We asked for your help and, Cleveland, your response was overwhelming. In four days, 88 dogs were adopted from and placed in forever homes.
Last week, the City of Cleveland’s kennel operated by the Division of Animal Care & Control was full to capacity. The kennel is considered full at about 150 dogs. At one point last week, the kennel housed more than 180 dogs.
In a thank you video posted to the City of Cleveland Facebook page, Mayor Frank G. Jackson and Chief of Animal Care & Control Ed Jamison expressed their heartfelt gratitude for the community’s response. They also thanked voters for supporting Issue 32, which will fund the new kennel opening in 2018.