Fayette Humane Society visits Jeff Library


Austin Ruth is shown here demonstrating how to act like a tree if a strange dog approaches you - you stay very still, left them sniff and wait to move until after the strange dog leaves. Jeslin Ruth is on the floor demonstrating how to act like a log if a strange vicious dog has knocked you down - you cover your ears and hide your eyes and stay still.


Jeffersonville Branch Library hosted the Fayette County Humane Society recently. Humane Officer and Outreach Director Brad Adams talked about humane education and dog bite prevention. Junior Volunteer Cassie Strahler volunteers with the Fayette County Humane Society because she loves animals. She has been volunteering since she was 14 and hasn’t missed a day since. She found out about the Humane Society by adopting a kitty cat. Speaking of kitty cats, the Humane Society is also in the rescue business. Prior to coming to the Jeffersonville Branch Library for the program, they rescued some kittens inside the wall of a barn.


Humane Office Danyel Bageant brought her dog Brinx to do tricks at the Jeffersonville Branch Library during their program.


Brinx is shown here not sure what to think about this turtle, Little Guy.


Jeffersonville Branch Library also hosted a turtle program with Susan Davis, branch manager showing her turtles, Big Guy and Little Guy. Miss Susan shared how to take care of turtles, how big they can get, what they eat, why they have to eat food that floats on the water vs. treats they were giving Brinx, and then the kids were able to hold the turtles which they absolutely loved. Jeslin Ruth is shown here holding Big Guy.


Austin Ruth is shown here demonstrating how to act like a tree if a strange dog approaches you – you stay very still, left them sniff and wait to move until after the strange dog leaves. Jeslin Ruth is on the floor demonstrating how to act like a log if a strange vicious dog has knocked you down – you cover your ears and hide your eyes and stay still.

Jeffersonville Branch Library hosted the Fayette County Humane Society recently. Humane Officer and Outreach Director Brad Adams talked about humane education and dog bite prevention. Junior Volunteer Cassie Strahler volunteers with the Fayette County Humane Society because she loves animals. She has been volunteering since she was 14 and hasn’t missed a day since. She found out about the Humane Society by adopting a kitty cat. Speaking of kitty cats, the Humane Society is also in the rescue business. Prior to coming to the Jeffersonville Branch Library for the program, they rescued some kittens inside the wall of a barn.

Humane Office Danyel Bageant brought her dog Brinx to do tricks at the Jeffersonville Branch Library during their program.

Brinx is shown here not sure what to think about this turtle, Little Guy.

Jeffersonville Branch Library also hosted a turtle program with Susan Davis, branch manager showing her turtles, Big Guy and Little Guy. Miss Susan shared how to take care of turtles, how big they can get, what they eat, why they have to eat food that floats on the water vs. treats they were giving Brinx, and then the kids were able to hold the turtles which they absolutely loved. Jeslin Ruth is shown here holding Big Guy.

Austin Ruth is shown here demonstrating how to act like a tree if a strange dog approaches you – you stay very still, left them sniff and wait to move until after the strange dog leaves. Jeslin Ruth is on the floor demonstrating how to act like a log if a strange vicious dog has knocked you down – you cover your ears and hide your eyes and stay still.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_austin-acts-like-a-tree-while-jes.jpgAustin Ruth is shown here demonstrating how to act like a tree if a strange dog approaches you – you stay very still, left them sniff and wait to move until after the strange dog leaves. Jeslin Ruth is on the floor demonstrating how to act like a log if a strange vicious dog has knocked you down – you cover your ears and hide your eyes and stay still.

Jeffersonville Branch Library hosted the Fayette County Humane Society recently. Humane Officer and Outreach Director Brad Adams talked about humane education and dog bite prevention. Junior Volunteer Cassie Strahler volunteers with the Fayette County Humane Society because she loves animals. She has been volunteering since she was 14 and hasn’t missed a day since. She found out about the Humane Society by adopting a kitty cat. Speaking of kitty cats, the Humane Society is also in the rescue business. Prior to coming to the Jeffersonville Branch Library for the program, they rescued some kittens inside the wall of a barn.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_brad-adams-talks-about-pet-care.jpgJeffersonville Branch Library hosted the Fayette County Humane Society recently. Humane Officer and Outreach Director Brad Adams talked about humane education and dog bite prevention. Junior Volunteer Cassie Strahler volunteers with the Fayette County Humane Society because she loves animals. She has been volunteering since she was 14 and hasn’t missed a day since. She found out about the Humane Society by adopting a kitty cat. Speaking of kitty cats, the Humane Society is also in the rescue business. Prior to coming to the Jeffersonville Branch Library for the program, they rescued some kittens inside the wall of a barn.

Humane Office Danyel Bageant brought her dog Brinx to do tricks at the Jeffersonville Branch Library during their program.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_brinx-does-tricks.jpgHumane Office Danyel Bageant brought her dog Brinx to do tricks at the Jeffersonville Branch Library during their program.

Brinx is shown here not sure what to think about this turtle, Little Guy.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_brinx-doesnt-know-what-to-think-about-this-turtle.jpgBrinx is shown here not sure what to think about this turtle, Little Guy.

Jeffersonville Branch Library also hosted a turtle program with Susan Davis, branch manager showing her turtles, Big Guy and Little Guy. Miss Susan shared how to take care of turtles, how big they can get, what they eat, why they have to eat food that floats on the water vs. treats they were giving Brinx, and then the kids were able to hold the turtles which they absolutely loved. Jeslin Ruth is shown here holding Big Guy.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_jes-holds-turtle-while-holly-looks-on.jpgJeffersonville Branch Library also hosted a turtle program with Susan Davis, branch manager showing her turtles, Big Guy and Little Guy. Miss Susan shared how to take care of turtles, how big they can get, what they eat, why they have to eat food that floats on the water vs. treats they were giving Brinx, and then the kids were able to hold the turtles which they absolutely loved. Jeslin Ruth is shown here holding Big Guy.
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