We can't wait for you to join us Saturday, August 3, 2024 at The Venue at Highland Sod Farm in E'town for a night of fun, food, auction items and more. With "Big Dog" sponsored by Hardin County Honda and Pet Supplies Plus, this year promises to be better than ever! Local talent Kevin Jaggers returns as our featured entertainment.

Check back in June for ticket info. Want to help by volunteering or sponsoring? Email us at fohcas.ky@gmail.com

It's a day full of fun to benefit rescue and shelter animals. It featured tons of vendors, demos, food trucks and lots more. The Hardin County Animal Shelter will be there with low cost vaccinations and county license options. Of course, there will be lots of amazing adoptables to make part of your family! Don't miss this wonderful annual event!

2023 was a challenging year for nonprofits, but you made our continued mission possible through your generosity! Take a look at what we accomplished together!

Join us for HOCUS FOHCAS - a fun night with your best pet friend at Bourbon Barrel Tavern in downtown E'town on "Third Thursday", October 19th 4-8pm.

Bring your pet in costume (feel free to come in costume too). There is no fee to enter AND you could win a prize! Categories for pet costume judging are scariest, most creative and best group (animal or animal/human group). We reserve the right to disqualify any costume that is disrespectful to anyone else. Also, humans, we really prefer not to see "sexy" versions of anything please.

Dogs, cats and other small pets are welcome as long as they are leashed or otherwise contained and are ok with other animals in the same space. We don't need any bar room brawls, so if your pet prefers his/her space other-animal free, this won't be the best place for them.

Sign up for the costume contest by 6pm. Judging starts at 6:30pm and winners will be announced at 7pm.

We look forward to seeing you at BBT on October 19th!

“Give while we’re living”

Bill Schaffrick is an incredible man and inspiration. A 98-year-old veteran of World War II, who fought during the Battle of the Bulge, Mr. Schaffrick started a foundation with his amazing family to give back to their community.

We are deeply honored to have been selected by the Schaffrick Family Charitable Foundation to receive $22,000 that will go directly to our mission of making our community a safer, more caring place for animals.

The money is so crucial to our continued work, but the faith of partners like the Schaffricks in us and in what we do is even more humbling.

Words aren’t sufficient to express our gratitude to this family and the man who has been a living example of selflessness. What a gift it was to meet him. May we all strive to “give while we’re living” in any way we can.

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