SPCA Closed to the Public
Due to the critical state of the public health crisis, the SPCA Cincinnati will close its doors TO THE PUBLIC effective immediately Sunday, March 15, 2020, and will remain closed until further notice (most likely until March 31, 2020). Jake White, President & CEO of the SPCA Cincinnati, stated: “It is our priority to protect and care for the lives of the animals within our facilities. In order to ensure that this happens, we must place the safety & wellbeing of our team members in the forefront. We must care for our caregivers.”
The SPCA Cincinnati values the support of our community! Rest assured, our staff is working hard to provide a safe environment for the pets in our care, and give them the necessary enrichment while awaiting the next best opportunity for adoption! The SPCA is looking into logistics that would open the adoption process back up to our community. In the meantime, we are adhering to strict guidelines by the Ohio state government, as well as following the operating standard among humane societies across the country. SPCA Dog Wardens are still patrolling the streets of Cincinnati retrieving stray animals from the community. Yes, if you have an emergency, please dial our dispatch to make a report: 513-541-6100. Thank you for your help and consideration as we determine new solutions…as we work through the current public health crisis.
Thank you for your support during this uncertain time!