Purr-fect Companions Just Waiting for You
This week we are featuring several of the wonderful kitties that are available for adoption at the Lawrence County Humane Society Animal Shelter. These cats are litter box trained, socialized to be around humans and other cats, and would make wonderful companions in any home. If YOU have room in your home & lots of love in your heart, these adorable babies will give you more love than you could ever imagine in return.
To find out more about any of these wonderful kitties, please call Beverly Pack (LC Humane Society Cat Coordinator) at (606) 571-6224 or email email@example.com. Please call for a quicker response.
Pet Fair Set for Saturday, August 13th (Louisa, KY, August 13, 2013) – The Lawrence County Humane Society will be participating in a Pet Fair on Saturday, August 13th at the Louisa Tractor Supply Company from 10am – 2pm. For just a donation to the Animal Shelter, you can get your pet bathed at our Doggie Wash. Members of the Humane Society will be on hand to showcase some of the animals available for adoption at the Animal Shelter. They will also provide literature and answer your questions about volunteering or how you can help homeless animals in our community.Bring your favorite pets and come join us at the Pet Fair!!! DOGS & CATS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO COME INSIDE THE STORE AT TRACTOR SUPPLY!!!
For additional info contact Beverly Pack at firstname.lastname@example.org or cell 606-571-6224
Small Animal: Youth Small Animal: Adult
Poultry Poultry1. Annie Whelan 2. Caity Sammons3. Becky Carter
Rabbit Rabbit1. Raymond Carter 1. Rachel Jobe2. Becky Carter 3. Tyler Blackburn
Showmanship Youth – Poultry Showmanship Youth – Rabbit1. Caity Sammons 1. Raymond Carter2. Becky Carter 2. Tyler Blackburn3. Annie Whelan 3. Becky Carter
Showmanship Adult – Rabbit 1. Rachel Jobe
Large Animal – Breeding - Youth
Goat Lamb Cattle1. Citori Branham 1. Jenny Hendricks 1. Kaitlyn Cantrell2. Becky Carter 2. Alley Criss
3. Tristan Rowe
Large Animal – Market – YouthGoat Lamb Cattle1. Caity Sammons 1. Alley Criss 1. Molly Kees
2. Jenny Hendricks
3. Becky CarterLarge Animal – Breeding – Adult
Goat Lamb Cattle1. Rachel Jobe ------ ------Large Animal – Market – AdultGoat Lamb Cattle------- ------ 1. Mollie JobeShowmanship – Youth
Goat Lamb Cattle1. Becky Carter 1. Jenny Hendricks 1. Molly Kees2. Citori Branham 2. Tristan Rowe 3. Caity Sammons 3. Brandi BlackburnShowmanship – Adult 1. Rachel Jobe 1. Molly Jobe Lawrence County Fair
4-H Livestock Sale 2013Small Animal
Poultry Rabbits – Junior Rabbits - Senior1. Becky Carter 1. Rachael Carter 1. MaKayla Ferrell2. MaKayla Ferrell 2. Raymond Carter 2. Becky Carter3. Raymond Carter Showmanship Showmanship – Junior Showmanship – Senior1. Becky Carter 1. Raymond Carter 1. Becky Carter2. Raymond Carter 2. Rachael Carter 2. MaKayla Ferrell3. MaKayla FerrellLarge AnimalGoat Lamb Cattle1. Becky Carter 1. Becky Cater 1. Kaitlyn Cantrell2. Josh Robinett 2. Josh Robinett Showmanship – Goat Showmanship – Lamb Showmanship – Cattle1. Becky Carter 1. Becky Carter 1. Kaitlyn Cantrell2. Josh Robinett 2. Josh Robinett Lawrence County Fair
Contest – ResultsPet Show Pet ShowRabbit Pig Calling1. Becky Carter 1. Rachel Jobe2. Raymond Carter 2. Blayeen Sexton3. Madison Short 3. Allison HillChicken Rooster Calling1. Josh Robinett 1. Allison Hill
2. Kelly DerossettPig Turkey Calling1. Rachel Jobe 1. Kelly DerossettBest Behaved Dog Greased Pig – 9 & under1. Annie Whelan 1. Allison HillBest Lead Greased Pig – 10 and over1. Josh Robinett 1. Danny BurdetteBest Overall1. Deanna MaynardCutest Dog1. Laura Compton
The woman who abandoned a 5-week-old puppy in March pleaded guilty Tuesday in Franklin District Court.Stephanie Cooper, who was accused of leaving a 5-week-old female Chihuahua near the Kentucky River on March 19, pleaded guilty to second-degree animal cruelty.Frankfort Sewer Department employees discovered the puppy on Kentucky Avenue and described the suspect as a 5-foot-2-inch to 5-foot-6-inch white female with blonde hair and slender build.She was driving a silver Chevrolet SUV.Employees said the woman got out of the vehicle carrying a box, which she left on the bank of the Kentucky River.When employees retrieved the box, they found the female Chihuahua puppy inside.A veterinary examination determined the puppy most likely would have died if left in the box.The Franklin County Humane Society took in the puppy, and has placed it in a foster care home.Cooper is not allowed to possess any dogs for six months, has to pay court costs of $184 and must complete 200 hours of community service with the Humane Society.“When you come back, I expect you to have been compliant,” Franklin District Judge Kathy Mangeot said. “Hopefully all those hours will have been completed.”Cooper is scheduled to return to court March 4.
From The State Journal
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