Having a Serious Pet Issue?
We will work together with you to determine and implement the best solution for you and your pet. Thank you for caring enough to try to keep your pet out of the shelter.
We are a non-profit organization run by volunteers with limited funding to help owners rehome their pets. Some participation on your part is required during the process; however, we offer a positive alternative to kill shelters.
We recommend that you first take a look at the resources that are available in Clermont County to help owners with their pet problems.
For information on rehoming an animal yourself, or finding a home for a stray or homeless animal, Best Friends Animal Society’s How to Find Homes for Homeless Pets is a great resource.
We understand that many are going through some tough economic times and that the needs of your pets may be a strain on the budget. Ask your county government or local church for information on area food pantries who offer assistance with pet foods and cat litter.
If you’re having behavioral issues we’re often able to help you work through those issues and keep your pet in your home. Often, behavioral problems can be resolved with a little patience and creativity. Contact us and we’ll do our best to help resolve the behavior issues and keep your furry family member.
Still need help?
*You should receive a response from one of our volunteers within 24 hours.