In addition to being the official agency that oversees stray dog control in the community, spca cincinnati offers many programs and services, including animal adoptions, animal cruelty investigations, spay/neuter and veterinary services, companion animal and wildlife rescue, dog licensing, foster care program, obedience training, and the area’s most extensive humane education program. spca cincinnati also works to introduce animals into the lives of people in our community, including those in hospitals, nursing homes, children’s homes, and schools, and works with victims of domestic violence to both provide shelter for their animals, and to help them rehabilitate.
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The League for Animal Welfare (LFAW), a nonprofit organization, operates the first established and largest adoption center and no-kill animal shelter in Cincinnati. Through a variety of innovative programs including adoptions, spay and neuter and humane education, we strive to ensure that animal companionship is accessible to all. To learn more about us please view the informative video below.
Cincinnati Area Animal Shelters and Rescue Groups
OUR MISSION is to provide professional, low-cost spay/neuter services to end the euthanasia of healthy and treatable homeless cats and dogs in shelters in the Greater Cincinnati area, including surrounding counties in Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky and Southeast Indiana.
Cincinnati, Ohio - Pet Adoption
Our goal is to reduce overpopulation and suffering of the stray and feral cat population, in part, by helping those individuals already assisting cats in their neighborhoods. Cincinnati Cats Inc. is an all volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation dedicated to providing help and support services to people who care for stray and feral cats in their neighborhoods. We are not a shelter and cannot accept cats from others. We are individuals who rescue, care for and foster cats ourselves. All of our adoptable cats were found on the street by our members. Some are abandoned or stray cats, others may be kittens that were socialized and raised by their humans after trapping with their feral mother. Prior to adoption, the cats receive veterinary exams, vaccinations, testing for FIV and FeLV, flea & worm treatments and are spayed/neutered. Unless otherwise noted, all of our adoptions will be to homes that agree to keep the cat indoors only and not to de-claw the cat. Application approval and an adoption fee will apply to all adoptions. Cincinnati Cats Inc.Today, spca cincinnati remains the very epitome of true service to the people and animals in our community. spca cincinnati takes in over 7,305 dogs and 6,001 cats annually. In addition to providing shelter and rehabilitation to these animals in need, spca cincinnati collaborates with government, law enforcement, and social service organizations in its ongoing effort to encourage humane principles and foster the human-animal bond.