OPERATION WARM & COZY INC - No More HOMELESS, FREEZING, or STARVING pets
The greatness of a nation and it's moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.
-Mahatma Ghandi
 




        
 

Hogan was recently placed into his new forever home























Our current wish list
cash donations for shelter rent/operating expense
firewood/coal
Dry Straw bails
Brooms/dust pans
Paper towels
Bleach
canned dog food (we use 28+ cans per week)
dry dog food
Clorox wipes
pet wipes
large trash bags
current expenses for spray-insulating entire building
electric ($500.00 per month) during cold months
 

Iona was recently adopted, marking our 500th successful adoption!

















After Buddy's owner passed away, OWC helped him find a new loving family to call his own. He was adopted 9/25/16 by a wonderful family and is doing VERY well!
(What a LOVING dog Buddy is!!)



Mia came to us at 6 months old, super timid and nervous. Her owner no longer wanted her.
 

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!!!!

 
 




 *OWC does not run operations from Facebook!
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 sanctuary, but placed in affiliate shelters when space is available until permanent homes can be found. 
 





                                NOMAD INC. 
                                               (offered once a month)
 
        NOMAD:FELINE ONLY              
 
   Dec 29th,2019 NEXT SPAY/NEUTER 
    
        Registration begins on Dec 1st  by calling 330-364-7190
                          
    Openings available for Sunday, December 29th:

    Males:15 
    Females:15 

 *Alternates may still sign up to fill in any cancellations that may occur if they call from 8:00-8:30 pm on the night before
scheduled events
 *OWC adds a slight service charge to NOMAD prices to cover the cost of sterilizing 2-5 cats that have been rescued by OWC each month

FEMALES  are $65.00 (fee includes pain injection ONSIOR)
                ($10.00 fee if females are found to be newly pregnant)

MALES      are $55.00 (after service fees applied)  



  
 

 
Must Call 330-364-7190 to sign up!!
OWC does not work from Facebook
 
 
 
 
 
  











 

 
           Rusty has been adopted after nearly 4 yrs in our shelter:)
 
 

Parker, a 7 year old Great Dane was adopted on 4/6/19! He and his new sister Libby are doing just fine!!!

 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
                                                               
 















                                                    Parker with his new sister Libby!




537 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:)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
SHOP AMAZONSMILE.COM AND ELECT OPERATION WARM & COZY AS YOUR CHARITY TO RECEIVhttps://www.givinggrid.com/OWCRESCUE/E A PERCENT OF YOUR SHOPPING DOLLARS COURTESY OF AMAZON:)
("Thank You" to everyone who participates in this program:)
 



                                    
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 always! 

2,195 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 4 years later he is doing GREAT at 32 years old. He has been showered with love and attention ever since we received his loving soul. 
We lost Mr. Ped to a heart attack on December 23rd 2016. We adored him and will always be thankful that we could give him peace and love in his final 4 years of life. God Bless him!

 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
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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. 
 



















 
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