About Clermont Pets Alive
Clermont Pets Alive! was not selected by the Clermont County Board of Commissioners to provide leadership for animal services in Clermont County, but CPA is committed to our mission of saving 90% of all animals entering the Clermont County Animal Shelter. Visit our facebook page www.facebook.com/ClermontPetsAlive for current status.
If you'd like to volunteer to support our mission of saving 90% of all animals entering the Clermont County Shelter, please complete the online application at www.CPAVolunteer.org.
Visit www.CPAAdopt.org to complete the online adoption application. If appropriate, please specify the name and breed of the pet you'd like to adopt.
Clermont Pets Alive was created in 2012 as a program of the 501(c)(3) non-profit Pet Alliance, Inc. CPA has a single mission, to save more than 90% of all animals entering the Clermont County Animal Shelter.
Formation of CPA was required to address the May 2012 refusal by the Board of the Clermont County Humane Society (CCHS) to make animals scheduled for euthanasia available to rescues. CPA began accepting cats into its foster-based rescue to reduce the 92% euthanasia rate for cats at the Clermont Shelter.
In September 2012, CPA Partnered with Fix Clermont, a program of the 501(c)(4) organization Ohio Votes for Animals, to affect change through the political process. In June 2013, the Board issued a Request for Proposal for their K-9 Designee, selecting CPA who stepped into the role in October.
When CPA was selected as the Board's K-9 Designee, few thought it possible to accept virtually EVERY animal made available via the euthanasia lists, yet that's exactly what CPA has accomplished. CPA's strategy is to embrace our community as the solution to finding adoptive homes for the lost and homeless pets in Clermont County, adding our community to the list of those consistently saving over 90% of all animals entering the Clermont Shelter. CPA further wants to create a positive image in our community of the Clermont County Animal Shelter through reduced euthanasia, increased responsibility and transparency and to make the shelter a useful resource for Clermont County residents.
Visit our web site at www.ClermontPetsAlive.org.
As we use Foster Homes for our Homeless animals, we do not have a shelter to visit. Please call 513-279-2276 to arrange to meet our loving pets. Thank You.
If you can help foster a cat or dog, please complete our online Foster Application at www.CPAFoster.org.