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SPA Cincinnati to hold 25th annual fundraising telethon in February.
Cincinnati Animal CARE has been awarded the Pets for Life Mentorship Grant and chosen as Pets for Life Mentorship Partner to provide community outreach and pet owner support in Cincinnati. The program is sponsored by The Humane Society of the United States.
Several area organizations offer special programs to adopt out senior pets to seniors looking to share their golden years with a four-legged friend.
After a month of rehabilitation with Cincinnati Animal CARE and much-needed weight gain, Hemingway the Weimaraner has found his new home.
The SPCA Cincinnati takes in approximately 23 dogs just arriving to the US from S. Korea, as part of rescue efforts with the Humane Society of the United States and Humane Society International!
SPCA Cincinnati’s annual Halloween costume contest and charity walk goes virtual.
Cincinnati Animal CARE Humane Society needs dogs adopted ASAP When Cincinnati Animal CARE Humane Society took over the Hamilton County dog warden duties and operation of the Northside Animal Shelter, 3949 Colerain Avenue, on August 1 they were almost at capacity for dog intake. The shelter operates as a no kill shelter, meaning they do not euthanize for space. In their first month of operation they had a live-release rate of 99% for dogs, taking in 232 (there were three medical euthanasias.) Despite having numerous dogs adopted, the intake of new dogs continues to keep the numbers high, leaving the