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    Louisville Metro Animal Services has many cute adoptable cats and dogs that need homes. If you have a place in your heart to give one of these pets a great new home then check out a few of their pets available below. However, this is just a few of the animals up for adoption. To see all of the pets available please go to the Louisville Metro Animals Services section on Petfinder.    


    Annie is a sweet and gentle girl that lived with a foster parent before coming to Animal House adoption center to find her forever home. More information & photos for this beautiful girl coming soon. But you don't need to wait! Come meet her today or call us at (502) 473-PETS to learn more about her. Annie is spayed, up-to-date on shots, micro chipped and uses her litter box faithfully.

    Thunder is a short haired, large, young male cat that is neutered and up-to-date on routine shots, and is house trained. Come meet him today or call us at (502) 473-PETS to learn more about him.

    Beau, short for Beauregard, got his name because he is laid back and wanders along like a southerner. He is looking for the perfect forever home! Beau is currently in foster and needs a home with space to run and would benefit from other playmates. Beau was a victim of abuse and neglect and may need a little more patience and time to catch on to some things. If you want to CHANGE this sweethearts life forever, please give us a call at Animal House Adoption Center and we will set up a "Meet n' Greet": 502-473-PETS! This one-year-old Aussie mix will melt your heart with his big brown eyes and wagging tail! Beau is neutered, up-to-date on routine shots, and is house trained.

    Shorty is a 5-year-old Beagle/Dachshund mix. He's got adorable short, little legs and big, expressive Beagle eyes. We're still learning about the boy, but he seems a little leery of men, especially if they move quickly and aggressively. He's fine with the ladies, though. Shorty is a cute boy, friendly once he knows you and would like to be a part of your laid-back lifestyle. No need to run a marathon with this boy. A movie and maybe a piece or two of forbidden popcorn would suit Shorty just fine. Shorty is neutered, up-to-date on routine shots, and his primary colors are yellow, tan, and blond or fawn, white or cream, with a medium coat length. If you would like to contact Metro to ask about this dog, it is very helpful if you have the ID number (A464048) handy. Thanks!!

    Bavardy is a 7-month-old West Highland White terrier (Westie) mix. He is adorable. Flat-out adorable. He was fearful when a gentle volunteer first tried to get him out of his kennel. He howled and protested. Once he was out, though, he was fine right away. He was squirming to play when he was supposed to sit still for his picture. He is a typical terrier, full of intelligence, fun and attitude. His reaction to getting out of his kennel was unusual enough to suggest that life has not been kind to this boy so far but he cheered up instantly, so the sorrow doesn't run too deep. A little consistent TLC at the beginning and this Westie will shine. Bavardy is neutered, up-to-date on routine shots with a cream coat color, and a wire coat. If you would like to contact Metro to ask about this dog, it is very helpful if you have the ID number (A466032) handy. Thanks!!

    For more information on these pets and others available for adoption you can go to the Metro Animal Services website here, or call: 502 473-PETS (7387), or by emailing them at:

    Metro Animal Services' Animal House Adoption Center is located at 3516 Newburg Road, Louisville KY. will be featuring adoptable pets from Louisville Metro Animal Services on a regular basis so check in to see what cute pets are featured each week.

    Photos: Courtesy of Louisville Metro Animal Services




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    Owner of Cedar Ridge Farm which operates a children's horseback riding lesson program in Greenville, IN. I have been involved with equine welfare and rescue activities. We have successfully rehomed at risk horses and retrained off the track thoroughbred racehorses in new careers in hunter/jumper, eventing, dressage, and barrel racing disciplines.

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