Ground floor opportunity to be a part of history....May 2012 the first step has been taken toward achieving No-Kill in Clermont County, Ohio.
Clermont Pets Alive! Is modeling our program in Clermont County, Ohio after the Austin Pets Alive! Very detailed blueprint of how they created a No-Kill Austin, TX. Over 35 communities in our nation have achieved No-Kill!
In 2011, Clermont County's open admission animal shelter euthanized 92% (2,249) of the cats/kittens and 65% (1,155) of the dogs/puppies.
It is time to join together as a community and start saving the Shelter Animals' Lives. We CAN SAVE at least 90% of all our open admission Shelter Animals in Clermont County.
Join Clermont Pets Alive! Http://clermontpetsalive.org/get-involved/volunteer/ and help Clermont County Ohio become No-Kill as fast as humanly possible!
The Shelter Animals need us to act NOW!
All Clermont Pets Alive! animals in our adoption program are (or will be as soon as old enough) vetted including: spay/neutered, microchipped, combo tested for FIV and FeLeuk, dewormed, defleaed and vaccinated (age appropriate).
We use Foster Homes for all our cats and dogs in our adoption program. Our ability to save more animals is totally dependant on our available Foster Homes. If you can help shelter a foster cat or dog, please complete our online Foster Application at http://clermontpetsalive.org/get-involved/foster-a-pet/.
Clermont Pets Alive! (CPA!), is dedicated to stopping the killing of Clermont County's adoptable dogs and cats. CPA! is a program of Pet Alliance, Inc., founded in 2006, as a private 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization to create programs to save more animals.
We are a grassroots group of volunteers, led by Pet Alliance founder, Anita Barron, who want to see the end of the killing of the homeless pets in Clermont County, Ohio, and the entire country. CPA! is leading the charge towards No Kill by energizing the public and breaking down myths about sheltered pets. CPA! believes that actions speak louder than words and is backing up the No Kill rhetoric with lifesaving programs designed to save the animals most likely to die at kill shelters.
As we use Foster Homes for our Homeless animals, we do not have a shelter to visit. Please call 513-279-2276 to arrange to meet our loving pets. Thank You.