Welcome to KPR!
is a volunteer based, 501(c)(3) non-profit rescue
organization (permit #P15-001003) committed to helping all needy
Pugs in the states of Indiana and Kentucky. We work
to find both abandoned, as well as surrendered Pugs, loving, forever
homes in which they can live out the rest of their lives. KPR does
not have a central facility where Pugs can be visited. Each
rescued Pug lives with a foster family until they can be placed in
an adoptive home.
Check out our new T-shirt Design!
Show support for your favorite rescue Pugs by purchasing our new KPR T-shirt!!!
They are available in short sleeved ($19), long sleeved ($23) and pullover or zip-up hoodies ($38). Prices include shipping.
To order T-shirts, please email email@example.com
Introducing our 2016 Calendar
Photo Contest Winners!!!
Currently KPR is temporarily closed to incoming
Simply stated, we need to raise money since our expenses so far in 2015 have already exceeded $50,000.
We all hate it when times like this force us to say NO when so many Pugs need us. That being said, we just could not say NO to
Ziva and Sylvie who so badly need
our help. Won't you please help us help Ziva and Sylvie??
If you would be able to donate any amount to help cover medical expenses
for Ziva and Sylvie, you can do so by through PayPal, debit/credit card
or check. Please see instructions for the three donation options in the
yellow box below. THANK YOU!!!
Pals of Ziva and Sylvie|
|Wichita Pug Rescue, Inc.
Deborah C Pate
South Harbor Enterprises
Candace S. Beck
(In memory of Arlo Polley)
The Tiara Place
Lisa & Cliff Emfinger
Kentuckiana Pug Rescue operates solely on donations to care for our Pugs. Donations are tax deductible and can be made several ways. Would you consider donating to help our Pugs?
with your credit/debit card number, expiration date, 3-digit security code,
and zip code.
3. Mail a check made out to KPR to
PO Box 2773, Indianapolis, IN 46206.
|THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!!!
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