December 30, 2023

Thank you to the CCAP Early Learning Center

 The parents, children, and staff of the CCAP Early Learning Center in Wilmington collected lots of donations for the animals at our shelter during its first annual Christmas program! 🦴

On Thursday, 12/28/23, adorable puppy Noel visited the Early Learning Center to thank the girls and boys. 🐢

Noel and the children had fun, and Noel enjoyed seeing himself in multiple mirrors! πŸͺž

As soon as Noel got out of the vehicle, one little girl blew him a kiss! 😘

We are very grateful to the CCAP Early Learning Center for thinking of the Clinton County Humane Society this holiday season!







December 26, 2023

Stella got a heating pad for Christmas!

Stella was not all that friendly at the shelter, but she was adopted into a loving home by a wonderful owner who loves her very much.

He sent this updated picture of Stella, telling us: "Merry Christmas!πŸŽ„ She is doing great, she got a heating pad and loves it."

We are so happy for this cat! Thank you for adopting Stella from the Clinton County Humane Society! 



December 25, 2023

Kala is still 'loved beyond measure'

This is Kala, who had waited a long time for her family to find her in 2021. It is her third Christmas enjoying everything a dog deserves and being “loved beyond measure.” πŸ₯°

Her family said, “She pretty much tolerates anything we ask of her, including wearing reindeer antlers.”

Thank you for adopting Kala from the Clinton County Humane Society!



These kitties could have their own calendar!

 Happy Holidays from CCHS alumni Jamo, Hart, Tully and Riley! πŸŽ„




Ruthie has been a very good girl this year

Ruthie was adopted almost 12 years ago from our shelter. She got multiple presents from Santa!

 

December 24, 2023

Amber is of Santa's elves specializing in dogs and cats

Thank you to Amber, who brought lots of circular Nylabones for our dogs and tunnels for the cats, plus a monetary donation to help with the care of the animals. 

Amber and her family have helped out many times over the years, and we are thankful! 🐾 



December 21, 2023

Miley is living a wonderful life up north

Many of you remember Pixie because you donated to help pay for her surgery. That was Part 1 of her happily ever after.

When we took her in, she was suffering from cherry eye, a prolapse of the third eyelid gland. She was one of two puppies dumped at a kill shelter after their owner couldn’t sell them. 

The Clinton County Humane Society stepped in and brought the puppies to our facility, and eventually we found homes for both. 

Part 2 of the story is that Pixie headed up north to a 100-acre farm and is now officially a Canadian named Miley! πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦

Miley has human boys to snuggle, a comfy bed, and a whole new wardrobe fit for the queen she is! Even the family’s 11-year-old golden retriever loves Miley! 

We are so thankful to our financial supporters and to the people who give discarded animals a new lease on life!

Thank you for adopting Miley from the Clinton County Humane Society!



December 20, 2023

Be still our hearts: It's Poppy

 This is Poppy, one of the cutest kitties you'll ever see! She is happy in her new home. 

Thank you for adopting from the Clinton County Humane Society!








December 18, 2023

Doc Brown will be missed tremendously

Dr. Harold Brown, who passed away Nov. 29, worked with us for more than a decade, spaying/neutering our shelter animals as well as spaying/neutering more than 3,000 community cats during our former cat clinics. 

Doc was so much more than a vet to those of us who had the privilege of working with him.  

We will miss his guidance, his goofiness, his obsession over the proper name of cat colors (if you worked with him during a cat clinic, you know), and hearing “Hey, girl” or “Hey, kid” when we walked in. 

We were lucky to have him as part of our organization and as our friend, and will miss him tremendously. 

https://www.legacy.com/us/obituaries/greenecodailies/name/harold-brown-obituary?id=53820525&fbclid=IwAR23OwPqwnl3ebvPpX-NGj8Ii4ewV_ZYE8rV8VGrcFOBjYEPTEZyyPnJjv4



Winter reminder: Look out for cats trying to get warm

 IT IS COLD — please check your cars for “stowaways” before driving on the winter! 

Cats and kittens, especially strays or outdoor pets, seek out warm shelter in the colder months. 

When cars are left on the streets, driveways, or even easily accessible garages, cats will gravitate to the warmth. 

Sitting between the engine and hood allows them a break from the harsh weather. 

Please bang on your hood before starting your car this winter — better to scare them temporarily than to terrorize them (or worse)! 

We have heard multiple stories just this week of cats who were found in engines and wheels. 



December 13, 2023

We are grateful to Amazon Air for helping the KILN community!

The puppies love playing with these dog toys made for them by Amazon Air-KILN associates! Amazon also donated catnip toys the employees made, as well lots of pet supplies for our shelter, which is a hop, skip, and a jump from their facility!

We are thankful to them helping us help the homeless animals of our community!

Thanks to Shari and all the other Amazon folks! 🐾







Dogs love to chow down on Chow Town treats

Clinton-Massie High School students Sydni Linebaugh and Candice Campbell, along with Christian Campbell and Ryan Vert (not pictured), worked through the quarter to create a dog treat marketing project in order to fulfill one of their graduation seal requirements.

And our dogs at the Clinton County Humane Society were the lucky recipients! Thank you to these caring students and to their teacher, Andrea Winkler! πŸΎπŸ’™




December 11, 2023

Memorial bricks are a thoughtful, substantial gift

Looking for a lasting, thoughtful gift? Maybe you want to memorialize a departed loved one?

Our shelter, which exists solely on private donations and thousands of volunteer hours, has been doing a memorial brick fundraiser since 2006.

Each brick purchase is acknowledged with a handsome certificate, although the physical bricks (produced by a family-owned, Ohio company) take longer to complete.

Bricks are $50 for one, $75 for two. Order forms are downloadable on our website, clintoncohumanesociety.org, and can be mailed to us, along with a check, to:

Clinton County Humane Society

PO Box 1024

Wilmington, OH 45177



Remember to get your dog license!

If you purchase your dog’s license before January 31, 2024, it’s $14. 

After January 31, the price doubles to $28. 

Besides being required by Ohio law, a license is a lost dog’s ticket home! When your dog has its license attached to its collar, its assigned license number is all that is necessary for the dog warden to identify the dog’s owner. 



December 8, 2023

Jax is 'either sweet or absolutely crazy'

 Jax the kitten was adopted at the end of October and is now getting ready to celebrate his first Christmas.πŸŽ„He has heard rumors of Santa Paws, so he has been practicing sleeping through the night. 

His new family told us that he’s very good and so sweet.

“He’s either sweet or absolutely crazy and is running around.” #zoomies

Thank you for adopting Jax from the Clinton County Humane Society!



December 7, 2023

Atlas 'was the best big brother!'

We asked to see other Rottweilers from a litter of 10 purebred pups whose first birthday is today, and we received a few updates that we are posting. 

This is Atlas. Happy birthday, Atlas!

Atlas’s family told us: “Atlas is the perfect addition to our family. We unfortunately lost our older Rottweiler shortly after adopting him. I genuinely believe he held on until he could pass his Rottweiler skills down to this pup.

“Atlas lives with four dog siblings and four cats. Nova is also a Clinton County alum!

“He is already over 100 pounds and is the sweetest puppy! Atlas also experienced his first foster puppy and was the best big brother! We are so lucky to have this boy.”

Thank you for adopting Atlas from the Clinton County Humane Society! 

The rotties had come to the humane society from a person who bred them on purpose but who was then unable to care for them. 

Through our shelter’s “Project Abigail,” we were able to take the puppies, get them spayed/neutered and have them vaccinated, and find loving homes for all of them — as well as spaying/neutering the puppies’ parents so that we could stop the cycle of unwanted litters. 



'Sir Oz is so sweet with all visitors'

 We asked to see other Rottweilers from a litter of 10 purebred pups whose first birthday is today, and we received a few updates that we are posting. 

This is Ozlo! Happy first birthday, Ozlo!

His family told us: “When I saw the post about this litter, I thought it was too good to be true. After losing our rottie the November prior, we knew we needed another in our life. 

“Ozzy loves to cuddle, fetch, and play hide and seek with his dad. 

“He recently got a big brother (we rescued a Shar Pei-pit mix). He and Hank will play for hours on end. 

“Sir Oz is so sweet with all visitors, especially his 2-year-old niece. 

“He truly is the best thing to come into our lives. We are so lucky to have stumbled on him and appreciate the quick process of bringing him home when adopting from Clinton County Humane Society! Thank you and happy holidays!”

Thank you for adopting Ozlo from the Clinton County Humane Society! 

The rotties had come to the humane society from a person who bred them on purpose but who was then unable to care for them. 

Through our shelter’s “Project Abigail,” we were able to take the puppies, get them spayed/neutered and have them vaccinated, and find loving homes for all of them — as well as spaying/neutering the puppies’ parents so that we could stop the cycle of unwanted litters.





Tupelo 'loves to be on adventures'

We asked to see other Rottweilers from a litter of 10 purebred pups whose first birthday is today, and we received a few updates that we will post. 

This is Tupelo Davis, one of the litter. Happy birthday, Tupelo!

His family told us: “He really is a fantastic dog! He is very social with everyone, other dogs, kids, strangers. He loves to be on adventures and truly enjoys every bit of life; swimming, hiking, training ... he is in! 

“He's a third-time training class graduate and will be going for his Canine Good Citizen certificate in January. 

“No major medical issues, eats everything, so gets GI upset periodically. He's going in to have his hips checked, precautionary, in the next few months. 

“I LOVE seeing the others ...OMG!! 

“All of mine were always rescues so I've never gotta a chance to see any of my other dogs’ siblings.”

Thank you for adopting Tupelo Davis from the Clinton County Humane Society! 

The rotties had come to the humane society from a person who bred them on purpose but was then unable to care for them. 

Through our shelter’s “Project Abigail,” we were able to take the puppies, get them spayed/neutered and have them vaccinated, and find loving homes for all of them — as well as spaying/neutering the puppies’ parents so that we could stop the cycle of unwanted litters. 



Scarlett loves belly rubs

 This is beautiful Scarlett, who now calls Fairfield County home. Scarlett’s owner told us: “She is so sweet. She loves belly rubs and playing with her human children.”

Scarlett is celebrating her first birthday today, Dec. 7, one of 10 purebred Rottweiler pups who had come to the Clinton County Humane Society from a person who had bred them but was then unable to care for them.

Through our shelter’s “Project Abigail,” we were able to take the puppies, get them spayed/neutered and vaccinated, and find loving homes for all of them — as well as spaying/neutering the puppies’ parents so that we could stop the cycle of unwanted litters.




December 4, 2023

He is also handsome as heck!

Update:

“I think Tux is going to keep us. 🀣🀣🀣 He's a good boy!”

Thank you for adopting from the Clinton County Humane Society!