Humane Society of Oldham County
Our Featured Pet...
Looking for just the right pet? Welcome to our site. Our animals are healthy (we quarantine all prior to adoption) and friendly (dogs are temperament tested) Best of intentions can turn into a nightmare if your new friend is sick or grumpy. We have some wonderful dogs of all ages.
If you'd like information about becoming a member or volunteering (or both), drop us a line at email@example.com. We'd love to have you!
Who We Are
HSOC is a no-kill organization. Our main mission is promoting spay/neuter to stop pet overpopulation at its source. To that end, we have low-cost spay/neuter clinics at least once a month, and work to educate area residents about the importance of getting their pets altered. We also pay to alter some of the animals from Oldham County Animal Control, in hopes they'll be more attractive for adoption. We've also altered feral cats brought in by concerned residents who don't want to see the colonies continue to grow. We have volunteers who take care of some of the feral colonies around the area. If you'd like more information about our Spay/Neuter program, feel free to contact us by email, mail, or phone.
Adopting a friend
We do not have a shelter or central location to take in animals. We rely exclusively on foster families. Check back with Petfinder or local publications for cats and dogs (or the occasional rabbit!) we have up for adoption We're always in need of reliable foster families, so if you don't want to commit to having a pet in the house for 20+ years but you'd like some temporary companionship, give us a call at 502-222-7537 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.