League for Animal Welfare
Funded in 2021
Founded in 1949, the League for Animal Welfare is a privately-funded, nonprofit organization in Batavia, Ohio. As the oldest and one of the largest no-kill shelters in the greater Cincinnati area, the League serves its community through initiatives to reduce the number of homeless animals and to help people better care for their pets. The League shelters more than 1,000 homeless cats and dogs each year; and provides spay/neuter, and pet food support to our community.
The League is excited to partner with The Grey Muzzle Organization to expand the number of senior dogs they can take into their facility and find homes for as part of the None Left Behind program. This program helps place senior pets like 10-year-old Cindy Lou into homes quickly, by covering the cost of post-adoption veterinary care. None Left Behind allows adopters to bring a senior into their home, without worrying about the possibility of prohibitively expensive vet care. The Grey Muzzle Organization will help the League provide that security.