The Cincinnati Animal Shelter is encouraging the public to adopt older cats and dogs

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The Cincinnati Animal Shelter is encouraging the public to adopt older cats and dogs

Updated: 8:09 PM EDT July 2, 2021

A shelter in Cincinnati urges the public to adopt older cats and dogs because the shelter is overcapacity. “We are sending an SOS: Save our seniors!” Cincinnati Animal CARE wrote on Facebook on Friday. Cincinnati Animal CARE calls its overcapacity situation “Code Red” and says the shelter population has exceeded the number of kennels. Cincinnati Animal CARE is a no-kill organization and they keep one dog per kennel for the safety of animals and staff. Last week, in an attempt to address that capacity crisis, the shelter said the adult dog and kitten adoption fees are “call your price.” People can choose to pay less or more. “Should you choose to pay more, we would surely appreciate it!” Cincinnati Animal CARE wrote on Facebook. Most recently, a woman adopted a 19-year-old senior cat named Sammy from Cincinnati Animal CARE. She gave him a caring and loving home for the last weeks of his life before his death. In honor of Sammy, Cincinnati Animal CARE is encouraging others to adopt older cats so they can all have special last days, just like Sammy did. To find out more about the shelter, click here.

A shelter in Cincinnati urges the public to adopt older cats and dogs because the shelter is overcapacity.

“We are sending an SOS: Save our seniors!” Cincinnati Animal CARE wrote on Facebook on Friday.

Cincinnati Animal CARE calls its overcapacity situation “Code Red” and says the shelter population has exceeded the number of kennels.

Cincinnati Animal CARE is a no-kill organization and keeps one dog per kennel for the safety of animals and staff.

Last week, in an attempt to address that capacity crisis, the shelter said the adult dog and kitten adoption fees are “call your price.”

According to the shelter, the standard adoption fee is $ 75 for adult dogs, but people can choose to pay less or more.

“Should you choose to pay more, we would surely appreciate it!” Cincinnati Animal CARE wrote on Facebook.

Most recently, a woman adopted a 19-year-old senior cat named Sammy from Cincinnati Animal CARE. She gave him a caring and loving home for the last weeks of his life before his death.

In honor of Sammy, Cincinnati Animal CARE is encouraging others to adopt older cats so they can all have special final days, just like Sammy did.

To learn more about the shelter, click here.

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