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  • Ex-MTV star Madeleine Cornish charged with abusing her puppy
    June 27, 2020
    Madeleine Cornish, 22, of Louisville, Kentucky, arrested on a cruelty to animal charge Police allege she left her mastiff Benson in a house without food or water for three weeks while she moved …
  • Woman injured, dog killed after being hit at Highlands intersection
    June 1, 2020
    Cohn said he’s planning to conduct safety checks in the area. Those who wish to honor Hannah can donate to the Arrow Fund in her name. The organization focuses on injured and abused animals. As for .. …
  • Jeffersonville Dog Walkers
    November 13, 2015
    I grew up on a farm and I love dogs and cats of all sizes and ages. I volunteer with the New Albany Floyd County Animal Rescue League, and I support The Arrow Fund monthly. I have had the great …

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21 hours ago

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The Arrow Fund is excited to be partnering with CrowdCloset.com. Please visit their website and see all the wonderful merchandise they have to offer. This online TAF store will be open for the entire month of July and proceeds from sales benefit The Arrow Fund. There is amazing TAF merchandise from dog sweaters, TAF hats and so much more. Check them out and thanks for your support. ... See MoreSee Less

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1 day ago

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TAYLOR! SIX-WEEK-OLD KITTEN PASSED AWAY DUE TO LACK OF NUTRITION AND INFECTIOUS DISEASE! We were contacted yesterday after Taylor’s two siblings had already passed. They were found by the police in Carroll County. Taylor was rushed to Blue Pearl where she was given the best veterinary care available. She was a fighter and gave it her all, but she could not overcome her cruel start in life and gained her angel wings this morning. Please consider donating to help with her veterinary cost via the button below or by mail to PO BOX 1127 Prospect, KY 40059. Thank you for your support. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 days ago

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During this difficult time there are more animals than ever that need us. Kroger Community Rewards is one way you can help us fund raise without costing you a penny. All you need to do is sign up to have The Arrow Fund selected as your nonprofit of choice on your Kroger card. Then just shop at Kroger and swipe your Plus Card! it is so easy to select The Arrow Fund as your charity, simply click on the link below. Last quarter our check from Kroger was for $6,449.38. That goes along way to helping animals in need. If you have already selected The Arrow Fund It is no longer necessary to enroll each August. However, if it's been a while you might want to check back in to make sure you are still enrolled in the reward program with The Arrow Fund as your beneficiary.

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5 days ago

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NEW CASE: AIRDALE TERRIER NEAR DEATH, BLOODY DIARRHEA, UNABLE TO KEEP DOWN ANY FOOD OR WATER AND SEVERE DEHYDRATION DUE TO PAINFUL BOWEL OBSTRUCTION. The Emergency Veterinarian at BP contacted us in the early hours this morning about this 2-year-old boy. Franklin was going to be euthanized as he has a history of swallowing foreign objects and funds were not available for any more treatment. We could not say no to this sweet young boy. Franklin is under 24-hour emergency care currently. If you are able, please consider donating via the button below or by mail to PO Box 1127, Prospect, KY 40059. ... See MoreSee Less

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6 days ago

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CRITICAL INCOMING CASE: CAT WITH FOOT CAUGHT IN A STEEL LEG HOLD TRAP. PART OF HIS FOOT HAS FALLEN OFF, EXPOSED BONE AND BLACK INFECTION. This poor boy, whom we are naming Moon, was found by a good Samaritan in Middletown, OH, who released him from this excruciatingly painful trap but was unable to secure him. He has visited this house regularly since his injury for more than a week, but they have unable to capture him for treatment. We have been waiting anxiously for this boy to come back around to the family who released him from that trap. Our concerns grew that he was going to die alone and suffering. Fortunately, he showed up tonight and was secured. Thank you to Mychell and Jamie Lawson for driving four hours round trip this late in the day to help this boy. He is on his way to the emergency veterinary hospital where he will get the specialized care he so desperately needs. Estimated time of arrival is 12 midnight. Please send all your positive energy to Moon as he is in critical condition. If you are able, please consider donating via the button below or by mail to PO Box 1127, Prospect, KY 40059. ... See MoreSee Less

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