Proceeds Benefit...

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Friends of Kenton Paw Park Kenton County Animal Shelter

All Beast Bash proceeds will be divided between the Kenton County Animal Shelter (KCAS) and Friends of Kenton Paw Park (FKPP). Both organizations have definite plans for how they will use the money received.

Proceeds for the animal shelter will go through the Kenton County Animal Shelter Supporters, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 2011. KCASS provides financial support to the Kenton County Animal Shelter through donations, and it promotes responsible pet ownership in Kenton County.


With the windfall from what will surely be a hugely successful event, FKPP will invest in making the paw park more handicap accessible/friendly.

  • Extending concrete ramps and entry points to improve wheelchair access.
  • Installing benches to provide ample seating.

FKPP may also use a small percentage of the proceeds to complete some overdue maintenance items.

The Kenton Paw Park is funded entirely by donations.
It doesn't receive financial support from Kenton County.


The animal shelter has lofty goals for the money you generously donate by attending, exhibiting or sponsoring Beast Bash.

  • Spay & neuter: low-cost program for canines
    • KCAS wants to duplicate the success of its low-cost feline spay/neuter program* for our canine friends. In cooperation with UCAN, we hope to provide residents a package price for spaying/neutering that is far below the average cost.
  • Emergency and extended care
    • County funds cover only the basics for the large number of animals that pass through the shelter each year. Funds from Beast Bash will be used for veterinary care that wouldn't ordinarily be offered. And the money will extend the treatment period for dogs and cats in need.
  • Responsible pet ownership programs
    • With remaining funds, KCAS also plans to further the development and roll out of programs that end pet suffering before it even gets started.

*Neuterville Express, funded by donations and in cooperation with Ohio Alley Cat Rescue (OAR), has completed over 1,700 $10.00-spay/neuters in 6 months!

When & Where

July 26, 2014

10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Pioneer Park
3950 Madison Pike
Covington, KY

paw prints

Donations Accepted

Can't make the event? Consider a donation that will help us reach our goals.