The shelter posted on Fb final week that it had run out of canned pet meals. The neighborhood got here collectively and flooded KHS with donations.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The Louisville neighborhood got here collectively once more this week to assist animals in want.
Final week, workers members on the Kentucky Humane Society (KHS) posted on Facebook that they had run out of canned puppy food. KHS has a number of puppies in its care and requested the social media neighborhood for donations to ensure the puppies stayed fed.
On Tuesday, the shelter posted an thrilling replace on its Fb web page.
“It is like Christmas morning on the shelter,” the submit stated. An image with the submit confirmed KHS workers members surrounded by pallets of pet meals. In keeping with the shelter, they began receiving packages from Amazon Monday stuffed with donations.
The submit stated the workers and volunteers have been “overjoyed” to see a lot meals delivered to the shelter.
“You made not solely our workers’s day, however the shelter puppies’ day as properly,” the submit stated.
On Tuesday, the shelter posted that they have been now completely out of canned kitten food and had a number of pregnant cats of their care.
The Kentucky Humane Society retains an up to date Want Checklist on Amazon so anybody from the neighborhood can buy gadgets the shelter may have, together with meals, toys and pet care gadgets. The gadgets can be delivered on to KHS. You possibly can see the current wish list here.
Donations may also be dropped off at 241 Steedly Drive in Louisville.