Lexington Humane Society heads to western Kentucky for animal relief


LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – Across the state, animal welfare communities have come together to help Mayfield-Graves . County Animal Shelter with their animal rescue efforts from Friday night to early Saturday morning tornadoes.

The Kentucky Humane Society, Cooperation with ASPCA, rolled out groups over the weekend for all Kentucky counties affected by the tornado.

Another team to join them comes from Lexington Humane Society.

They are leaving on Thursday, December 16, by bus to western Kentucky, and their purpose is to transport pre-storm animals, who are not lost, to outside the affected areas. effect to free up space in shelters for rescuers.

Incoming animals are constantly injured. Shelters will be the first place pet owners will defer to be reunited with their dogs, cats, and/or horses.

https://foxlexington.com/news/local/lexington-humane-society-heads-to-western-kentucky-for-animal-relief/ Lexington Humane Society heads to western Kentucky for animal relief

Britta Zeltmann

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