Our MissionThe Cleveland Animal Protective League’s mission is to foster compassion and end animal suffering.
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The Cleveland Animal Protective League's (APL) mission is to foster compassion and end animal suffering. Incorporated in 1913, it is a private, independent humane society that is located in Cleveland's Tremont neighborhood. The APL's Humane Investigations team investigates reports of animal cruelty in Cuyahoga County and assists with the prosecution of those cases. The APL provides shelter to animals that have been relinquished by their guardians or rescued by the APL from abuse or neglect, and to stray or abandoned cats. It has achieved 100 percent placement of healthy, friendly animals. The APL also provides veterinary care to sick or injured animals that are admitted into our shelter, can be safely and humanely treated, rehabilitated in foster homes, and then placed into loving homes. The APL offers outreach programs in the community that reduce the birthrate of unwanted litters of cats and dogs and provide resources and support to pet owners in targeted, under-served areas.
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The Cleveland Animal Protective League’s mission is to foster compassion and end animal suffering. Incorporated in 1913, we are an independent, nonprofit humane society located in Cleveland’s Tremont neighborhood.The Cleveland Animal Protective League is helping its fellow animal advocates save animal lives. So far, the Cuyahoga County Kennel, For the Love of Pits, PAWS, and the Portage Animal Protective League have partnered with the APL’s Animal Welfare Clinic to extend their reach and ability to serve more animals.I want to share a couple of stories with you about a dog named Ginger and a kitten named Barney. Both arrived at the Cleveland Animal Protective League for two very different reasons, but they needed the same thing—our help. Thanks to you, your love of animals, and your previous support, we were here to […]Since we receive no government funding, the Cleveland Animal Protective League relies on generous financial supporters like you to make a difference in the lives of the animals we shelter, rescue, and provide assistance to.