Euclid Humane Society is a not-for-profit volunteer organization dedicated ,
to finding homes and providing the proper care of homeless, abandoned, injured
and sick animals.
We recognize the value of each animal's life, and
therefore will not euthanize any animal unless determined by a veterinarian to
be the most merciful treatment.
homeless pets in South Euclid and surrounding communities through spay/neuter,
education and adoption.
volunteers of the South Euclid Humane Society are committed to finding the most
suitable match for available pets with prospective owners. We require every
adoptive pet owner to sign our adoption agreement promising the best possible
care of the animal and the return of the animal to South Euclid Society should
problems occur after adoption. The adopted animals are spayed/neutered prior to
adoption unless the animals are too young.
The cats and kittens are
housed at Petsmart in South Euclid and the Beachwood Petco and are available for
adoption during store hours. If you are interested in adapting a cat, dog, or
bunny, please visit us and meet these wonderful animals. Please support our
friends at Petsmart and Beachwood Petco and thank them for
helping their local community.
encourage residents to join our foster care program and offer temporary homes to
homeless animals until forever homes can be found. If you are interested in
fostering an animal, please contact us. We pay all medical expenses and provide
food and litter. Initial immunizations are given to our fostered dogs and cats.
Funding & Community Events:
Donations are requested from each
adoptive pet owner to help defray our costs during the adoption process.
Annual Membership Dues from volunteer members who support our mission.
All donations are appreciated. We accept cash donations as well as pet food and
Euclid Humane Society is involved in local community events:
Memorial Day Parade
Euclid Fun Day
Lyndhurst Home Days
Annual Garage Sale - First Saturday in August
& Neuter Mash Mobile Units
Light Up Our Lives Dedication in December
Cuyahoga County has a serious problem - an overpopulation of pets. Did you know
that during a few hours in the United States, 415 humans will be born, and as
many as 10,000 dogs and cats. As you can see by the numbers, there will never be
enough homes for all of these animals.
the proceeds from direct donations & fundraisers we organize spay/neuter
programs for pets of South Euclid residents. In addition, the South Euclid
Humane Society's volunteers spend time controlling the feral cat population
using a strategy of trap, neuter, release.
South Euclid Humane Society is always looking for volunteers. Please, if you
love and care about animals, consider donating some of your time and love for
those animals less fortunate than your own.
South Euclid Humane Society 216-291-8773
for your support, and PLEASE have your pets spayed or neutered.