Louisville, Kentucky joined the ASPCA Partnership in May 2012. The Louisville partners collaborate to save more at-risk and homeless animals and have made great strides.
Partner agencies in Louisville include:
Louisville Metro Animal Service
An open-admission municipal agency, LMAS takes in thousands of animals a year and offers cruelty investigations, adoption services, community education, licensing and more.
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday noon-6:00 P.M.; Wednesday noon-7:00 P.M.; closed Mondays
Animal House Adoption Center
3516 Newburg Road, Louisville, KY 40218
(502) 473-PETS (7387)
Kentucky Humane Society
The largest pet adoption agency in the state, KHS is a private, non-profit animal welfare agency that places more than 6,000 cats and dogs a year.
To learn how to adopt at KHS’ many locations, please visit its site.
Alley Cat Advocates
Alley Cat Advocates is a non-profit organization whose that aims to promote the humane treatment of unowned cats in the Louisville, Kentucky, area. The group focuses on trap-neuter-return of cats.