Donate - Donations are made directly to Cleveland Animal Control, which maintains three funds for Cleveland for a No Kill City The first fund is for sponsoring the adoption fee for animal control dogs and cats. The second fund is to pay for spay/neuter for unsocialized and feral cats going into the barn cat relocation program. The third fund is for providing veterinary care for sick and injured animals who come into animal control. To donate, call animal control at (423) 544-1464.
Events - Give support at events in the community ranging from adoption events to city council and shelter board meetings. Check our calendar for upcoming events. Cleveland for a No Kill City meets every Thursday at 7 p.m. at Mark’s Dog House on Keith Street. The meetings are open to the public and anyone interested in getting involved in encouraged to attend.
Programs - There are multiple programs that support the work of Cleveland for a No Kill City. Find where you fit into the movement. Pound teams are the volunteers who go into animal control every day to take photographs of animals who are awaiting adoption. The pound teams then post these photos on various social media sites. Phone team volunteers answer phones and emails in shifts to help facilitate adoptions. Catnippers volunteers operate Cleveland for a No Kill City’s trap-neuter-return program for feral and unsocialized cats. The barn cat relocation working group works to get feral and unsocialized cats from animal control, get them spayed/neutered and relocated into permanent homes in barns.