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2 hours ago

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FINAL farmer’s market of the season is happening now, Saturday 9/26 until 12. Stop by and pick up your fur babies some treats or perhaps one of our long sleeve t shirts or a sweatshirt for yourself. ... See MoreSee Less

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21 hours ago

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𝗧𝗛𝗘 𝗙𝗜𝗥𝗦𝗧 𝗧𝗛𝗔𝗡𝗞 𝗬𝗢𝗨 𝗢𝗙 𝗠𝗔𝗡𝗬!

Across the country amazing people have stepped up to help animals affected by Hurricane Sally. In the days ahead, we'll have many thank yous and more photos to share of those working with us as we continue to place animals.

Today we'd like to say a big Thank You to The Arrow Fund who brought our team vital supplies to help care for the dogs we transported out of harms way from Florida to Kentucky, and they also took on several dogs with medical requirements to get them the care they needed while we were still bringing more out to safety.

They are an example of the dedication and team work we've seen these last weeks, and we, along with so many animals, are deeply grateful for their help!

Together we save them
𝗚𝘂𝗮𝗿𝗱𝗶𝗮𝗻𝘀 𝗼𝗳 𝗥𝗲𝘀𝗰𝘂𝗲
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2 days ago

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HEARTBREAKING INCOMING CASE, BROKEN JAW, MAGGOT INFESTED NECK WOUNDS, EMACIATED! It is clear young Boone has been suffering for quite some time. Due to the protests and curfew last night we were unable to get him all the way to Louisville but transported him to a veterinary hospital in Lexington where he could be stabilized with fluids and pain meds. A feeding tube was inserted for some much needed nutrition. He is now on his way to a Louisville emergency hospital where he can receive the specialized care and surgery he desperately needs. We will update you on his condition as soon as we know more! Please consider donating to Boone’s care via the button below or by mail to PO Box 1127, Prospect, KY 40059 ... See MoreSee Less

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3 days ago

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FORREST IS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION!! He came to us in August suffering from grand mal seizures. Since being in our care, he has not had a seizure and is now ready for his forever home.

Forrest is a goofy and playful puppy, at just around 7 months. He is all ears and has the sweetest eyes! Forrest loves chew toys and is very playful, often running zoomies around the house! Forrest is still learning how to be the best boy, and loves treats so training has been going well. He already knows some basic commands like sit, down, and wait, is leash trained and house trained.

Forrest gets along well with other dogs, and loves to play. He really would like to have a fur brother or sister to play with. He has been around cats, and wants them to play with him, but would need a proper introduction!

Last but not least, he is a cuddle bug and likes to sprawl on the couch, so if you have a comfy couch and want to snuggle, then Forrest is your man! Adoption applications are on our website at thearrowfund.org.
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4 days ago

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The Arrow Fund was honored to assist Guardians of Rescue with 300 lbs of dry and 20 cases of wet dog and cat food as well as veterinary supplies for the animal victims from the recent the hurricane in Florida. The Arrow Fund also picked up Roger, who came from one of the flooded shelters in the hurricane’s path. He came to the shelter with a painful embedded collar, then the hurricane hit. When he was transported to Tennessee and then Kentucky his rescuers noticed issues with his eyes. One eye is recessed into his head by an injury and the other has a growth on the eyelid. The Arrow Fund has agreed to provide the veterinary care Roger desperately needs and he is currently at Metropolitan Specialty Hospital in Louisville.

This group is expecting at least 40 more dogs and have at least 60 cats currently in their custody with more en route. All these displaced animals need rescue and forever homes!
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