Mid-Ohio Animal Welfare League is a non-profit organization volunteering on a regional level to assist animals in need within central and northeast Ohio while also providing access to low-cost spay and neuter clinics.
Established in 2005, Mid-Ohio Animal Welfare League has placed over 500 companion animals through a small network of foster homes. They typically pull from shelters and tend to gravitate towards assisting those animals who require medical attention. Additionally, Mid-Ohio Animal Welfare League offers sanctuary to animals entering their rescue that are found to be in need of hospice care or have extensive medical conditions that most adopters are not willing to take on.
Mid-Ohio Animal Welfare League’s primary focus is bringing low-cost sterilization services to the public with the assistance of RASCAL Unit, a neuter mobile clinic based out of Dublin, OH. The all-volunteer team firmly believes access to these services is a critical step in the process to stop the flood of unwanted companion animals into the shelter system. For this reason, they are always looking for funds to further defray the sterilization costs to the public.
A Shelter Support Grant from SPCA International will enable them to provide additional discounts for spay and neuter services without pulling from their own funds which are so desperately needed for the foster animals already in their care.