LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- You can expect some big changes coming soon to the Kentucky Humane Society's Main campus to make it easier for pet owners to get low cost vet care.
Starting December 31 there will be no adoptable animals at the main campus. All adoptions will happen at Feeder's Supply adoption centers located across Louisville and at the Humane Society's east campus.
This change will allow the main campus to shut down for renovations, eventually re-opening in March as a low cost clinic.
"We want to make sure that pets whose owners can't afford vet care, get those basic things that keep them healthy,” said Andrea Blair of the Kentucky Humane Society.
The clinic will offer basic preventative care like vaccinations, de-worming, and nail clipping. It will be an extension of the current low cost clinic program, which is open one day a week.