25 adoptable dogs you could bring home today from Cincinnati Animal CARE for just $25 | Cincinnati

Cincinnati Animal CARE Humane Society, which recently took over Hamilton County’s Northside shelter (formerly operated by the SPCA), is offering dog adoptions for $25 until 6 p.m. April 15 due to an influx of dogs. Ray Anderson, media and community relations manager, said the shelter had taken in 35 dogs in 24 hours. So they’re reducing their usual $75 adoption fee to $25 in hopes of helping them find their homes. “To put this into perspective, we consider 10 dogs to arrive a bad day; that’s over a third of our capacity on a single day. In order to maintain our strict one dog per kennel policy, we need of adoptions and foster homes today”, a Facebook post of the shelter reads. “Every county in Ohio has a county shelter and if you live in Cincinnati/Hamilton County, Cincinnati Animal CARE is your shelter,” Anderson said. CityBeat. “Every stray dog ​​in town comes through our doors and we can make them as comfortable as possible, but they are pets that belong in a home. We have made many improvements to the old Northside facility, our dogs have more space with our one dog per kennel policy and expanded play areas, but at the end of the day they have to go home. If you can’t adopt, please consider fostering! ” The temporarily reduced $25 adoption fee only applies to dogs six months and older, and appointments are not required. For more information on adoption or fostering, and to see the full list of adoptable dogs, visit cincinnatianimalcare.org

Photos by Cincinnati Animal CARE Shelter

Bette C. Alvarado