It’s time to renew your membership for 2019, or become an ARK member for the first time. You will soon receive a renewal notice, along with our newsletter, in the mail. If you like, you can renew before then, online - it’s easy, or with a printable form. Just go to the “Ways to Give” page. New this year - you can sign up for automatic withdrawals, so you don’t have to remember to renew every year. Members receive cards good for discounts at local merchants and notices of our projects and events. Help us continue ARK’s vital work in the community!
Let's Do This Together
Realizing that Hart County Kentucky lacks a shelter and care for lost, unwanted, abused or neglected animals, the people of this area have come together and formed Animal Rescue Kare, LLC. It is our goal to build a shelter, to provide the necessary care, and to improve the quality of life for Hart County's needy animals. Our efforts include a spay-neuter program, a pet fostering and adoption program, and much more. We hope to strengthen the bond between people and their animals through education and example.
ARK Mission: To instill respect, kindness, and compassion for animals as community values.
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ARK Trap-Neuter-Release Project for Stray Cat Communities
ARK is committed to humanely addressing the stray cat problem in our area. Find our about our Trap-Neuter-Return project by reading this article that appeared in the Hart County News-Herald. We need to know where the stray cats hang out in Hart County. Call us(225) 414 - 2765 and leave a message, or simply click on the button below and fill out the form. Thanks for your help!
Upcoming Events: Click on "Events" for more details.
Horse Cave SNR Voucher Distribution Event, March 9, 11:00 to 1:00.
ARK Annual Membership Meeting and Board Elections, March 26, 6:00, Hart County Public Library.
Are you interested in getting more involved with ARK? Consider running to serve on the Board of Directors. According to the ARK bylaws, any ARK member in good standing may self nominate to be considered as a candidate for a board seat. This opportunity is provided once per year. Go to the BOD page to find an application. Nominations are due February 28, 2019.
Pet Foster Families Needed for Temporary Homes
Sometimes pet owners must surrender their pets for various reasons, such as an owner's health concerns, moving to a new home that does not allow pets, or financial difficulties. You can offer these surrendered pets a home until they are adopted. Learn more by clicking below.
If you know of a surrendered animal that needs a foster home, or if you have a pet you can no longer keep, please call (225) 414 - 2765 and leave a message, or email us at email@example.com. We'll do our best to find a good home for the pet.
Cats and dogs are now available for adoption through ARK's foster program! Find the pet that's right for you on our Adopt a Pet page.
Adoption fees cover spaying/neutering, shots, vet exam/care, and micro-chipping - a great deal!
ARK (Animal Rescue Kare, LLC) is a proud recipient of funding from Maddie's Fund®, helping to achieve a no-kill nation #ThanksToMaddie.
In 2018, ARK received a $5,000 Innovative Partnerships Grant to fund our collaborative spay-neuter program with the Community Action of Southern Kentucky (CASOKY) and area spay/neuter providers. #ThanksToMaddie!
In December of 2018, Maddie’s Fund approved the Engaging the Public project, titled ARK "Youth Foster/Adoption Ambassadors" Initiative, in the amount of $5,000.00. We are extremely appreciative of this assistance for involving young people in our efforts.
In 2017, ARK received a $5000 Foster Care Grant from the Maddie's Fund organization of Pleasanton, CA to initiate our pet foster program. #ThanksToMaddie!
Please Don't Litter; Spay or Neuter a Critter!
Sponsoring a spay or neuter for a family pet in need can help protect that animal for the rest of its life.