Animal Issues - Cats in need of a HOME!
This is Henry, He gets along with other cats and dogs. Henry loves to cuddle and is a real people's cat. He is neutered and has a clean bill of health. He is about 2 years old so you will have many happy years to spend if you decide to choose Henry as your friend.
Why are we having such a difficult time finding this kitten a home? She is perfect! Loves dogs and cats and people! She's fixed, shots, tested for diseases etc...only $40 to Friends of Cleveland Kennel!
All three of these beauties are in Foster Care. If you are interested please notify the Friends of the Cleveland Kennels.
Tell them DummArt sent you.
Tango is an 11 month old boy who doesn't have a mean bone in his body! He would love to have a home with other cats or dogs. I think he would secretly love to have a little girl that would brush him and maybe even dress him up! Playful yet cuddles! Reply if interested or contact Friends of Cleveland Kennel. Fully vetted.
What we will discuss on this page...
Current issues such as:
Nitro's Law is being considered in congress. Check it out and get involved. Our mission is to help make
animal cruelty a felony in Ohio!
Ohio is one of only a few states left to not have a first offense felony provision for animal cruelty, leaving only misdemeanor provisions regardless of the severity of the crimes. The number of infractions against innocent companion animals ranks the state of Ohio as one of the worst.
NITRO'S LAW is the legacy and testament in honor of a family's Rottweiler, Nitro, who was 1 of 8 dogs that died in a tragic crime in a K9 training facility in Youngstown, Ohio. Nitro's Law was created as a felony provision and proactive legislative measure to increase the outdated misdemeanor-only provisions and penalties currently in place for animal crimes in the state of Ohio.
What YOU can do to help!
~ Call or write your Ohio Representative to have the bill reintroduced into Senate. Thanks
Animal Organizations need our help. Please consider visiting these website and donate to their "wish lists" or make a cash donation. They always need volunteers and the animals love to get some extra attention. Fostering a pet helps to socialize them and get them ready to blend into a permanent home with few problems.
The Friends of the City of Cleveland Kennel is a group of volunteers dedicated to providing the necessary medical & general care for the animals at the Cleveland Kennel in the hopes of giving them a second chance at a good life.
The City of Cleveland Kennel is the most overlooked animal facility in the Cleveland area. It is often confused with the APL or County Kennel , but is an entirely separate facility. Most of the animals that arrive at the kennel have been abused or neglected, they are all very special, but they have not been the given the life that they deserve. It is the goal of the Friends of the City of Cleveland Kennel to provide them hope for a new beginning.
Kelley's Kritters is a group of local, concerned citizens who passionately care for all animals, with a special focus on cats and
kittens. Through a unique networking system with other area rescue groups, they can help more people with the many
animal related crises they may face.
Animal rescue, including removal of kittens & cats from harmful, abusive or abandoned areas.
Host adoption events to place cats & kittens into permanent, loving homes.
Assist residents in humane trapping of stray or feral cats, through Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) programs.
Advocate for spay & neuter services of owned and feral cats.
Establish a pet food bank to assist local residents and care-takers of feral cat colonies or for those who may not
be able to afford pet food.