Each year in Cleveland, more than 96,000 Cleveland cats and dogs live in poverty without access to affordable resources for their care. Our clients consider their pets family, and we believe that they have a right to affordable pet care in order to provide a good quality of life for their pets.
Neighborhood Pets’ mission is to keep pets in their homes through affordable pet care, resources, and education. Our goal is to make this possible by offering affordable and accessible resources.
“Our human clients have one thing in common: they love their pets.”
“In most cases, these pets are providing much-needed friendship and sense of purpose for their owners. When we are able to help them support the well-being of their dogs and cats, the quality of life improves for everyone.”
Neighborhood Pets Outreach & Resource Center is located in the Slavic Village neighborhood of Cleveland. Program services are available to all low income Cleveland residents. The program offers low cost vaccine clinics, low cost flea/tick prevention & parasite treatment, free spay/neuter program, pet food bank, free education and training classes, low cost pet supplies and unlimited counseling as needed.Neighborhood Pets is a program of Friends of the Cleveland Kennel. Friends of the Cleveland Kennel (F.O.C.K.) is a 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to provide necessary medical, enrichment, and comfort care to animals at Cleveland Animal Care and Control and offer resources to the Cleveland community in order to reduce shelter intake and improve the wellbeing of animals.
“If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion.” ~Dalai Lama