'A Healing Place' adopting out local Humane Society animals
MCCRACKEN COUNTY, Ky. — A local group hopes to adopt out the remaining animals from the McCracken County Humane Society Saturday.
"A Healing Place" at 2401 Powell St. in Paducah will hold an adoption drive for animals like Tipper, a pit bull mix.
It starts Saturday at 9 a.m.
They have 12 dogs, including Corkie, who's a collie-beagle mix, and three cats.
They've all been checked out by vets and given shots, Frontline and Heartgard.
"Our goal is to be put out of business," animal lover Risa Stutz said. "We want people to come get these animals, all left over at McCracken County Humane Society. Only here to take care of these animals."
They will also take donations to help care for any animals not adopted out this weekend.
If you want to check out all the animals available for adoption at "A Healing Place", click on any of the gallery images on the left to be taken to the full image gallery.