The greatness of a nation and it's moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.
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Please call 330-364-7190 to enroll in any services that we provide, report animals in need or inquire about adoption.
We DO step in to rescue cats/kittens when the case is life threatening and when possible. Kittens/cats are NOT housed at our dog/horse sanctuary, but placed in affiliate shelters when space is available until permanent homes can be homes can be found.
Please scroll down to enroll in our low-cost cat spay services through the "AWESOME"
NOMAD INC. (offered once a month)
Mia came to us at 6 months old, super timid and nervous. Her owner no longer wanted her.
Mia at 6 months
Today, (after being adopted 3 1/2 yrs ago by patient & caring people), Mia is a competitive Dock Diver and one of the top therapy dogs at United Community Hospital in Grove City, OH. She also participates in the childrens library program in Meadville. She has made a big difference in many lives. Way to go, Mia & family!!!!
FEBRUARY 18th, 2016 SPAY/NEUTER
0 females needed 0 males needed
*Alternates may still sign up to fill in any cancellations that may occur up until Feb 17th at 8:30pm
*OWC adds a slight service charge to NOMAD prices to cover the cost of 2-4 cats that are sterilized at no charge to the home/owner host of event that particular day.
FEMALES are $60.00
MALES are $50.00 (after service fees applied)
This price also reflects our discount of $5.00 on all surgeries until March 17th 2016.
DATES FOR 2016 ARE AS FOLLOWS:
Must Call 330-364-7190 to sign up!!
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Rusty has been adopted after nearly 4 yrs in our shelter:)
Lady now (Gracie) was beaten/kicked & dumped at a condemned house and saved by caring residents in the area. She was limping and bruised badly when she arrived at our shelter.
After being seen/treated by our vet, and recovering completely, she is currently living in her new home with loving human parents and her canine companion, Dingo!
Stella and Tucker (both senior dogs) were also dumped in rural areas last year and both are in loving homes after recovering in OWC Dog Sanctuary.
Stella & Talia
400 HOMELESS DOGS HAVE BEEN PLACED IN LOVING FAMILIES SINCE JANUARY 2010
IKE AND MAYTAR have been adopted after nearly 4 yrs in our shelter. Both in different homes but doing wonderfully:)
Miss Kitty has been adopted after 2 yrs in our shelter:)
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("Thank You" to everyone who participates in this program:)
Our current wish list
2 50 ft propane tube (hanging) heaters
Dry Straw bails
canned dog food (we use 28+ cans per week)
dry dog food
senior horse grain
scissors (disappear like gangbusters!!!)
cash donations for shelter rent/operating expenses
lawn mower/bladed weed cutter
current expenses for spray-insulating entire building
propane propane propane ($800 bi-monthly during winter months)
electric ($500.00 per month) during cold months
FREE Doghouses AVAILABLE FOR PICK- UP. Brand new and built to PETA specifications.
(OWC has supplied 144 dogs with free doghouses)
Need donations of STRAW NOW!!!! We are currently low, but purchasing for emergency cases only..pick-up at specified locations.
2,176 straw distributions have been made to outdoor pets since Jan 2008 by OWC
2015 delivery to outdoor pets
Mr. Ped was dumped on a property (tied to a tree) in 90 degree weather when the residents were on VACATION! He was in bad shape. The home owners found him upon returning and called OWC after another local Humane Society said that if THEY picked him up, they would simply take him to the sale barn- which means "take him to slaughter". That is NOT rescue! We built him a very nice area and 3 years later he is doing GREAT at 31 years old. He has been showered with love and attention ever since we received his loving soul. We adore him.
All tax deductible donations go directly to the care of sheltered & rescued animals. Donations fund our rescue efforts. There are NO paid employees. Aside from veterinarians, all care givers who work with OWC animals are strictly volunteers.