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Stop Kit'n Nap'n

Posted on: May 18, 2020
WHAT IS KITTEN-NAPPING? KIT'N NAP'N starts with the best intentions. Someone comes across a litter of kittens and the cat Momma is nowhere to be found. The finder scoops the kittens away to be rescued and cared for a that the local Animal Shelter. This read more …

Tails of Cincinnati

Posted on: May 18, 2020
Tails are Waggin’! The SPCA Cincinnati is excited to announce Tails of Cincinnati, alongside CincyPet Magazine founder & publisher Susannah Maynard. Tails of Cincinnati is a coffee table book project for charity, and the SPCA has been graciously read more …

Adoption By Appointment

Posted on: May 5, 2020
 Due to COVID-19, the SPCA Cincinnati is adjusting the process for doing adoptions. As of Monday, May 11, our facilities are open for adoptions by appointment only. We will not allow the public to enter the shelter for general viewing. If you read more …

Mosaic art featuring SPCA's animals

Posted on: May 4, 2020
Nearly 12,000 animals enter the SPCA Cincinnati’s shelters on a yearly basis. This picture is made up of 740 pictures of the SPCA Cincinnati’s adoptable pets as a reflection of the number of animals who find comfort at the SPCA Cincinnati on a read more …

SPCA Foster Program Succeeds. Article and Interview by Spectrum News 1 - May 1, 2020

Posted on: May 1, 2020
  SPCA Foster Program Succeeds Article and Interview by Spectrum News 1 - May 1, 2020   (click the link to view the read more …

Volunteers Are the Heart of Our Mission

Posted on: April 27, 2020
In this video, you’ll hear from our amazingly dedicated volunteers on the importance of volunteer work at the SPCA Cincinnati. Their contributions are truly vital to adoptable pets.We work to enrich the lives of the neediest animals in our community read more …

Celebrating Our Amazing Fosters

Posted on: April 20, 2020
As we Continue To Care Through The Crisis, our Greater Cincinnati Community has shown compassion and care for the most vulnerable – our adoptable pets! We want to take "paws" to celebrate and thank the SPCA Cincinnati’s foster volunteers. We read more …

The Story of Beefcake

Posted on: April 13, 2020
Please leave a note that your gift is for “Beefcake”   “Beefcake” came to the SPCA Cincinnati in April as a stray hit by a car, with tire marks on his fur! SPCA Cincinnati Veterinarian, Dr. Smith, immediately cared for read more …

K9 Kennel Expansion Update

Posted on: April 6, 2020
Help Us Save More Lives!K9 Kennel Expansion Update...    Dear Friend of Animals, I hope you can watch the video above so you can see our progress. The K9 Kennel expansion began a year ago… long before we knew about the COVID-19 crisis. read more …

Who will care for your pet if you get sick?

Posted on: March 30, 2020
  Who Will Care for Your Pet? While it’s not fun to imagine, now is an important time to create a plan for your pet in case you get sick. We strongly encourage you to gather any members of your household and walk through the following read more …

Update on Our Animals

Posted on: March 27, 2020
Being unable to open our doors to the public doesn't mean our work is done.    Dear Friend of Animals, We know how important it is to be assured that animals are being kept safe and cared for during this time. That's why we're sending read more …

Help Comfort Through The Crisis – COVID-19

Posted on: March 18, 2020
CLICK HERE TO DONATE TODAY! Dear Friend of Animals, Thank you for your support during this uncertain time. Due to the critical state of the public health crisis posed by COVID-19, the SPCA Cincinnati will remain closed to the public until further notice. read more …

The SPCA Cincinnati is CLOSED to the public Until Further Notice

Posted on: March 15, 2020

UPDATE: The SPCA Cincinnati is CLOSED to the public to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Please click here to read our latest press release.

Thank you!

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Don't Kit'n Nap PSAs

Posted on: March 9, 2020
Don't Kit'n Nap! Please share these PSAs with friends and family to remind them of what to do when finding kittens read more …