Kentucky Animal Relief Fund, a 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2001, is a small network of
volunteers committed to the rescue and comprehensive care of homeless senior
dogs. Overlooked and undervalued, seniors stand little to no chance of adoption
and are left to face illness, loneliness, confusion and eventual death at the
most vulnerable time in their lives.
All dogs rescued by our organization receive necessary veterinary
care, including, but not limited to, bloodwork
evaluation, heartworm test and treatment if needed, diagnostic x-rays, dental
care, growth removal/biopsies, spay/neuter, required vaccines, and any
necessary medications. Our goal is to maximize quality of life of the dogs in
our care and to place every reasonably healthy, adoptable dog in a screened and
approved permanent home. Unadopted dogs remain in the
Animal Relief Fund
for the remainder of their lives.
Caring for senior dogs requires a huge, and often long term, emotional and financial commitment from our rescue and its volunteers.
If you would like to help us care for those who are often forgotten, please sponsor one of our runners/walkers. We have no paid employees so all donations go directly to helping seniors in need.
Thank you in advance for your support.
Angie White, Director