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Friday, July 9, 2010

Help Woodford Humane Help Homeless Pets

George Carlin was one of the funniest men alive, but my favorite line of his was from one of his routines when he talked about his pet.  He would say, "sometimes I feel like all the sadness in the world is in a puppy dog's eyes."  He then recalled when he would come home from a long absence, and his dog would meet him at the door, exuberantly try to hug him, and then lick him all over as if to say, "I'm so glad you're home! I'm so glad you're home! You forgot to leave that little light in the hallway on like you usually do, but I don't care, I'm just so glad you're home!"

If you have ever known how it feels to be loved by a dog, or any pet, you know that it is a wonderful feeling of being needed and wanted and adored.  

There are millions of homeless pets - it is estimated that four million pets become homeless every year in our country.  Good people like the folks at Woodford Humane are putting forth their best efforts to ensure these sweet creatures find homes, homes like the one you live in, homes that deserve a loving pet.  Do you deserve a loving pet?  Then help WHS find forever places for the puppies and kitties that are waiting for you.  Read below about WHS and their event, Freedom Fest.  If you cannot attend, please consider dropping by their facility in Versailles, and just hang out with the don't HAVE to adopt one if you visit, you can just hang out with the cats in their cage-free community. You can hug a puppy.  You can show your kids how important it is to love all God's creatures.  One thing is certain - your life will be immeasurably enriched, if you do, I promise.

Woodford Humane's 11th Annual Freedom Fest Celebration
Presented by L.V. Harkness

Bone Appetit Day
9:00 am - Breakfast with Guests Speaker, Jon Carloftis
Sponsored by Jennifer Schnabel Interior Design
Breakfast by Selma's Catering. Beverages by Starbucks

Jon's presentation begins at 9:30 sharp, so please plan to browse our Freedom Fest designer dining stalls & auction items after breakfast.

Book signings following presentation.

10:30 am - 12:30 pm: Designer Meet & Greet
Sponsored by Bluegrass Barkery & Citizens Commerce National Bank
Tour Designer Stalls & Tables and meet the designers who created them.

10:30 am - 1:30 pm: Silent Auction
Sponsored by

10:30 am - 1:30 pm: Scenes of Annestes Farms Art Auction

Get a Bone Appetit Combo Ticket and also attend Woodford Humane's Freedom Fest Bone Appetit Luncheon in addition to Breakfast. Tour Annestes Farms and enjoy lunch by many generous vendors. Info:


Freedom Fest is Woodford Humane's largest annual fundraiser, offering a weekend of festivities to raise money for homeless animals. Hosted by a picturesque horse farm, the event features the talents of artists, culinary experts, and interior and garden designers. Thanks to the generosity of everyone involved, approximately 90% of the funds raised goes directly to the animals. Woodford Humane is a 501c3 non-profit without any level of government funding. Learn more:

WHS Facebook Cause:

$50 tickets MUST be purchased in advance:
(859) 873-5491 or

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