Coshocton County Animal Shelter & HATA operates the county dog kennel for the county (Dog Pound):
84% live release rate in 2019. Many canine euthanasia’s are owner requested services provided to those who are sick, elderly, aggressive, or trauma related (emergency services)
HATA determines cat shelter policy and chooses to admit unwanted kittens and cats daily. Ferals, strays, fixed surrenders and the ill, hurt or injured, and all in need. Being that we are one of the only open admissions left in the state, we take in an incredibly high number of cats and kittens. Although adoption fees are only a modest $20.00, finding forever homes for 1,500-2,000 felines each year is an impossible task. Those who thrive often reside here, and we do the best we can.
CAT SHELTER 2019 INTAKES:
No county specified on form: 96 or emergency drop box intakes without form properly completed
Out of state intakes: 6