Want to adopt a dog or cat? Cincinnati Animal Care at ‘Code Red’

We’re only eight days into June, but Cincinnati Animal Care has already taken in a surplus of animals, and the shelter is now at “Code Red” capacity.  The Humane Society no-kill animal shelter is currently at negative 71 kennels, according to a social media post made Tuesday, and its capacity […]

We’re only eight days into June, but Cincinnati Animal Care has already taken in a surplus of animals, and the shelter is now at “Code Red” capacity. 

The Humane Society no-kill animal shelter is currently at negative 71 kennels, according to a social media post made Tuesday, and its capacity is “lingering around the worst it’s ever been with more than two dozen dogs living in pop up crates.”

Cincinnati Animal Care is urging people to adopt dogs and cats, foster animals for free, donate supplies or volunteer. 

There are around 400 dogs and 50 cats in the shelter or with a foster looking for their forever home as of Wednesday, according to Cincinnati Animal Care’s website. 

As is tradition in animal shelters around the country, many of the dogs and cats have unique names, including Joey Votto (the dog), currently in a foster home with Reds infielder Jonathan India and his girlfriend Daniella Garcia.

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