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Heart of Kentucky Sheltie Rescue
Available for Adoption

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Wee Jamie   (pictured at 3 weeks)
WEE JAMIE:   Jamie came into Rescue "in utereo". Soon after he and his 2 sisters were born his mother stopped producing milk. The 1st baby girl was lost at 1 day, the other at 10 days. Jamie was DETERMINED that he was going to live. He was snuck into work and fed there as well as at least once a nite. (Yawn---). At eight weeks he's eating fine on his own. He's getting to be a big boy - will be 3 months.  He's a thoroughly spoiled adorable baby.


9 weeks



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I stayed in Kentucky !
MIMILooking for a sheer delight - look at Mimi. Nearly 2 years, she's a snuggler personified. She loves to play and has had some basic obedience. Mimi loves men and would adore being the only one in a bachelor household. She also does well with children.

Mimi is going to work with Mary Lou to keep things in line at the store. She's a very busy and happy little girl.

Video of Mimi:

I stayed in Kentucky !
JULIE:   is an adorable year old tricolor girl. She is a little shy and needs a very loving home where she will become the outgoing little girl she was meant to be. A petite 14", she is looking for her forever home.
Julie is going to be kept on her toes making sure Kyle studies and protecting Becky when he's not home.

I stayed in Kentucky
CHEROKEE:  Cherokee is a beautiful, spirited Sheltie/Border Collie mix.  Shy at first, she quickly warms up and begs to be your best friend. She loves to play fetch and frisbee and she loves kids.  She's learned to sit and shake hands in her foster home and, as expected from this cross, she's a very fast learner. All she needs now is a loving home and a warm bed to sleep on... Will it be yours?


Cherokee has gone to her new home where her fun loving spirit is loved and cherished.

Taffy  -  I went to OH.
TAFFY:   Isn't she stunning?? She's around 4 months old - was found in Mammoth Cave State Park.  She is visually impaired, but gets around fine.  The vets don't seem to think that she was born with this problem. She loves to play and have her tummy rubbed. A home without small children will probably be the best for her.

Pictures of some of our friends that have been adopted.
On behalf of
Heart of Kentucky Sheltie Rescue  

Karen Evans
 859-744-5934 or   
Brenda Evans

   Heart of Kentucky Sheltie Rescue