25th Annual Adopt-A-Pet Fund
Feb 6, 2021
We are kicking off the fun every day for a week before the main event, starting Sunday, January 31.
Join us at 6 p.m. every day from January 31 - February 5 on social media!
1/31: Sunday Night Kick-off of the 25th Anniversary of the SPCA Cincinnati’s Adopt-A-Pet Fund Telethon Bowl
2/1: Matching Monday
2/2: Tabby Time Tuesday
2/3: WOOF! WOOF! Wednesday
2/4: Timeline Thursday – Highlights of the SPCA Cincinnati history, your Hometown Humane Society since 1873
2/5: Future Friday
2/6: Adopt-A-Pet Fund Day! Watch all the action from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Star 64 and Facebook Live via Local 12 and the SPCA Cincinnati. See you there!
We are proud to have IAMS™, a MARS brand, for yet another year of sponsorship and support of shelter pets across our great city. They have been a valued partner for the past two decades sponsoring our Adopt-A-Pet Fund, Fur Ball, and others. Their dedication, support, and commitment to donating truckloads of dog and cat food over the years has helped provide critical nutrition and answered the needs of our shelters for tens of thousands of animals in our care.
Our deepest gratitude to Gilligan Company, for their commitment to animal welfare to ensure the SPCA Cincinnati's animals are ready for adoption and find their furever homes! Gilligan Company employs over 1,400 men and women in Ohio and Kentucky. They have GOCO convenience stores, fuel brands such as Shell, and over 50 restaurants including Dunkin' and Popeyes Chicken and Biscuits.
It would be hard to find a more loyal, supportive and generous friend to SPCA Cincinnati than that of Local 12, Cincinnati’s CBS affiliate television station. Since 1988, SPCA staff have brought dogs and cats into the homes of hundreds of thousands of viewers annually to promote their adoption, and the continued support of animal welfare through our annual Adopt-a-Pet Fund TV show (telethon). The hundreds of thousands of dollars raised through the telethon have supported our efforts to care for unwanted and homeless animals in the Tri-State.
Being Married with Microphones allows Chris O’Brien and his wife, Janeen Coyle together to talk about one of their most precious causes, animal welfare. Adopted pet owners themselves, their care and concern for animals shines through every Wednesday morning during “Franks Friends,” one of the most popular radio segments in the Tri-State. Frank was a Pug-not just any Pug, just ask Janeen who wrote a children’s book about him. Frank passed away and within weeks, SPCA Cincinnati had found his earthly successor, Tank. Janeen and Tank are inseparable, as is our relationship with this fun-loving and supportive couple who rarely turn down a request to emcee, judge a contest or present an award at our special events.