Lawrence County Humane Society
Cat Shelter Celebrate June's
"Adopt a Shelter Cat Month"
To celebrate we are having extended hours every Friday during the month of June from 6pm to 8pm in the Cat Shelter in addition to our regular hours of 10am to 2pm Monday-Friday.
Come in to the Cat Shelter any time during June and enter for a chance to win a Heavy Duty Utility Cart from Tractor Supply! Bring an item to donate to the Cat Shelter and get an extra entry!! (must be 18 or older to enter) In addition, anyone who adopts one of our beautiful cats you will be entered into a special drawing for a Cat Care Goodie Bag filled with lots of goodies to make your new fur-baby happy!Also, on Saturday June 22nd, the Cat Shelter will be hosting an Open House from 10am to 2pm. Anyone who would like to see our facility and come spend time with our fur-babies is welcome. We will have refreshments for you during your visit. For additional information, please contact Beverly Pack at 606-571-6224
Amy – available for adoption Oliver – Available for adoption
Found Kitties -- Looking for OwnersHave you lost your beloved feline? Perhaps she has found her way to the Lawrence County Humane Society Animal Shelter. These beautiful cats were brought into the Animal Shelter within the past few days from various points around Lawrence County and we are trying to find their owners. If any of these are your lost cat, or you know who they may belong to, please contact Beverly Pack (LC Humane Society Cat Coordinator) at (606) 571-6224 or email email@example.com. Call for a quicker response. Thank you!
Coyotes: A growing menace
By Greg BirdThe McCreary County VoiceLawmakers are awaiting final signature from Gov. Steve Beshear on a bill that will allow hunting of coyotes easier, as reports of the wily creatures attacking livestock and small animals is on the increase throughout the state.Kentucky already has lax laws when it comes to hunting coyotes, with no limit set and allowing the use of bait and electronic calls. But, House Bill 60 will expand the laws to allow hunting at night.Rep. Fitz Steele filed the bill in this year’s legislative session, which passed through both houses with little opposition; and now it sit awaiting a final signature to pass it into law. The bill will allow hunters to use spotlights or night vision equipment to hunt the critters at night, when they are most active. The law would limit night hunters to shot gun use only, but only during non-deer hunting seasons.“They’re a big nuisance, from killing people’s livestock to chickens and even to their pets, and not counting the wildlife, the small game,” Steele said of Kentucky’s coyote problem. “We need to weed them out as much as possible
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