How We Operate

The Kentucky SPCA, a non-profit corporation for the prevention of cruelty to animals, is committed to making Kentucky more humane for all animals. We are not contracted for the intake of stray or lost animals anywhere in the state. Animals admitted to our shelter are mainly from cruelty and neglect cases although we occassionally take in an animal hit by a car or that was "in trouble" at the time we were contacted.

My pet is lost. What do I do?

LOUISVILLE METRO

If you are in the Louisville Metro area, you may contact us at (502) 947-3573 and inquire about animals we have recently taken in. You should also contact the Louisville Metro Animal Services at (502) 361-1318 to inquire about animals similar to yours that may have been impounded. It is always better to go to Louisville Metro's shelter to check for your animal as it may not be in the computer database yet or may be listed differently from the way you describe. They are located at 3528 Newburg Rd. Louisville, KY 40218.

OUTSIDE OF LOUISVILLE METRO

If you are outside of Louisville Metro please contact your local Animal Control and Care agency and your local rescue groups. 

I found a pet. What do I do?

LOUISVILLE METRO

If you are in the Louisville Metro area, please contact Louisville Metro Animal Services at (502) 361-1318 to arrange for pickup of your animal. They are required to accept the stray animal. They are located at 3528 Newburg Rd. Louisville, KY 40218. They can be reached at (502) 361-1318.

The Kentucky SPCA also accepts lost and found pet reports via e-mail. Please e-mail a picture and description of the animal to staff@kentuckyspca.org for our file. Please no phone calls unless you have lost your animal.

Connect with us

PO Box 581765
Louisville, KY 40268

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