Our Featured Richfield, OH Partner:
The FLOCK in Ohio
3327 Fox Run Drive
Richfield, OH 44286
Dog adoption and cat adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog or adopt a cat and you'll have a friend for life!
Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.
Pets at Our Rescue Group:
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:
Cuyahoga County, Southern Cuyahoga County, Akron, Summit County, Medina County
We love cats - of all sizes, colors and shapes. We are very distraut about the number of animals destroyed each year because people have failed to spay/neuter their animals. We do not support or encourage breeding or "pure bred" animals of any kind. Breeding causes the production of extra animals who do not always find homes and makes it harder for millions of mix breed animals to find homes. We think people who have the resources to own an animal should be responsible for care and neutering of their pets. Educating the public is an important part of our adoption process.
Donate to Our Rescue Group...
We have no formal method of accepting donations. Most donations come from people whom we help by taking in cats they find. We can always use carriers, KMR (kitten milk replacer), and money!
Come Meet our Pets:
Most of our adoptions are from on-line contacts and the paperwork is completed in veterinary offices or in the homes of our fosters. We try to return calls and contacts as quickly as possible and arrange times at your convenience to come meet our available animals. Email is a good way to contact us. Hope to hear from you soon!
Our Adoption Process:
Costs: Kittens 60-90$ depending on kitten and season
Adult Cats: 25-40$ depending on situation
Only adults can adopt. If the person adopting rents their domicile, we need assurances that they are allowed to have a pet and are aware of any additional costs or deposits required. We do not allow cats to be adopted as a gift - except by a spouse for a spouse.
All of our animals are spayed/neutered and have all their vaccines. If they have had any medical issue it is noted and resolved.
The new owner must have all other animals in their home spayed/neutered and up to date on vaccines. They need to have an established veterinarian if they have other animals.
Cats are to be indoor only, with rare exceptions. If the new owner decides they need to declaw a cat, we ask that it be done after careful investigation of the pain management procedures that will be followed. We can suggest several vets in the area that we trust.
Our Adopted Pets:
We have helped lots of pets connect with loving and caring owners. Check out our adopted pets list!