Cincinnati animal shelter has worst welcome of the month yet

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IN HOUSES BEFORE THEY NEED MORE SPACE. >> WE HAVE BEEN IN RED STATUS OF WHAWET CALLING CODE SINCE MAY 19TH. JATA: RA CINCINNATI ANIMAL CARE WORKS AT CRISIS LEVEL AND FEARS IT MAY BECOME WORSE. >> THE INDUSTRY SEEN THIS IN 2008 AS WELL AS THE HOUSING CRISIS OCCURRED. WE ARE WORRIED THAT WE ARE ONLY NOW AT THE BEGINNING OF THIS AINAG JATARA: RAY ANDERSON WORKS FOR THE SHELTER WHICH OPERATES AS A HAMILTON COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER FOR A LITTLE OVER ONE YEAR. >> MANY TIMES WE CAN’T SAY WHY THE ANIMAL ENTERS. A DOG ENTERS THE STREET THEY CANNOT TELL US. JATARA: WHO MAKES HARTOD FOLLOWING HOW AND WHY THE PANDEMIC IS IMPACTING THE NUMBER OF ENTERING PETS. ANDERSON SAYS THE NUMBER ONE REASON FOR PEOPLE TO GIVE UP PETS IS LIMITED TO AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND SUITABLE FOR PETS. SHELTERS ACROSS THE COUNTRY ARE ALSO FULL AND PREPARED FOR IMPACT. ANDERSON SAYS THEY ARE PREPARING FOR THE END OF THE CDC MORATORIUM ON HOUSING EVICTIONS, WHICH ENDED SUNDAY. >> HOWEVER, WE ARE CONCERNED ABOUT THE END OF THE MORATORIUM ON EVICTIONS. EVERY TIME THE ECONOMY FALLS OR SOMETHING LIKE IT HAPPENS OR A HOUSING CRISIS HAPPENS, IT IS A HUGE CONCERN FOR US JATA: RA IT IS NOT CLEAR HOW MANY FAMILIES ARE TARGETED FOR EXVICTION LOCALLY. AT NATIONAL NALBC REPORTS UP TO 8 MILLION PETS COULD ENTER SHELTERS IN THE NEXT MONTHS. THEY ARE ABOLISHING THE ADOPTION FEES THIS WEEK AND HOPE TO MAKE THE BEDROOM. >> WE HATE TO SAY WE ARE DESPERATE BUT WE HAVE A LOT OF DOGS AND CATS NEEDED TO FIND A HOME. JATARA: IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING ADOPTING A PET THE ADOPTION FEES ARE ABOLISHED SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. THEY ARE OPEN FROM 12:00 PM

Cincinnati animal shelter has worst welcome of the month yet

A Cincinnati animal shelter says it is having its worst hospitality month yet. Cincinnati Animal CARE says the shelter has welcomed 638 animals since October 1. A year later, and Cincinnati Animal CARE finds its rhythm after taking over the Northside Shelter and partnering with Hamilton County. The overall goal is adoption, of course, but foster care is just as important. It creates space inside the shelter while the animal is still in the care of the shelter. It also helps provide valuable information to future pet owners on how that dog or cat might function in a home. Another goal of Cincinnati Animal CARE has been to break down barriers to adoption and foster care for families of all shapes and sizes. Adoption fees include sterilized / sterilized surgery, microchip, and age-appropriate vaccines. They don’t need a fenced yard, credit check, job, or references. They simply ask you to provide photo ID, have a safe and loving home, and speak to an adoption counselor. Open seven days a week at the Northside Shelter, adoptions and foster families can take place from noon to 6 p.m. each day. Donations are always needed and appreciated. CARE made it easier by providing a Chewy and Amazon listing, including adding a donation area on their website. As CARE continues to adapt to the influx of pets, any owners who may have lost a pet should call them first as they handle services for Hamilton. County. To donate, follow the following link. To find out more or see the dogs or cats available, click here.

A Cincinnati animal shelter says it is having its worst month of admission yet.

Cincinnati Animal CARE says the shelter has welcomed 638 animals since October 1.

A year later, Cincinnati Animal CARE found its rhythm after taking over the Northside Shelter and partnering with Hamilton County.

The overall goal is adoption, of course, but reception is just as important.

It creates space inside the shelter while the animal is still in the care of the shelter. It also helps give future pet owners valuable information on how that dog or cat might function in a home.

Another goal of Cincinnati Animal CARE has been to break down barriers to adoption and foster care for families of all shapes and sizes. Adoption fees include sterilized / sterilized surgery, microchip, and age-appropriate vaccines. They don’t need a fenced yard, credit check, job, or references. They simply ask you to provide photo ID, have a safe and loving home, and speak to an adoption counselor.

Open seven days a week at the Northside Shelter, adoptions and foster families can take place from noon to 6 p.m. daily. Donations are always needed and appreciated. CARE made it easier by providing a Chewy and Amazon listing, including adding a donation area on their website.

As CARE continues to adjust to the influx of pets, any owners who may have lost a pet should call them first as they handle services for Hamilton County. To donate, follow the following link.

To find out more or see the dogs or cats available, click here.


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