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Adah

Adah is our shelter mascot! She came to us unable to walk and unable to go to the bathroom on her own because her back and a rib was broken. She can walk now after a year of physical therapy and lots of love. She has an unknown history but a bright future!

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China

China is a friendly but shy chinchilla.  She has a permanent head tilt from an unknown cause and we suspect she is blind in the left eye. China enjoys apple sticks and cuddling with her stuffed bunny friend.

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Oog

Oog came to us with a bulging eye. She is a very sweet older lady that is happy to just sit and be pet. We believe her eye needs to come out in the future but for now we are trying to get her in to see the eye specialist.

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Rex

Rex has been with us for almost a year.Rex is a 20 year old double yellow headed amazon.  He picks who he likes and he doesn't care if you are male or female. HE DOES BITE. He talks when he wants to but mostly meows.  

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Lexi

Lexi is a very large bunny who is pretty over weight. She came to us from a hoarding situation with 69 other rabbits and 49 guinea pigs. She is very sweet after she knows that you are going to be nice to her but she is very scared in the beginning.

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Cadpig

Cadpig came to us with very overgrown teeth and was barley able to eat. She had a serious infection in her mouth from her teeth growing into her face. She regularly needs her teeth trimmed but is still one of the sweetest rats you'll ever meet.

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Mad Eye Moody

Mad eye came to us with an infected eye. We did some recommended treatment to try to save her eye but unfortunately she continued to hurt it. We recently removed her eye and she is currently in foster healing.

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Squeaky

Squeaky came from a family that didn't have time to take care of her because her original owner passed away. She was being fed rabbit food because the seemed to like it better but she wound up getting scurvy from a lack of vitamin C. She is now being treated and will hopefully be ready for her furever home soon.

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Killer

Killer is in her 50's and was caught from the wild. She doesn't like being touched but she loved to have a chat and eat a snack together. She is missing a toe and her other foot is deformed too so she needs special perches to make sure she can keep a grip.

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Lizzy

Lizzy is a VERY SWEET lap cat who arrived with Oliver.  She is severely overweight and needs an owner who will help her get down to a healthy weight and extend her life.

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Stacie 

Stacie is an exceptionally sweet senior girl who really just wants someone to snuggle with her. She is about 11 years old. she enjoys getting nice and comfy in a warm spot to just rest until its time to eat

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Sassy

Sassy is a yellow belly slider . She came to us because her owner was going to college and not able to take her. She is looking for a family that is ready for a long living pet that is gonna feed her the yummiest foods and provide a fun living area for her.

We have many more pets in the shelter waiting for their furever homes! you can stop in during business hours or check them out on PETFINDER

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!

Our goal is to expand from our current 3000 SqFt facility 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!

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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!

 

​E-mail: OhioPetSanctuary@gmail.com

Want to Donate to the Animals?

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

Crittermobile

We have the Crittermobile running, now we need to get it set up on the inside to transport pets! As you may guess building custom cages can be quite the adventure so we are currently figuring it out now! We want our pets to be able to travel comfortably so we are hard at work to make that happen! Any donations that can be made help tremendously!

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.

**Monetary gifts are not tax deductible.
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If you would like to join our team of volunteers, please stop in the facility any time we are open to pick up an application.

Hours Of Business

M: Closed

T: 12p-6p

W: 12p-6p

TH: Closed

F: 10a-6p

Sat: 10a-6p

Sun: 10a-5p

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