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Feral Cat Summit

Please join us on Saturday, October 21st for Feral Cat Summit III at the Cuyahoga County Public Library-Parma branch at 6996 Powers Blvd. (across from University Hospitals Parma Medical Center).

This year’s event will feature an outstanding lineup of speakers, as well as can’t-miss networking and Q&A sessions and a chance to win great prizes.

  • Sharon Harvey, Cleveland APL
  • Alice Stanford, Wayne County Humane Society
  • Dr. Meg Geldof, One of a Kind Pets Spay-Neuter Clinic
  • Toby Franks, Together Initiative for Ohio’s Community Cats and Spay-Neuter Ohio
  • Dan Spehar, Together Initiative for Ohio’s Community Cats

Check out our events page on Facebook. See you there!

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Safety tips from The a Friends of The BV Kennel

Please remember to check gates as sometimes they are left open or not properly secured by lawn care, heavy winds and other individuals entering the premises.

This is also a good time to inspect fencing and to insure electronic containment is working properly and to mark it for landscapers.

Please also remember to keep a collar with current identification on and  a county license.

Please report all lost and found animals to the Bvpd and ask them to make a log entry.

Animal ordinances are still being updated by city council and your participation either by phone, email or being present at a meeting is encouraged.

All current ordinances are available on our website or by contacting the Bvpd or city law department.

Thank you!

Dog signs to be displayed in city

dog-signs-trimAttached is the sign that was shared at city council last night that will be displayed in several locations in the city.   These signs will be put up once the weather is consistently warmer and in the following locations:

Heinens, Bvpd, Bay Square Shopping Center, CVS, City Hall, BV parks (parking lots )

Some BV businesses have requested them for their front windows.

Friends of the Bay Village Kennel purchased and will replenish this signage in our efforts to educate residents and visitors the dangers and consequences of leaving pets unattended in vehicles with windows up and in warm weather.

Thank you,
Nancy Brown