Visit our shelter and you might just find your next best friend! 


Floxie is a small, adult, at only four pounds. She is a one year old, female,  Domestic Shorthair Tabby with a mostly grey coat and slight black stripes. Her little face is adorable.

Floxie loves to give

and ​receive affection.  

Very friendly, female, orange, short hair tabby. She is nothing but affectionate,  One year old, weighing about six pounds. Playful.

F L O X I E  


is a sleek and affectionate one year old, solid black, Domestic Shorthair.

Why Goldie? Because

of her fascinating 

gold/orange eyes.

She weighs about eight pounds and is friendly with all the cats in her space. She would also absolutely love, love LOVE to go home

with you!

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1105  Hwy 208, Lebanon, KY 40033   (270) 692-0464  Open 10 - 4, Mon,Tues,Thurs., Fri. Sat: 9 - Noon, Closed​ Wed. & Sun all day.

L I  L Y 

is still here, waiting for a home..a beautiful, one year old, female Domestic Shorthair cat weighing seven pounds. She has pretty green eyes and a very lovely coat pattern with a light brown tail. Friendly and healthy, she would make a great feline companion. She gets along well with all the cats in the room where she resides, here at the shelter.     




" TU L I P "

T O R T I E 

is a two year old, female Domestic Shorthair, cat weighing eight pounds. Her unusual black and orange coat pattern is called "Tortiseshell'.   Tortie has been here tooooooooooo long and deserves a real home. She's friendly, good with the other female cats and has a lovely little face. She'd be so happy to go home with you!

REGULAR ADOPTION FEE: DOGS: $125.00 ~ CATS:$60.00  (Includes Spay or Neuter and Rabies)  

The following represent just a few of the animals we have for adoption at any one time.    

Tulip is a one year old  female feline with a lovely white and tan striped coat. She weighs about 7 pounds and is friendly and very feminine. She's looking for a loving home with a caring family or individual! 

Marion County Animal Shelter  In The Heart of the Bluegrass