Tilly being a silly dilly


domestic shorthair
North end
Tilly was adopted from a shelter
hiding in the refrigerator
wreaking havoc
Bullitt County Animal Shelter
Roscoe is in hot pursuit of a new forever home!

 Roscoe is a large, young Pit Bull Terrier that was found as a stray in the Shepherdsville City Park.

He has a red, chestnut or orange shot-length coat, with white/cream secondary colors.

Roscoe is receiving behavioral modification training but will be ready for adoption once training is completed.

To adopt Roscoe or another animal, call the Bullitt County Animal Shelter, 543-8686, email mark.williams@wcbc.com, or search www.petfinder.com.

Kittens are currently available at the shelter for a $10 adoption fee. An I.D. is all you need.

Bullitt County Animal Shelter visiting hours are 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. weekdays and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays. The shelter is located off Highway 245, behind the Southeast Bullitt Fire Station, near Interstate 65 exit 112.