‘Hatchings and births are always a great time for celebration’: New baby penguins join the Louisville Zoo Thursday, Dec 2 2021 

Baby Little Penguins are expected to enter the public eye in spring.

        

Keep a close eye on your pets this holiday season Thursday, Dec 2 2021 

We love decorating for the holidays, but there are some dangers to be aware of in order to keep your pets safe.

        

‘It is never easy to say goodbye’: Bart, Louisville Zoo sea lion, dies at 28 Wednesday, Dec 1 2021 

Beloved animal ambassador, Bart the California sea lion of the Louisville Zoo, died at a ripe 28 years old.

        

Shay McAlister talks ‘Tiger King 2,’ answers your questions about the Netflix hit Tuesday, Nov 30 2021 

Shay McAlister answered questions about safety, getting interviewed and dealing with personal attacks after appearing in the second season of Tiger King.

        

One of the Louisville Zoo’s most iconic animal ambassadors passes away Tuesday, Nov 23 2021 

Sequoia was estimated to be over 40 years old and lived at the Louisville Zoo since 1985.

        

More than a dozen dogs rescued from neglect, cruelty cases coming to Louisville Tuesday, Nov 16 2021 

The Kentucky Humane Society is taking in dogs and puppies from a breeding facility in Iowa and a failed animal shelter in Arkansas.

        

‘Resist the urge to swerve’: How to avoid, minimize deer-related crashes Friday, Nov 5 2021 

AAA confirmed there were more 3,000 deer-related crashes in Kentucky in 2019.

        

KHS in need of milk for sick mother dog, newborn puppies Friday, Nov 5 2021 

The organization said the mother dog was brought to them after giving birth to 12 puppies. The mother dog is sick and unable to produce milk for her puppies.

        

Free crate giveaway extended through November at LMAS Monday, Nov 1 2021 

Larger breeds are often overlooked by potential adopters, so the nonprofit FOMAS is helping cover some of the added costs of bringing a new pet home.

        

Council approves ordinance linking animal abuse and violence Wednesday, Oct 27 2021 

The ordinance requires first responders be trained to recognize signs of interpersonal violence or neglect while on animal abuse cases.

        

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