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Furever Friends

Finding hundreds of cats and dogs new Furever Homes since 2017, Furever Friends every Wednesdays at 3:30 PM on Quicksie 98.3 with Adam in the Afternoon and the Hardin County Animal Shelter. To see all the animals available for adoption at the shelter visit If you would like to adopt one of the animals the shelter has in their care visit Furever Friends brought to you by Pet Supplies Plus on Towne Drive in Elizabehtown.

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This week we would like you to meet Roxie, a 2 1/2-year-old brown pit mix that weighs in at 33 lbs., and Mickie, a 3-month-old cream colored kitten with orange stripes and amber colored eyes. Since the 2017 we have featured 282 animals and 281 have been adopted. Gomez is still looking for a new home and can be adopted at Pet Supplies Plus – Elizabethtown, KY.

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Furever Friends

Today on Furever Friends we will talk about all the wonderful things we have to be thankful for. Furever Friends has been finding cats and dogs homes since 2017 with the help of Pet Sullies Plus on Towne Drive in Elizabethtown.

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This week on Furever Friends we would like you to meet Gomez and Pebbles. These and others are looking for a new forever home. You can see all the animals up for adoption at the Hardin County Animal Shelter at Furever Friends on Quicksie is brought to us by Pet Supplies Plus on Towne Drive in Elizabethtown.

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Its been a few weeks but we are finally able to feature a
couple of animals looking for a new forever home. This week we will meet Bob
and Scarlett. Since 2017 Furever Friends has been able to find 278 animals new
forever homes with the help of Pet Supplies Plus on Towne Drive in Elizabethtown.
Now Pet Supplies Plus is asking for our help to celebrate their 5th
anniversary! Watch for all the details and Thanks to Pet Supplies Plus for
helping us in our efforts.

Furever Friends

The shelter has temporarily closed to the public due to a recent Covid exposure. They have implemented emergency protocols to ensure the safety of the community, staff and animals.

As a result, the return-to-field cat program and adoptions are temporarily suspended until risk to the community, staff and animals abates.

Please continue reporting stray dogs by calling (270) 769-3428. If you’re searching for a lost pet, please visit to see if it is at the shelter and contact them if you see it on the list.

Thank you for your patience and understanding during this challenging time.