Join us Saturday, May 19 for our Annual Benefit!

New Dogs Play For Life Program at CACC a Big Success for homeless dogs!


In 2016, Cleveland Animal Care & Control (CACC) began the new program “Dogs Playing for Life”.

This has tremendously improved the dogs’ quality of life and adopt-ability while waiting to be adopted at C.A.C.C. through the City Dogs adoption program!  Friends of the Cleveland Kennel invested over $16,000 towards building play yards to make this program possible. Thanks to the generous support of our donors and The Petfinder Foundation, we were able to do this for the animals in need at animal control.

Program for Low-Income Cleveland Residents is making a big difference


F.O.C.K. launched its proactive outreach & resource program to benefit low income Cleveland pet owners in October 2016. Since then,  Neighborhood Pets Outreach & Resource Center has signed up almost 900 Cleveland pet owners, and serviced thousands of pets. The Resource Center is located in the heart of the Slavic Village neighborhood of Cleveland, and available to all low income Cleveland residents. Read more here