff Marcella Miller by Sandy, George & Nancy, George & Shirley, Neil & Diane, Ron & Karen, Theresa, Joyce, Martha & Candy Maren Opitz Murphy by Your Policy Services Family Margaret Schagene by Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pope Martha Van Natta by DSB - US Census Bureau by B&J Trucking Mary Bishop Mary Cunningham by Stephen & Mindy Marks Mary Duley Davis by Joni Dalton Mary Elizabeth Parsons by Brownsboro Park Mary Elizabeth Reid by Dr. Joe F. Arterberry Mary Helen Bishop by Bob Bishop by Mr. Paul L. Gerber by Joyce Van Lines, Inc. by Mr. Robert M. Summers by Donna & John Knebel by Ms. Lisa S. Christman Mary Lou Cunningham by Ms. Wendi Cunningham Taylor by Sheehy & Associates by Ms. Melissa Tapley by Francis Balf & Family and Ellen Gray & Family Mary Lou Wilkerson by Dr. and Mrs. Jerry B. Buchanan Mary Tyler Dendy by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dendy Max & Buffy by Derrick Drake Max Wombwell, faithful dog by Mr. and Mrs. George B. Wombwell Maz, Millie & Lucy by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Eschman Melvin by Ms. Katherine Elder Meryl Jean Terhune by Bill & Ann Monhollon Michael Lattis by Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Messaros Milka by Mr. William Haak Minnie by Ms. Ann D. Decker Miranda Hendrix by Wil James & the Toyota Team Members Miss Kitty by Ken and Deborah Bass Missie, our beloved dog of 16 years by Ms. Barbara Ann Johnson Missy by Ms. Dawn Urschel Molly by Chris and Pam Pearson Molly Bacon by Dara Feldt Molly Elizabeth by Rhonda Wanner MoMo, beloved cat of Laurie Engleman by Ms. Maricita Heuglin Mona Mallory Moose, Axe & Mo, our beloved pets by Rick and Karen Albers Morgan by Ms. Tonya Madden Morris G. McCrocklin by Ms. Courtenay Murakowski Mr. O Reilly by Ms. Joyce Bonick Muffy, Little Dog, Sam, Silver & Raven by Ms. Brenda Moody My sweet Bailey by Debra L. Wohner Nana Kent by Ms. Kayleen M. Courier Nancy A. Johnson by Michael & VA Foreman (S&J Electric) by Ms. Darlene Helm by Martha & Roberta by Mr. and Mrs. Leo Camp by Mr. Scott W. Dolson by Ms. Mary Catherine Evers by Phil and Dot Patterson Nicole Foreste Sancomb by Kirkby and Stephanie Tittle by Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rash Niki by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brooks Norma Breed Norma Nova Decker Vincent by Ms. Leslie Covington by Mr. Ronald P. Hillerich by Mary Watts, Terri & Mitch, Bob & Pam, Karen & families Norma Lee Whitten by Judy Hardesty, Mary Cox, Donna Murphy, Kitty Davidson, Angela O Neill & Theresa Henken by Fred & Brenda Harley Oliva Kirchner by Ms. Amber L. Kirchner Owen McMasters by Ms. Jill Sivori P.D. by Ms. Connie M. Woods Patch Edlin by Ms. Jennifer Imorde Pauline Tandy by Mr. and Mrs. Greg Tandy Payson Grimm by Ms. Leslie Frye Peaches by Melanie Pierson Peeper, my beautiful cat by Mrs. Deborah A. Phillips Penny by Mrs. Marva Goodlett Percival & Tristan by Jessica Goldstein Pete, beloved companion of Abby & Alan Dunaway by Mr. Robert A. Nolan Jr. Phoebe Sue by Arbutus Collins Pookie & Kashmir by Rick and Tammy Houchens Pre by Steve and Mary Paul Ralph Martin by Mr. and Mrs. John Ackerman Ralph Stemler Reilly by Ms. Lynda Seitz Rex, Casey & Sabo by Ms. Michelle Norris Richard Abney by Ms. Erika Ray by Ms. Cheri Wheeler Richard Harrison Ricky Mitchell by Ms. Jody L. Shaikun by Donna Vowing & Bryan Blackburn by Ms. Laura Hughes by Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mounce Richard James by Mr. Richard James Roady Girl by Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sego Robert Edward Riesert by Ms. Leslie K. Gagnon by Mr. and Mrs. John T. Bondurant by Gabe Vogel Rocky & Serae by Vincent and Maria Corsi Roger Day by Ms. Revella A. Hamilton Romeo by Mrs. Kristi Miles Rosalee Sanders by Ms. Missy Nido by Plumbers Supply Co. by Mr. Joseph Smith Rosie by Ms. Betty Unruh Roy & Calvin by Ms. Linda Snyder Rratt by Mr. Jim Corwin Rufus by Dr. Donne D. Harmon Rufus, Zena & Zelda by Ms. Susan H. Glazer Rylynd Remy by Nash & Hudson Meredith S.W. Palmer-Ball by Palmer Products Corp Sally Underwood by Will & Erica, Allen, Wilson & Stephanie, Andy & Mia, Jack & Amanda, Erasmo & Brittany and Curt by Brookland Cemetary LLC by Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Dickey by Heaven Hill Brands by Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. Jones by Superior Vault Company, Inc. Sammie & Foxie by Mr. and Mrs. Gary Clements Saskatoon, the best terrier in the world by Ms. Rhea Timmons Sassy, our dear kitty by Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Grace Scarlett, Big Sam, Rhett & Ashley by Mr. and Dr. Michael Miller Schnoopsie by Ms. Tonya G. Newman Scooter by Ms. Leesa Hill Scotty, beloved companion of Ashley Taylor by Ms. Mary Hornek Scout by Ms. Vicki Johnson-Leuze Scout Lindner by Mr. Bill Sudduth and Ms. Jayne Culp Scruffy by Ms. Ashley Humpich Sean Kimberlin by Ms. Leslie K. Hale Sebastian Whiskers by Mr. & Mrs. Todd Curtis Shaggy by Ms. Sara Larde Sharla Mae by Ms. Rebecca B. Bruner Sheba & Sam by Ellis Hannahs Shelby by Bonnie Baker Shelby & Jack by Ms. Stephanie Walker Shellie April Harrington by Cheryl Harrington Sherry Deane by Lee & Pat Coleman Simba by Mrs. Susan M. Morris Simon & Mr. Bean by Jen Nelson Simon & Salem by Mrs. Faith E. Good Sissy & Shadow by B.J. Sweazy Skipper, beloved dog Carol & Charlie Hebel by Rev. Edward W. Schadt Skyler by The Mulligans Snapper Dog by RL and Martha Bandy Snowball & Holly Berry by Mrs. Donna R. Chamberlain Soddy & Tugger by Mrs. Charlotte A. Kaufman Sophie by Ms. Joan Masters Spark, Sandy, Bessie, Micky & Bubba, my canine babies by Ms. Denise Kleczynski Suezell Cook by Za Flores by Ms. Melissa Niedert by Becky & Tooley Ward by Ms. Claudia A. Houston by Ms. Jill McIntosh by Janet & Ted Fine Sug Schusterman by Ms. Janet Ames Sugar, beloved cat of Debra Stamper by Mr. John Selent Sunny by Mr. Michael Freeman Sunny & Shadow by Ms. Judith B. Reed Sweet Pea Thomas by Ms. Kathy Thomas Sydney Stout by Kelly Stout Tank, beloved cat of Tammy Siers by Ellen and George Behrend Tera Wray Static by Jon & Abbi Wurth Teresa Butt by Mrs. Alisa O. Gray Terry Jay Waugh by Mr. and Mrs. Philip T. Hines Jr. Terry Thieneman by Mrs. Andrea M. Greenwell Tess by Mr. Ryan Sells Travis Waddle by Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Knott Trevor by Mr. Martin Weber Truly & Teeny by Adrienne & Meagan Woidich by Mark and Peggy Woidich Tyleen Farmer by Ms. Cheryl Jones Tyler, our Yorkie by Ms. Betty Whiteley Virginia Currie by A Taste of Kentucky by Dave & Donna Barrickman by Ms. Joan Sanford William Bill Hunter by Mr. George E. Ramser Jr. William D. Campbell the Cat s by Ms. Mary Faith Campbell William Hunter by Mr. Tim Cecil William Joseph Bruenderman by Robin and Brock Gamez 11 11

14 William Leo Smith Sr. by Ms. Donna F. Smith Willie & Kiwi by Mark and Peggy Woidich Wizzard & Ruff Ruff by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Fodera Woodford by Mr. and Mrs. Cyril J. Stocker Yuppie by Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Whalin Zara Wade by Mr. Jimmy Cannaday Zuki, our dog by Christy Vermost In Honor of. Abby by Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Magers All adopted animals and their families by Mr. and Mrs. Dick Crane All my animals by Ms. Cynthia Wood Allen Button & Judith Daniel by Jason Daniel Allie by Ms. Patricia I. Flaherty Alyse Wagner by Health Management Resources Corp. Amanda Grangier - Merry Christmas! by Treva & Tony McGrath Amy Sandlin & Merlot Plus Riesling by John Sandlin Angela Louden by Larrie Louden Anthony Vowels - Merry Christmas! by Billy and Judy Vowels Aunt Mary & Uncle Denny Heinen - Merry Christmas! by Mrs. Robin L. Woodward Bear, our cat by Mr. and Mrs. Linwood A. Watson Jr. Beatrice K. Cat by Tracy Keller Beauregard Roberts by Mr. Josh Roberts Bella by Dr. and Mrs. Donald B. Katz Bill Stemmle by Ms. Margaret A. Lally Bode & Dee Dee by Ms. Charlene Woods Boots by Mr. John Barton Braxton Kelley s 8th Birthday! by Mrs. Melissa J. Kelley Brockman Walker Bell by Mr. Christopher Bell Buddy by Mr. Tim Haley Buster Griesbeck by Ms. Katie Griesbeck 12 Caesar by Cheryl Scott Casey Carl, my kitty by Ms. Denise Carl Cecil Mink by G. Derrick Hodge Chance E. Rowe - my rescue dog & best friend by Ann K. Rowe Charlotte Schuhmann by Mr. Andrew Schuhmann Chelsea by Ms. Jennifer B. Rousos Cindy Lou by Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Bishop Clara Hudson by Mavin Martin Clayton, Dean & Pence Turner, Katie, Paul, Avery & Elliot Turner, Ginny & Scott Rudes & Family, Ruth Cloudman, Alice Cornel & Margy & Preston Thomas by Ms. Paula Hale Conner Coalrich by Autumn Colarich Constellation Employee Volunteers by Ms. Barbara Shortridge Dagaz & Jera by David Keely Daisy Ann by Ms. Janice L. Glanz Dakotah Kaelin by Ms. Deborah Hite by Mrs. Elizabeth d. Kaelin Dana Arnold s 70th Birthday! by Carolyn Kay Brown Danny Cash by Ms. Holly J. Rogers Dawn York by Ms. Deborah Price Dennis Weldon by Susan Trubey Diana Rodriguez by Bill and Betty Whitaker Dixie by Ms. Hadley A. Hendrick Donn Farrell by Mr. Kenneth Thomas Donna Campbell by Ms. Christina Campbell Dorothy Neely by Jim Summersgill Dozer by Ms. Katie Carbone Dr. Chele Zehnder by Ms. Amy Hardin Dr. Philip Heye by Ms. Andrea B. Dunlap Dwight Lindsay by The Staff at Allergy Care Elizabeth Robertson - Merry Christmas! by Alice & Greg Schaaf Ellen, Susan & Sherill by Ms. Betty H. Schwartzel Emily Burns by Mr. Justin Lane Briggs Emily Holt by Ms. Tammy DeArmond Eric, Lesley & Rocky Brown by Ms. Judy McCombs Foxie by Mrs. Nedra A. Brown Frank & Virginia Liedtky s Christmas! by Fred and Bobbie Cook Gary & Shirley Costello by Ms. Victoria S. Costello Georgia by Ms. Mary Downs Gordon Lamb & Diane Seamon by Ms. Mary Lamb Graham & Valerie Ellis by Mr. James Ellis Great Colleagues; Tony, Sherri, Michael, Mary Jo, Kim, Dr. Mike, Gail, Olivia, Stacie, Emily & Chaz by Dr. Quinn Chipley Gregory Curry by Jonni Miller Greta by Stein Automotive Greta by Ms. Donna Wirick Gus & Predecessors by Rev. and Mrs. Harold Linn Hana & Haley Priddy by Dana Pearl Hannah, Lucky, Beasley & Bell by Ms. Judy Landis Harrell Tague by RPE Agents Herbie & Teddy Hertzman by Allen and Michelle Hertzman Hope by Ms. Kathleen Bariteau Hunter Basham by Ms. Nicole Basham Iris Harvey by George Harvey Ivon by Ms. Linda Joffrion Jack Russel formerly known as Toga by Ms. Deborah Rawn Jake by Mr. Rick Lear James Lievre by John and Jeannie Vezeau Jamie Laws by Louis T. Roth & Co. Jane Dreidame by Ms. Karen Weber Janet Parker & Sammy - Merry Christmas! by Alice & Greg Schaaf Jazmine Anderson by Ms. Faith Anderson Jean Locy by Mark and Jean Locy Jennifer Caldwell by Betty Tatro Jennifer Ringstaff by Louis T. Roth & Co. Jerry & Linda Jarvis by Mr. and Mrs. David Jarvis Jethro by Ms. Diane O. O Bryan Jewel by Mr. Kevin McKeel John & Janet Ames by Ms. Bettina M. Whyte John Friend & Tyler Korus - Merry Christmas! by Bishop & Associates John H. Weathers by Maureen Capalbo Johnny by Tom Shurling Jordan by Bevelry & James Robertson Joshua Curtis Fultz by Terry Fultz Josie Howell by Mr. Matthew Howell Joy by Ms. Dorothy Denniston Jules & Jen - Merry Furry Christmas! by Gordi Smith Karen, Catman & Peanut by Dennis Hall Kathie Wrightson by Ms. Lisa Wrightson Keith Underwood by Rachel Underwood Kelsey DeLorenzo by Cherene Saradar Kentucky Department of Travel & Tourism by Miles Partnership Kirsten, Sugar & Mo by Ms. Cheryl Martin Willett Kyle & Macy by Cheeky and John Bahe Lady Sarah by Ms. Jeannine M. Wise Laura Dunbar s Birthday by Mr. Thomas E. Dunbar by Mr. Wallace H. Dunbar by Ms. Sarah Dunbar Parker Leah Greenberg, Mia Zuber & Sarah Pape by Mrs. Corinne M. Greenberg Lesley McCombs by Ms. Linda Kline Lexie & Sophie by Ms. Amy B. Hogan Lilly by Ms. Debra K. Bauder Lira Johnson by Loren Beyer Logan Howington by Ms. Jessica Howington Loren Beyer by Ms. Lira A. Johnson Lucy & Katie, beloved pets of Cissy Musselman & Dooney, beloved pet of Maureen McGowan by Ms. Janet Ames Mackenzie Wallace by Ms. Jessica Iezzi Maddie Schueler by Mr. Matthew Schueler Madison, McKinley & Merynn Butler by Bryce Butler Maggie by Kelsey Colvin Mandy & Annie Laurie by Ms. L. Anne Dishman Margaret Sutton by Robert Brown Marian Osborne - Happy Birthday! by Richard and Laura Dimin Marie Roby by Susan Roby Mark & Donna Wrightson by Ms. Lisa Wrightson Mark & Peggy Woidich by Adrienne & Meagan Woidich Mark Roberts & Amy Duncan by Mr. Christoper A. Cook Martha Martin by Ms. Lisa Cates Mary & Tom Radle by Ms. Amy McTyeire Max, Ella & Archie by Ms. Vonda Motsinger Maya by Ms. Michelle McQueen Mazie by Nate Schmidt Members of Louisville Dog Run Association by Louisville Dog Run Association Merlyn Fee by Ms. Eulalie Fee Michael Anthony Curtis, dear friend 2015 by Mr. and Mrs. Michael Springer Michael Foshee & Alia Hodge- Foshee by Ms. Elisabeth U. Foshee Michael Widerschein & Aline Meeker - Happy Hanukkah! by Ms. Lotte W. Widerschein Michelle Hertzman s birthday by Ms. Teresa Kelley Michelle Jones by Slack Technologies, Inc. Mike & John Anson by Mr. Fred M. Goldberg Mila aka Tina by Samantha Shelton Milo by Ms. Martha A. Johnson Missy by Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Austin Mitzi Trommler by Ms. Helene Trommler Molly, my yellow lab by Phyllis McMurry Tate Mr. & Mrs. Denny Heinen by Ms. Janice Giles Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Hoke Jr. by T.M. Crutcher Realty Corp Murphy by Eugene Bechtel Murphy by Carole Lash My rescued dogs and cats by Ms. Sandra Pister Nolan Wesley - Merry Christmas! by Ms. Kathy Wesley Norma Farr by C.T.R. & J. Olive by Amy Seiler Opal by Ms. Suzanne P. Smiley Oscar by Mr. Lewis P. Seiler Jr. Patches, Sandler & Della by Sheree Banet Patrick & Elizabeth Padgett by Ms. Maryland Austin Peggi Reed by David Brumley Penny Lane by Ms. Pamela Young Poppy s Birthday by Ms. Anita Blount by Mr. Timothy M. McDaniel Pumpkin by Ms. Betty J. Hall Randy & Jane Pratt by Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hornaday Rebecca by Mr. Joseph Best Rebecca Bolten by Ms. Sara Bolten Reece (formerly Jonah) by Megan Martin Reesa Strange by Mallory Strange Rev. Lisa Tolliver & Dr. Terri Wood by Ms. Cynthia Allen Robert Westerman by Ms. Cindy C. Westerman Robin by Royce Coleman Rosemarie Weber by Mr. Warren Weber Sable by Jane Adam Sabrina & Tabitha by Ms. Janis Livers Sadie by Dara Feldt Sadie Mae by Ms. Elizabeth Rankin Sam & Maddie Fox by Ms. Jennifer Fox

15 Volunteer DeTails Fostering Confidence Love animals and want to give back? Become a foster caregiver! Every year, the Kentucky Humane Society takes in over a 1,000 pets who need a little time in a home before they can be adopted. Typically these pets need a temporary home because they are either too young to be spayed/neutered and adopted, or they are recovering from illness, injury or surgery. Other animals may be wallflowers who are shy and need time in a foster home to relax. Many of our foster caregivers work full time and already have pets on their own. Interested in learning more? Visit our website, kyhumane.org or by Megan Decker, PR/Marketing Assistant Tori Miller has loved animals since she was a young girl and has always aspired to save as many as she can. After moving to Kentucky when she was nine years old, her mother developed severe allergies, and Tori was no longer able to have pets. As soon as Tori grew up, found her own place and became financially stable, she began preparing for a new addition. The first place she started looking? The Kentucky Humane Society. Tori adopted her first dog, Maya, from KHS in 2015 and quickly adopted her second, Luke, three months later. During Luke s adoption, Tori learned about our foster program and immediately sent in her Foster application. Tori says she wanted to join the foster program because, after learning more about KHS, she fell in love with the organization and wanted to help as much as she could. There are no words for how excited I was to start fostering. I always want to help as much as I can, and fostering gives me the chance to make a difference in these animals lives. Since she began fostering, Tori has provided a temporary home for more than 30 needy dogs and puppies. Tori says while she loves fostering puppies, her favorite animals are the Wallflower fosters. Wallflowers are very shy animals who often hide from new people and are easily spooked by sounds and objects. Wallflower foster caregivers focus on building trust and confidence in these shy, fearful dogs and help them become welladjusted companions. They are often big dogs, but they are scared of even the tiniest thing. Seeing them get braver and learn how to interact with people is truly amazing. These dogs don t understand how human interaction works, and seeing them finally accept and love me is the best feeling. When Tori isn t dedicating her time to KHS animals, she works as a leasing agent and enjoys bowling and going out with her friends. Tori has three dogs and a cat, all of whom she adopted through KHS. The latest adoption was one of her recent Wallflower dogs, Melody. Honestly, the thing I like most is fostering. I love hanging out with the Tori with Melody animals and playing with them. I love taking my dogs out to get ice cream or Starbucks Pup Cups. They are my hobby and what I do when I m not working. I have an obsession, but I am 100 percent okay with it! U Samantha by Pat and Larry Kirk Sara Hagan Sells & Rufus by Mr. and Mrs. Mark Sells Scout & Jacy by Ms. Marcia G. Luckett Sharon Kraemer - Merry Christmas! by Nicole, Stephen, Julie, Jamie & Myles Sheena by Ms. Gloria J. Bryant Shiloh & Lyra by Jennifer Goldberg Sparky Van Barky by Ms. Linda Arnold Sport, Churchill, Daisy, Cash, Lucky & Cici by Ms. Laura Dunbar Stephanie Finney by Ms. Elizabeth Olson Stephanie Richards by Mr. Matthew Christison Stephen & Michele by Ms. Beth McKendrick Stephen Amato by Ms. Anne Fleming Steve Flynn & Cindy Vaughn by Dana Greathouse Sue Schonberger by Janice Bird Susan Oppel - thanks for Cricket by Viloet McClure Tally & Ginger by Carol S. Brinkman Tamara by Mr. and Mrs. Saul Pohn Tatum Fox by Ms. Lisa DeSpain Taz by Mr. and Mrs. David Stevens Terry Moore by M. Gullion Tessa & Zelda by Paul and Christy Medina The Farrell Family by Keegan Storrs The Hoffman Family by Ms. Sandra Kirkby The Makela Family by Hester H. Haick Thelma Tolakis by Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Disney Jr. Thomas Stone by Mr. and Mrs. Michael Stevens Tigger by Kathleen Mueller Tigger Wigger Woo Moore by Ms. Helena Brice-Moore Toby & Tinkerbell by Ms. Juliet Davenport Todd, Marsha & Sydney Veith by Kasey Brady Tom Smith by Mr. J. T. Smith Tricia Hofmann - Merry Christmas! by Mr. David Kirkby Vera & Agnes Loeser by Mr. and Mrs. John Ackerman Will Kishman by Ms. Annie Ericson Street Journal 13 13

16 Thank You! Thank you for your support of the Kentucky Humane Society (KHS), the state s largest pet adoption agency and no-kill shelter. KHS finds loving homes for more than 6,300 cats and dogs a year at our ten adoption locations in Louisville and Southern Indiana. We also spay or neuter more than 10,000 local cats and dogs a year helping reduce the number of unwanted pets. Contributions from supporters like you allow us to fulfill our lifesaving mission. Thank you. U DONATE kyhumane.org/donate 1000 Lyndon Lane, Louisville KY Hill s Pet Nutrition presents 2016 WAGGIN TRAIL Walk & Festival for the Animals Walk, kids games, vendor booths, food trucks, beer and wine, live music, fun! Start a team, raise money for the animals and save lives! kyhumane.org/wtrail Waterfront Park, Big Four Lawn Saturday, May 21, 10 a.m. 2 p.m. Proceeds benefit cats & dogs at the Lifelong Friends 14 Join all the other stars for a night in Hollywood. The red carpet and shelter pets beckon you to this night of glamour and fun. Bid on auction items, both silent and live! Dine on a delicious meal! Cuddle adoptable pets! Dance the night away! Save lives! Learn more at kyhumane.org/ tuxes-tails

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