The Public Library’s Pet Memorial Fund is a lasting way of remembering a beloved pet. Donations to the Pet Memorial Fund make possible the purchase of library materials that provide information and enjoyment to book lovers of all ages. Books bought with Pet Memorial donations can be found at the Main Library and at all branches throughout Hamilton County.
Non-profit, open admission animal shelter in Hamilton, Ohio that offers temporary shelter for stray, unwanted, and abused animals; animal adoption program; sale of dog licenses; humane education programs; euthanasia services; spay/neuter assitance for low income persons; and volunteer opportunities.
Non-profit organization that helps find homes for displaced Golden Retrievers in Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, Louisville, and Lexington. Provides adoption and foster care information and offers volunteer opportunities.
Non-profit pet adoption agency located in Ft. Mitchell, Kentucky. Works to find homes for stray or abandoned animals in conjunction with community education and action programs. Offers foster and volunteer opportunities.
Non-profit that works to trap, neuter, and release feral and stray cat populations in the Tristate area. Helps to find homes for adoptable cats and kittens and offers low-cost spaying/neutering at partner veterinary hospitals.
A no-kill shelter for abandoned cats and dogs in Cincinnati, STAF provides shelter and care for animals waiting to be adopted. Offers volunteer opportunities including pet care and companionship, fundraising, and building maintenance.
An animal shelter and humane society that provides services to Hamilton County and the City of Cincinnati, Ohio. Offers volunteer opportunities for the care and support of rescued dogs and cats. Animal handling training is available for volunteers.
Non-profit Northern Kentucky/Greater Cincinnati rescue organization that places rescued dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, small birds, and other "pocket pets" up for adoption. Offers foster care and volunteer opportunities.
Explore the Cincinnati Zoo to see birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians & fish, and invertebrates. Provides educational exhibits and self-guided tours. Offers children's programs for 18-month to 14 year-olds and the Zoo Academy that offers a four year college preparatory program where students earn vocational degrees by working with zoo keepers for two hours a day.
Equi-Kids offers horsemanship opportunities to youths, while helping care for and save the lives of unwanted horses. Focus is on the rescue of former race horses, unwanted foals, and cases of neglect. Provides temporary housing, retraining, and adoption opportunities. Located at Beechmont Stables in eastern Cincinnati.
Offers free classes to students, teachers, and civic groups to learn responsible animal care and safety around animals. Presentations are given at schools throughout Hamilton County, Head Start sites, after-school programs, scout troops and summer camp groups.
A hands-on educational working farm that provides hands-on experiences for children and families including farm tours, day camps, travelling petting farm, and other special farm activities. Located in Wilder, KY.
Non-profit, volunteer organization that promotes non-lethal control for feral cat colonies and humane methods to reduce the population of feral cats in the Greater Cincinnati area. Offers volunteer opportunities including pet care, pet companionship, transportation, and clerical duties. Also offers Neuterville Express, a low-cost spay/neuter surgery for cats and a transport service that goes to all areas in the Ohio Valley.
Provides pet spay/neuter services for low income people and animal rescue groups, preventing pets from suffering abuse, neglect and euthanazia due to pet overpopulation. Offers an annual Steps For Pets walk.
Run by the Cincinnati-based animal rescue, Recycled Doggies, in association with the Pet Alliance, the Pantry offers temporary food assistance to help keep pets with their owners during economic hardship.
Non-profit group that provides Animal Assisted Activities (AAA) and Animal-Assisted Therapy(AAT) to clients throughout the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky metro area. Offers public and private speaking engagements to assist client facilities in establishing pet therapy and training programs for their staff and volunteers.