Cincinnati, OH League For Animal Welfare

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League for Animal Welfare

1. League for Animal Welfare

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4193 Taylor RdBatavia, OH 45103

(513) 735-2299

I have adopted two dogs from this shelter and both times the experience was wonderful. The shelter is clean and well-maintained. Each dog has his …

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3. Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty To Animals Spca

3949 Colerain AveCincinnati, OH 45223

(513) 541-6100
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4. CityKats Inc.

PO Box 9543Cincinnati, OH 45209

(513) 508-3112

From Business: CityKats Inc. is a nonprofit organization. Our mission is to protect and enrich the lives in urban communities.

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6. United Coalition for Animals

2830 Colerain AveCincinnati, OH 45225

(513) 762-0130
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7. Creekwood Critters

8650 Shawnee Run RdCincinnati, OH 45243

(513) 561-7877
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8. Sweet Dream House Rescue

650 Eastgate South DrCincinnati, OH 45245

(513) 484-9840
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9. Pets In Need of Greater Cincinnati

520 W Wyoming AveCincinnati, OH 45215

(513) 761-7387
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10. SPCA Cincinnati

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3949 Colerain AveCincinnati, OH 45223

(513) 541-6100

i have got my last three dogs from the colerain spca and they are were the best dogs ever roscoe is 12 now and daisy is eight sadly lucky died befor…

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11. Spca Cincinnati

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11900 Conrey RdCincinnati, OH 45249

(513) 541-6100

Answered my many questions when I phoned. Very friendly when I visited and they had just the family friend I needed.

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12. The Scratching Post

6948 Plainfield RdCincinnati, OH 45236

(513) 984-6369

From Business: The Scratching Post is a nonprofit organization providing shelter for stray and abandoned cats. Located in Silverton, Ohio, the shelter has been in operation sinc…

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13. Greater Cincinnati Herpetological Society

Po Box 14783Cincinnati, OH 45250

(513) 956-7536
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14. Dog Pounds

3949 Colerain AveCincinnati, OH 45223

(513) 541-6100
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15. Save the Animals Foundation

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4011 Red Bank RdCincinnati, OH 45227

(513) 561-7823

As someone who has adopted from STAF and also been a volunteer, you won't find a more dedicated and compassionate group of animal lovers who give of…

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16. LUVFURMUTTS RESCUE

Serving the Cincinnati Area.

(513) 851-0113

From Business: Finding forever homes for homeless pets one at at time.

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17. Purrfect Friends Cat Rescue

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Serving the Cincinnati Area.

(513) 557-2107

would like to know how to go about getting rid of the cats i have. i am not allowed to have pets. i have problems feeding and taking care of them b…

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18. Cincinnati Centers For Exotic And Endangered Animals - CLOSED

Serving the Cincinnati Area.

(513) 253-2579

From Business: We are an animal control and rescue firm located in Cincinnati, Ohio. With experienced staff, personal service, and affordable rates, we can take care of all your…

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19. Northern Kentucky Parrot Rescue

5255 Courtney CtIndependence, KY 41051

(859) 359-5211
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20. Campbell County Animal Protectv Assn

105 Three Mile RdWilder, KY 41076

(859) 781-0551
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22. Campbell County Animal Shelter

1989 Poplar Ridge RdMelbourne, KY 41059

(859) 635-2819
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23. Southwest Ohio Doberman Rescue

2524 Jett Hill RdNew Richmond, OH 45157

(513) 553-2660
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24. Boone County Animal Care & Control

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5643 Idlewild RdBurlington, KY 41005

(859) 586-5285

Adopted a great German shepherd from here a few years ago and let them do the spaying. Boy what a mistake, since my dog came into heat and we didn'…

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25. Bats Pest Control by George Elliot

672 Brooklyn AveMilford, OH 45150

(513) 600-3079
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26. Precious Secrets Sheltie Rsc

6690 Hamilton RdLiberty Township, OH 45044

(513) 336-0559
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27. Animal Friends Humane Society

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1820 Princeton RdHamilton, OH 45011

(513) 867-5727

Very upsetting experience!! Took cat that showed up at my house and they wouldn't take it because I had it fixed thinking it would get along with my…

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28. Dearborn County Animal Control

210 Charles A Liddle DrLawrenceburg, IN 47025

(812) 537-1040
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29. Arrowhead Reptile Rescue

3850 Hickory View DrHamilton, OH 45011

(513) 844-6340
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30. Paws

200 Charles A Liddle DrLawrenceburg, IN 47025

(812) 577-0829
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Spca Cincinnati
Casey P. rated

Answered my many questions when I phoned. Very friendly when I visited and they had just the family friend I needed.

SPCA Cincinnati
Loretta P. rated

I adopted a dog JRT, brought him home the next day I was told my dog had "FRECKLES" the freckles are bite marks his face, eyes, ears, I have tryed to call have sent emails I get nothing back, he is 8 years old he been there since 1978 math says yes I was born there the cruilty was from there, it took him 3 days of drinking water before he could pee even just a little bit. My opinion-SOMEONE NEEDS TO GET A JOB OR AT LEAST FIND SOMEONE WHO CAN! they sell alot of sick animals from there

SPCA Cincinnati
Julie R. rated

This review relates to both the Hamilton County SPCA and Ohio Alleycat Resource because they are working together.Ohio Alleycat Resource is a firm believer in TNR (trap, neuter and return). We have had 2 of our 9 rescue cats neutered by OAR. We are not opposed to cats (we have 9 rescue cats and 1 rescue dog), but we are opposed to the TNR concept. With TNR, the cat is spayed or neutered and returned to the area in which it was found. As I see it, the huge problem with TNR is that the cats are left to fend for themselves after they are released. If no one is feeding the cat, as is usually the case, the cat will kill native songbirds and other small mammals, often by the thousands, over the lifetime of the cat. TNR cats are also exposed to the risks of all cats that are allowed to roam: disease, fights, being hit by cars, being shot at, poisoned, etc. Since March 2015, we have had a cat in our neighborhood that kills at least 5 songbirds per day in our 1/8 acre yard. The population of cardinals, mourning doves, blue jays and woodpeckers, all ground feeders, has been particularly devastated by this cat. Every bird's nest has been pulled from the trees and no nestlings have survived this year due to the cat hunting all the birds. The cat has also killed voles, chipmunks and other small mammals on our property. The cat is very thin and unhealthy looking. We cannot take in any more cats; we have too many already. We have built our rescue cats two large screenhouses, but we still have too many cats in 1400 square feet of home and cannot take in more. I do not allow any of our cats to roam. In an effort to stop all the bird killing and the spraying of our screenhouses by roaming cats, we have spent over $1000 trying to keep cats out of our yard. We have chicken wire fencing around the entire yard, which is topped by netting and hawthorn branches zip-tied to the top and placed at the bottom of all fencing. We have 2 scarecrow sprinklers. We have laid chicken wire on the ground all the way around the fencing. The chicken wire is covered with the peels of oranges and lemons. STILL, the cat is able to get into our yard many times per day to kill despite all the barriers.After trying to trap this cat since April, we finally successfully trapped it at 9pm on Thursday, August 13. We took it to the SPCA as soon as they opened at noon on Friday, August 14. I felt terrible to have to take a cat to the SPCA, but I do not believe saving the life of one cat is a fair trade-off to the hundreds of native songbirds and other mammals that are killed by this cat. The very next day, I found the feathers of 2 cardinals and 3 mourning doves in our yard. These were clearly fresh kills. I was shocked to find these new kills because the only cat that was killing in our yard was the one we took to the SPCA.I called the SPCA and found that they released the cat to Ohio Alleycat Resource the day we brought it in. The cat had a tipped ear and had already been spayed or neutered. The SPCA recorded that the cat was about a year old and weighed 5 pounds, clearly an undernourished cat. The SPCA said that OAR took the cat back to our home that afternoon and released it into our front yard. As long as the cat has been spayed or neutered, this is their policy. I had no idea such an agreement existed between the SPCA and OAR. We are right back where we started in April, but now we have a likely trap-shy cat and nowhere to take it if we are able to trap it again. I completely disagree with this policy of both OAR and the SPCA. They are not doing justice to either the cat or the native wildlife population.

Save the Animals Foundation
Kal45140@aol.com L. rated

As someone who has adopted from STAF and also been a volunteer, you won't find a more dedicated and compassionate group of animal lovers who give of their own time to care for the animals. No paid staff! Kennels are cleaned continuously and animals are always clean, healthy and loved. Their adoption rules are there to protect the animals and help assure long-term placement.

Spca Cincinnati
Lora K. rated
Rude staff

We drove an hour and a half to get there. They closed at 5, we were 4 minutes late. Sent some kid to the door to tell us they wouldn't let us in. I thought they wanted to adopt animals, guess I was wrong.

Spca Cincinnati
mona.sirk rated

I think that the spca should answer there phones. I have a stray cat at my house tha is injured and i am allergic to cats. The spca will not answer the phone. I have been trying to call since noon whe they say they are open. No answer, just a recording that leads to nowhere.

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