Saturday, May 6th 2017. The Pulaski County Animal Shelter will be apart of the national pet sense adoption convention, At Pet Sense in Somerset KY. https://www.bing.com/local?lid=YN873x124595367&id=YN873x124595367&q=Petsense&name=Petsense&cp=37.0546798706055%7e-84.6249847412109&ppois=37.0546798706055_-84.6249847412109_Petsense
The Sixth Grade Blue Team at Southern Middle School, have been collecting blankets, collars, leashes, toys, treats, and food to donate to our Pulaski County Animal Shelter! We have also collected enough money to pay the adoption fee for 4 dogs and 4 cats! I am proud of my students! It warms my heart to witness the compassion of the students and staff at SMS! Thank you to all who donated!
Thank You Travis for your compassion and caring for animals in need. We at PCAS truly appreciate you and your support!
So Travis celebrated his 8th Birthday by asking for donations for the PCAS! He was so proud carrying in the items donated and had to take a look around at the dogs and cats!
Thank you PCAS for allowing my big hearted boy to donate these items and taking the time to talk with him!
What a GREAT Adoption Day at Petsense in Somerset KY. 2/26/2016
At last count there were approximately 18 adoptions for the day. Thank You to everyone that turned out to support this event.
Following is a link to view all of the pictures of the day on facebook.
The Adoption Application has been added to the Website. Filling this form out prior to arriving to adopt your new family member will allow for the adoption process to be as smooth and quick as possible.
Click this link to open the Adoption Application
"Adobe Acrobat Reader required for viewing Application" most newer computers have this software installed as a default.
This is Maleiyah Moore. She has a vision of one day owning and operating her own animal shelter. She came home one asking for mason jars and construction paper. When asked why she said she asked her teacher and the principal if she could get donations for the animal shelter and they gave her approval. So she decorated the construction paper, taped it to the jars and took them to each 3rd grade class at Hopkins Elementary. Within a short time they were able to raise $37.26.