Home of the Clinton County Humane Society, located in Wilmington, Ohio.
To Adopt: Please complete the Pre-Adoption Questionnaire (located on the right side of this website, above the PayPal icon) and send it to us. We will contact you when we receive it to set up an appointment for you to come in to meet and possibly adopt a pet.
Because we are staffed by volunteers, adoptions are by appointment only. We accept only cash for the animal fees.
Three years ago, she was adopted from our shelter, and she has had quite an adventurous life ever since! You can follow Talia and her canine sibling on Instagram at midwestmutt_and_a_loaf 😊 Thank you for adopting from the Clinton County Humane Society!
Tater's owner tells us: "He’s getting along much better with his big brother, Snoopy. He loves car rides and napping on my chest!" We asked about his colorful nails, which are kitty nail caps! (They come with cat-safe glue to re-apply, but they keep Tater from tearing up the furniture.)
Thank you for adopting Tater from the Clinton County Humane Society!
Rudy was released to us after his longtime owner fell ill, but his foster mom stepped right in to take care of him during Ohio's stay-at-home order. Then she officially adopted him, and Rudy was sporting a new haircut! 😍
Thanks for adopting Rudy from the Clinton County Humane Society!
We have had many kittens at the shelter and are asking for donations of cat litter. If you are able to donate cat litter, you can leave it on our front porch at 1760 Fife Ave. any time, and the next volunteer on the schedule will bring it inside. We aren't picky about brand — off-brand, non-scoopable litter is just fine. So many of you donate each time we ask, and we are supremely grateful. Thank you!
"I wanted to up date you on the puppy we adopted. You guys named him Boomer and we loved that name!! "Boomer is now six months old and growing like a weed. He's up to 38 pounds and still growing!! "He has done well on potty training — could be due to yummy treats — but bribery will get us everywhere!! "He has a big brother that he likes playing with and picking on!! "He has two sister (cats) that when given the chance he will chase after. "He finds the birds and squirrels fascinating and tries hard to play with them, but unfortunately they are not impressed. "He is such a joy to have in our fur family — so much love and many kisses. He still thinks he's small and sets on my lap or sleeps on my head!! "Thank you for sharing Boomer with us, he fills our hearts!!"
Thank YOU for adopting Boomer from the Clinton County Humane Society!
This is Archie, adopted as a puppy in February to his forever home. He's now living his best life in Indiana, and his family sent us this update: "We love him so much, and he's growing so fast! Thanks for making it possible for us to adopt him! He has his first grooming appointment this week. He was born a Buckeye but is now a Hoosier lol."
Thank YOU for adopting Archie from the Clinton County Humane Society!
So happy to know that Buddy has found someone to love him and take care of him! "Buddy seems to loving his new home! Just look at that smile! Lol. He has put an even bigger smile on my face. I must have met 30-40 dogs this year, but none of them were quite right ... until Buddy! He is so gentle and happy. Exactly what I was looking for."
Thank you for adopting Buddy from the Clinton County Humane Society!
Named Zen at our shelter, he's now Bluester. And look at those beautiful blue eyes! His owners emailed us: "Thought we would share some pictures of Bluester — we call him our gently giant. He gets along with everyone. Claus, our other Samoyed, and him play so hard together. They love to run as fast as they can in the back yard. "He’s got a mischievous streak sometimes — likes to occasionally dig holes to see what's there, loves to move things when no one is looking, loves to play with sticks, and stalk the squirrels. "He’s such a great boy! Thank you for helping him become a member of our family!"
Thank YOU for adopting from the Clinton County Humane Society!
"Hi guys, Fernie here. I just wanted to let you know I love my new home and my adoptive parents. They even gave me a sister. She can be a little moody, but I think we will get along fine. "I don’t like that they put me back on dry food, but I do need to lose weight, so I'll get used to it. I have all the toys I want, and even a cool water fountain to drink from. "Well, I think it's time to get my belly rubbed, so I gotta go. Love, Fernie"
Fernie, please thank your people for adopting you from the Clinton County Humane Society!
Safe and secure in her new home in time for Mother's Day, gorgeous Ruth the kitten settled in quickly, with head-to-toe licks from the family's dog and gushing love from the toddler. Ruth, a "snuggle bug," has claimed her human mama as hers, shoulder-sleeping in pure bliss. We know Ruth (named Sasha at the shelter) will always be loved and cherished by her forever family, and we are grateful that they chose to adopt from our shelter!
Thank you for adopting from the Clinton County Humane Society!
Adopted April 23, Thor (named Ross at the shelter) has caused his new family to fall completely in love. His family told us: "He has my husband and I wrapped around his little paws. He is the best cuddler, loves to help paint with his dad, and is the cutest little thing. Oh, and he has the biggest personality! Needless to say, my husband and I love our newest addition!"
Thank you for adopting Thor from the Clinton County Humane Society!
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