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Kentucky Humane Society seeks homes for cats

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LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) -- The Kentucky Humane Society says it's brought in a large number of cats and kittens recently and is asking for help in finding them homes.

The shelter has 17 cats that have been in its shelter for more than 100 days, and is offering them free to good homes.  The shelter will also pay for microchipping and license fees.

All the cats are spayed or neutered, have microchips, and have all their shots.  To see them, go to

The Humane Society is also asking for donation of supplies for kittens.  They have more than 110 in foster care, with more arriving each day.  Susan Oppel, operations director, explains, "We have a desperate need for kitten milk formula, litter, litter boxes, blankets and microwaveable heating pads. Many of the kittens who come to our shelter are orphans and must be bottle fed by our foster caregivers until they are old enough to be spayed or neutered and adopted."

From the Kentucky Humane Society:

Donations may be dropped off at the KHS Main Campus at 241 Steedly Drive in south Louisville or at the KHS East Campus at 1000 Lyndon Lane, adjacent to Westport Village. See a full list of needed supplies at


For more information, call (502) 366-3355 or visit

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