The League for Animal Welfare is a voluntary, humane organization founded in 1949. The League, which has operated a no-kill shelter since 1964, is dedicated to bettering the lives of companion animals in the Greater Cincinnati area by providing shelter, adoption, public education and spay/neuter programs. The shelter in Clermont County houses approximately 70 cats and 40 dogs. Not only are food, shelter, and love provided, but all our animals are spayed or neutered; all cats are tested for feline leukemia and FIV; all dogs are tested for heartworm; and all necessary vaccinations are given before animals are adopted into loving homes.
Address: P.O. Box 30229
Cincinnati, OH 45230