Consider Sponsoring One Of These Animals

Bertha

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Very friendly girl whose owner passed away unexpectedly.  Was brought to Ohio from Texas by a family member who unfortunately couldn't keep her due to her baby's allergies.  She loves to chat and at feeding time she has a lot to say.  Or just sit on your lap and listen to music. 

 She is available for adoption. 

Hansen

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Hansen arrived with his mother and 4 siblings. He came to us very sick, with a double eye infection and was very malnourished. Hansen is a little shy but once he figures out that he can just be held and loved on he is the happiest little boy.

He is currently in foster.

Yukina

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Yukina was rescued by county facility but unfortunately they were unequipped to care for cats so she came to OPS. She is very sweet and LOVES to eat and be pet at the same time. She is a beautiful long haired girl who requires a lot of brushing but luckily she enjoys all attention.

 She is available for adoption.   

Adah

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 Adah arrived with another kitten named Adonis in August of 2018 at  8 weeks old.  They were abandoned in a carrier at the front door while the facility was closed.  On arrival she could barely wiggle her back toes.  An x-ray showed that her spine was crushed.  She still cannot urinate or defecate without help but with a lot of physical therapy is now able to partially walk again.  She is available for sponsor only. 

Josey and Mango

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Josey and Mango came to us as a bonded pair.  Josey loves to get out of her house and visit with humans, she loves to laugh and say hello! Mango is much less social with people, he has eyes only for Josey. Mango doesn't say much but what he lacks in words he makes up in love for his best friend. They can only be adopted as a pair so you get double the fun!

  They  require an experienced bird parent. 

Killer

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 Killer is a 50-60 year old orange wing amazon of unknown sex.  [S]he is not hand tame and does not speak English.  [S]he has a slightly deformed foot and some nutritional problems.  [S]he loves to honk, scream, and rile up the other birds.   [S]he  requires an experienced bird parent.

Matilda

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Matilda was a stray who was caught at Mirror Lake in Eden Park.  She arrived with urine burns on her feet and quite a lot of ticks.  We worked with her and she is now healthy.  She does have some trust issues with humans but is very sweet when given the chance.  She is not a small bunny, weighing in at around 12 pounds!

She is available for adoption. 

Fifi

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Fifi is a very sweet girl whose family ran into some personal issues and was no longer able to keep her. She has a prolapsed rectum and probable hemorrhoids but is still very loving even though she has to get medicine applied to her bottom everyday. 

She is available for adoption as a special needs bunny

Chipper

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Chipper is our lonely Degu who came to us with 9 gerbils and 6 rats, after their owner passed away. Chipper is a very talkative and sweet little girl. The only two things chipper is missing is part of her tail and a big colony of degus to family with!

 She is available for adoption 

Our Adoption Process

 ♥ Our adoption application is not available online.
♥ If you are interested in an animal, you must come to our facility and meet it first.

 ♥ We will ask you some questions to see if we feel like the home you are offering is right for that animal.  

  ♥ If it sounds like a good home, we will offer you an adoption application. 

♥ You will need to bring a valid state-issued photo ID for us to check your identity
♥ If your application is approved, you must pay the adoption fee up front and you may take your new family member home the same day. 

Sponsor an Animal

 If you would like to sponsor any of these wonderful animals, please click below. 

Pay with PayPal or a debit/credit card

Additional Ways to Help

Cans for Critters

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 Things we recycle that you can contribute:


  • Cans for the Cans for Critters drive
  • Shredded paper
  • Cat food cardboard flats
  • Toilet paper tubes.


 If you are interested in helping our recycling initiative or have a question, please contact us via email at ohiopetsanctuary@gmail.com

Help Us Make A Change

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 Our Change Jar

We outgrew our current facility within our first 3 months.  We are collecting spare change from your car seats, couch... or wherever!  Our change jar is located in the front of the facility and ready for you to help us earn the building of our dreams.

The Big Finish!

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 Our goal is to expand from our current 3,000 SqFt  to a minimum 10,000 SqFt!


This expansion will all us to QUADRUPLE our animal capacity.  We also would like to include a low-cost spay/neuter clinic and add dogs to the list of animals we will be able to help.  This is a HUGE goal but we have faith that it will happen!

Items Needed

 Some of the items they need are:

​Cat Litter

Laundry Soap
Timothy Hay

Hand Sanitizer

Cat/Kitten food

Kroger/Grocery Gift Cards

Dishwasher Tabs

Rabbit/Guinea Pig Food
Toilet Paper
Turkey or Chicken Baby food

Other Donations

 Unable to Drop Off Items?

Click the "Donate" button to give a monetary gift.

Please also consider visiting our Amazon wish list to contribute supplies we need.

 https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/3CU3C5L0I2LBN/ref=cm_go_nav_hz 


Please note donations are not tax deductible.




Shop

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Our shop (which is integrated into the  shelter) is our primary source of rasising the money we need to provided shelter, food, medical attention, and nurturing to the animals in our care. We want people to feel good abouth purchasing supplies for their pets because they can see the animals their purchase is helping. 

Unable to drop off item?

Your generous support allows to feed, house, and provide medical treatment to our adoptees.

Pay with PayPal or a debit/credit card