Bowling Green-Warren County Humane Society in need of donations

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – The Bowling Green-Warren County Humane Society is in desperate need of donations after an influx of sick or injured animals have been brought in.

“We’re not really sure why but over the past few weeks we have had a tremendous influx of medical cases,” said Lorri Hare, director at Bowling Green-Warren County Humane Society.

One mini Pitbull, Buffy, shows signs of physical abuse to her face, but still showers anyone who gives her attention with kisses.

Another dog, Reid, is deaf, but still greets passersby with a happy bark.

Another dog just had to have his leg amputated, and a puppy will be undergoing hip surgery in the coming days.

Multiple dogs have heart worms, which can be removed with a costly vet visit.

Two puppies recently brought in have a skin infection as well and have had to have parts of their fur shaved off.

“Some of them are injuries and sicknesses that without treatment would not pull through or would continue to suffer,” said Hare.

 “Even though we do have a lot of these really sad medical cases,… we are trying to keep it happy and upbeat here,” said Kaley Burden, adoption counselor.

Donations in the form of cash can be made online at

All other donations such as food, toys, blankets, and litter can be dropped off during business hours.