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Hope for All Pets Inc., or HAPI, is an animal rescue based out of Lexington, KY. We primarily focus on dogs and cats from high kill shelters in KY, but we also want to help animals who are in need of rehoming for various reasons, to ensure they find loving, forever homes. Not only do we rescue dogs and cats, we also offer help with other pets, such as, rabbits, guinea pigs, etc.
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – The Lexington Humane Society (LHS) welcomed 14 dogs from the Laurel Co. Animal Shelter (LCAS) on Thursday, relieving the shelter after they received some 130 dogs after a raid at a rescue facility.
P.A.W.S. is an animal shelter located in Paris, Kentucky in the beautiful Bourbon County area. We are a short drive down scenic Paris Pike about 20 miles northeast of Lexington.Lexington-Fayette Animal Care & Control, LLC (LFACC) is contracted annually with the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government to provide the government's mandated animal control services. Located at 1600 Old Frankfort Pike in Lexington, Kentucky, the LFACC shelter receives and cares for around 7,000 stray, abandoned, and relinquished pets every year. LFACC operates 365 days a year to protect the animals of Fayette County and serve the community.The Paris Animal Welfare Society wants to be your FIRST stop when finding a new furry companion! There are wonderful lovable pets just waiting for their furever families. The PAWS shelter is located in beautiful Paris, KY just 30 minutes northeast of Lexington. We have knowledgeable, friendly team members. So whether you’re here to look for your new furry family member, have an animal related question, want to get involved with animal rescue, or want to donate to our mission, you’ve come to the right place!The student team also identified a list of Kentucky’s best shelters — those that appear to be doing a good job of meeting state requirements and providing other essential services such as adoption, spay/neuter programs and basic veterinary care to incoming animals. The shelters that made that list were: Boone County, Bowling Green Warren County Humane Society, Grant County Animal Shelter, Hardin County (also serves Larue), Hopkins County, Humane Society of Nelson County, Jessamine County Animal Care and Control, Kenton County, Knox-Whitley (also serves Clay and McCreary counties), Lexington Humane Society for Fayette County, McCracken County Humane Society, Ohio County, Oldham County Animal Control, Paris Animal Welfare Society for Bourbon County, Pike County, Scott County and the Tri-County Animal Shelter (Rowan, Bath, Carter and Fleming counties).LEXINGTON, Ky., (Jan. 26, 2017) — It has been more than two decades since the last comprehensive study of conditions and compliance with state shelter laws in Kentucky’s county animal shelters. Researchers at the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment’s Department of Veterinary Science recently took on the challenge and also used it as an opportunity to partner with a new Tennessee veterinary school.