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Cincinnati, OH 45205
Bigdoghouse Rescue is run by myself (Kiki) and my husband (Mike) and a little help from our friends! We are located in Cincinnati, Ohio. The best way to reach us is by Email which we check several times daily. Our goal is to place Great Pyrenees into loving, permanant homes. We do require fences,( no electric fences) home visits, and an approved contract, before any dog is placed into a permanant home.


Rescue Organizations
330 E. Mills Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45215
Canine Justice Network is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our slogan is “Adopt-Educate-Advocate”. If you are looking for a dog, let CJN do it for you! We offer a personalized homeless dog matchmaking service. Millions of dogs are in shelters and urgently need homes. When you adopt, you save a life and gain a friend!


Rescue Organizations
PO Box 53898
Cincinnati, OH 45253
Poodle Rescue is a non-profit organization "staffed" by members of the Greater Cincinnati Poodle Club. Since all our dogs are located in foster homes, an appointment is necessary to see the dogs. If you are interested in visiting with one of the dogs you can send an email or call and leave a message on the voice mail number. Most of the time, we require an application be filled out before visiting with a pet.. All dogs are spayed and neutered, heartwormed checked, and up to date on vaccinations( except rabies).


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Cincinnati, OH 45249
There were 62 cats abandoned to die in a house in the East End of Cincinnati that was foreclosed upon. They were ill and starving to death when they were found. Several local animal groups came together to help rescue them and get them veterinary care and foster homes until they could be adopted out to new loving homes of their own. It has been a monumental task, logistically as well as financially to undertake such a project. There are more details at the website, www.ForeclosureCats.org. There's some terrific Foreclosure Cat Art merchandise (mugs, note cards, pillows, mouse-pads, tote bags, etc.) available at www.foreclosurecats.com. Click on the pictures on the left-hand side under "great gifts for cat lovers". These are made from professional artwork that was created in the image of the foreclosure cats. Obviously, proceeds go to help cover the costs of vet and foster care of all the foreclosure cats.


Rescue Organizations
P.O. Box 54578
Cincinnati, OH 45254-0578
Greyhound Adoption of Greater Cincinnati, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to finding good homes for retired racing greyhounds. We are also dedicated to encouraging community awareness of the availability of racing greyhounds for adoption, the suitability of greyhounds as companions, and the consequences that may befall racing greyhounds who are unable to find homes upon retirement.


Rescue Organizations
5215 Yeatman Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45252
We are a foster care organization with non profit status. We operate strictly by volunteers out of our homes.


Rescue Organizations
4931 Roanoke Street
Cincinnati, OH 45227
MPM is a small group of individuals who work together and with others in an effort to rescue German Shepherd dogs from death, illness, and distress. We spend our own money and time for the most part. Volunteers help us with money and other support. We operate almost exclusively out of our homes. We care about ALL our little brothers and sisters, wild and domestic. MPM has just decided to focus on German Shepherd dogs.


Animal Shelters, Rescue Organizations
567 HalCor Lane
Cincinnati, OH 45255
We are a no-kill rescue organization that rescues animals without discrimination. We have 23 foster and have located property in Northern Kentucky to have a Larger central location. We have a large adoption rate and we also sanctuary animals that are unadoptable. We currently rescue cats,dogs and horses. We will also rescue other animals and if we do not have the room we work with several other rescues to help rescue and find the right pet for someone looking to adopt. We want to start a referral phone line and website that will help the public to work with no kill shelters and learn about all the programs available. We spay/nueter all animals and help the low income public as well.


Animal Shelters, Rescue Organizations
P.O. Box 9206
CINCINNATI, OH 45209
The OBryonville Animal Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, volunteer run organization. We promote non-lethal control for feral cat colonies and humane methods to reduce the population of feral cats. We have a small rescue with adoptable cats and kittens.


Rescue Organizations
830 West Seymour
Cincinnati, OH 45216
We help kill shelters throughout the United States save dogs before being put down. We pride ourselves getting the dogs totally vetted, knowing their personalities and finding them a permanent home.


Rescue Organizations, Walkers, Sitters, Daycare, Groomers & Spas, Boarding & Kennels, Pet-Friendly Stores, Training & Obedience
8175 Hetz Dr
Cincinnati, OH 45242
Puppywood is not one of those cookie cutter franchise kennels. We are family owned, and more importantly, owner operated. What does that mean to you? It means that your little stars are treated just like our own. Our wonderful staff was chosen because of their love and compassion for animals. Neither you or your pet will ever feel like just another customer at Puppywood. Just ask someone you know who trusts us with their best friends. Your star can enjoy daycare, boarding, grooming, home visits and limo service to and from our facility! Come see what all the stars are raving about!


Rescue Organizations
7885 Pinemeadow
Cincinnati, OH 45224
About Our Rescue Group We are a group of women who saw the plight and suffering of unwanted cats and kittens. We foster cats in our homes and then hold adoption events every week in a pet store and show our cats on Petfinders and 1800save-a-pet in the hopes of finding good homes for them. Come Meet our Pets Saturdays at Complete PetMart in the Brentwood Shopping Center in Finneytown from 1- 4pm. Their address is 8525 Winton Road, phone number is 513-522-7387 Our Adoption Process We have an adoption contract and all adoptions are subject to approval.


Rescue Organizations
P O Box 46624
Cincinnati, OH 45246
Our mission: SCOOP is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to reducing suffering and overpopulation among cats through non-lethal methods. We are completely staffed by volunteers. All proceeds benefit the medical care of rescued cats and a no-cost spay/neuter community program called Prevent A Litter (PAL). SCOOP does not have a shelter and therefore, we do not do active rescue. Our focus is to offer free spay /neuter and vaccination vouchers to those who help stray or feral cats. While we do not provide direct trap-neuter-return (TNR) services, we provide education and consultation to those interested in helping stray and feral cats. We do not take pet cats relinquished for any reason, but will assist owners in finding their cat a new home through our re-homing program.


Animal Shelters, Rescue Organizations
451 E. Galbraith Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45215
S.O.S. was begun in 1998 to help reduce the number of stray animals through non-lethal means (TNR and Spay/Neuter Programs). We also ask the public to help minimize overpopulation by spaying and neutering their own pets. We are organized members and volunteers and do not have a shelter. All of our animals are fostered by members or volunteers in their homes. ::The Vision of Save Our Strays is a world without abandoned, suffering, stray or feral animals. ::The Mission of Save Our Strays is to eliminate the overpopulation of stray and feral cats and dogs through spay and neuter efforts. Secondarily, to assist with finding loving homes for adoptable animals.


Animal Shelters, Rescue Organizations
P.O. Box 62083
Cincinnati, OH 45262
S.O.S. was begun in 1998 to help reduce the number of stray animals through non-lethal means (TNR and Spay/Neuter Programs). We also ask the public to help minimize overpopulation by spaying and neutering their own pets. We are organized members and volunteers and do not have a shelter. All of our animals are fostered by members or volunteers in their homes. ::The Vision of Save Our Strays is a world without abandoned, suffering, stray or feral animals. ::The Mission of Save Our Strays is to eliminate the overpopulation of stray and feral cats and dogs through spay and neuter efforts. Secondarily, to assist with finding loving homes for adoptable animals.


Animal Shelters, Rescue Organizations
4011 Red Bank Road
Cincinnati, OH 45209-0356
STAF is a no-kill shelter that provides homes for hundreds of cats, along with a smattering of dogs and the occasional bunny, guinea pig and the like. STAF is where I adopted my Chihiro. They take a deep interest in the welfare of their animals, making sure that their babies are going to good homes.


Rescue Organizations
10558 Mill Road
Cincinnati, OH 45240
Schnauzer Friends Rescue and Adoption is a non-profit organization made up of volunteers who are trying to match "orphaned" miniature schnauzers with loving adoptive homes. We are based in Cincinnati, OH but our members are spread out throughout Ohio and Kentucky


Rescue Organizations

Cincinnati, OH 45214
The Three Sisters are just that: Three Sisters! We live in Cincinnati's West side, and we rescue pets from overcrowded and high-kill shelters. Once rescued, a pet will have time to live with us in our homes where we can temperment test them. We can see how they do with people of varying ages and other pets. We can help them heal from the stressful shelter environment by getting them the medical attention they need and by placing them in loving foster homes. We crate train our foster dogs and start the housebreaking process for you.

 Rescue Organizations:
  • Bigdoghouse Rescue
  • Canine Justice Network
  • Cincinnati Poodle Rescue
  • Foreclosure Cat Project
  • Greyhound Adoption of Greater Cincinnati
  • Living Creatures Animal Sanctuary
  • MPM
  • Noahs Ark Animal Shelter
  • OBryonville Animal Rescue
  • Penny's K-9 Rescue
  • Puppywood Pet Resort
  • Purrfect Friends Cat Rescue
  • Save Cats & Obliterate OverPopulation, Inc. (SCOOP)
  • Save Our Strays in the TriState at Lewis Animal Hospital
  • Save our Strays- Tri State (SOS)
  • Save the Animals Foundation (STAF)
  • Schnauzer Friends Rescue and Adoption
  • Three Sisters Pet Rescue

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