We are very fortunate to live in a compassionate community filled with animal lovers that support our shelters mission to save lives.
It is because of generous donations and support we were able to build this building as a way to give back to our community and offer education programs so that citizens stay up to date on all the latest information concerning animal welfare. We believe that teaching compassion and animal welfare education will ensure responsible pet owners and happy pets for many generations to come.
This building gives us an advantage in the battle against pet overpopulation. We plan to use it to continue on our mission and save many more lives.
Meet adoptable Kittens!
Learn more about Cats and our Cat programs!
Play fun Kitten games!
Learn how you can help us save lives!
Date: June 28th 2019
Time: 5:00-7:30 (Doors open at 4:30 for kitten lovins)
Event Address: 1951 River St. Bowling Green, Ky 42101 (In the Davis/Mosby Center behind the shelter)
OUR WISH LIST:
Baby Wipes Small Litter Boxes Cat Toys
Kitten Formula Snuggle Safe Warmers Cat Carriers
Kitten Bottles Food Bowls Fleece Blankets
Pellet Cat Litter Scratching Posts Towels
Non Clumping Cat Litter Corner Critter Litter Boxes Paper Towels
WHEN: July 15th through July 18th from 10am - 3pm
WHERE: BGWC Humane Society's Humane Education Center (AKA Davis/Mosby Center)
1951 River Street (Formally Old Louisville Rd)
Shelter Camp 2019 is a four day, animal themed day camp for kids entering grades 3rd-9th.
Both educational and fun, shelter camp programming is designed to teach children age-appropriate animal welfare topics and curriculum.
Daily activities include:
Hands-on interactions with shelter animals
Arts and crafts projects
Service projects and more.
Held in the humane education classroom in our new Davis/Mosby center behind the shelter!
Shelter Camp is a tail-wagging adventure your kids are not going to want to miss.
Cost is $75 per child.
Registration fee includes a t-shirt, service project supplies, craft supplies and other learning materials.
An invoice will be sent via email once registration is received.
Your campers spot will be reserved once payment is made.
NON paid Invoices will be cancled once all spaces are filled.
Campers will need to bring their own lunches. Microwave and refrigerator space is available.
Campers will need to apply sunscreen/bug spray prior to arrival.
This work shop is for anyone that has an interest in Humane Education.
WHEN: Wednesday, August 28th From 9:00am to 4:00pm (Doors open at 8:30)
WHERE: 1951 River Street, Bowing Green Kentucky 42101
This workshop will be in the DAVIS/MOSBY center which is the grey building located behind the shelter.
* Please do not park inside the shelters fencing. There will be plenty of parking at the Davis/Mosby Center.
Attendees will have the opportunity to "show" their humane education demonstrations and "Tell" how they are working in their humane education program. Don't forget to bring your props and be ready to take pictures and notes. We want to make sure everyone leaves with new ideas to take back to their community.
If you are new to Humane Education and do not want to present that is ok, we are excited to share our ideas and help you get started!
Cost is $10 per person to help cover food and drinks. (taken at the welcome table)
BGWC Humane Society Education presentations will include:
Understanding Feral Cats
Pretend to be a shelter worker
Understanding dog/cat body language
How does a microchip work
What is heart worm?
How do to educate to politicians.
We invite your class to our shelter for a fun, hands on and educational experience. All year long we combine our passion for saving lives and desire to serve in our community to create fun interactive tours and activities for your students. Weither your group comes to the shelter or we visit your classroom, our time together can be customized to compliment what you are currently teaching in your classroom.
Many times people will have questions about what we do at our shelter. Sometimes it is a school group, some times an organization that wants to get involved and we have even had legislators want animal welfare information. We want to make sure these tours are available for anyone that is interested. If you or your group would like to learn more about how we save lives, please request a tour.
We would love to come visit with you! We need some information from you so that we can customize the visit for the best experience.
A Read-A-Thon is a fundraiser and a challenge to young readers. We ask kids to read to an animal or read a book about animals and ask friends and family for penny pledges for every page they read. It is a fun way to encourage children to exercise their reading skills and practice kindness.