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We also now have a page at Chewy!!!! Click here to see how you can donate thru Chewy! THANKS!!!!!!
We rescue dogs and cats from kill shelters and transport them to non-kill safe havens so they have the chance at a forever happy home!
We are a 501-3c non-profit organization. Our goal is to make all the animals we rescue as happy as this guy! We are also on Petfinder! http://awos.petfinder.com/shelters/OH1186.html
Companion Hearts would like to thank everyone that has supported us since we were founded in April, 2017. During this time, we have helped hundreds of dogs & cats get to safe destinations to be adopted into good homes & we thank the rescues (& donors, vets, and fosters) that have made this possible! And we would like to thank Toni & her drivers for all of their help in making this a team effort!! We wish everyone a safe & blessed New Year and hope to be able to save even more lives in the coming year!!
Shelley/Don/Lori/Sarah/Monica/Lanetta/Viki - Companion Hearts Team
Please honor your lifetime commitment to your pet
If you adopted a pet at the start of or during the pandemic, please, please, PLEASE honor your lifetime commitment to that animal. Even though life has resumed for you, your pet doesn't understand he was just something to occupy your time or play with while you were hunkered down and that you no longer have room for him in your life. You’ll leave him depressed and resigned to a life of waiting and wondering why he deserved to be sent away.
Shelters are being inundated with "returns" of animals that families no longer have time for and are having to make difficult decisions (yes, even the no-/low-kill shelters). We find time in our busy schedules for things that are important to us. No matter how busy you and your family have become, you can — and should — make room for your pet. He will continue to bring you joy, companionship and unconditional love.
If you absolutely find you can't continue to care for him, please be responsible in finding a safe home for him. Most rescues and shelters will always take their animals back — although many now have waiting lists because of the influx of such requests. Please don't "set him free in the country" or offer him "free to a good home." Chances are good he'll suffer a painful and cruel end with a car or as a research experiment or fighting bait.
And for those of you who DO have room in your home and life, please, please, PLEASE visit (online or in person) a shelter or rescue group and save the lives of these discarded/unwanted animals. They most likely aren't there because of something they did, but simply because their last family lost interest. Thank you!
Newark, Ohio 43055, United States
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