Humane Ohio's goal is to end companion animal overpopulation by combining community education with low-cost spay/neuter programs. Toward that goal, they utilize a collaborative effort, working closely with area shelters and rescue groups.

When they first started out, Humane Ohio realized that simply building yet another shelter wouldn't solve the problem. So they decided to concentrate on making sterilization available to anyone whose critters needed it. Humane Ohio believes that the best defense against animal overpopulation is sterilization, which is why their main focus is a high volume spay/neuter program that can sterilize 6,000 animals a year, and reach out to six surrounding counties.

This is an important issue, people. In this day and age, there is no good reason why unwanted animals are still being born. Humane Ohio has zeroed in on the number one solution to the problem of critter overpopulation, and that solution costs money to implement, so please visit and send them your spare change.