We are a small but growing group of volunteers working towards reducing pet overpopulation and homelessness. Much of what we do involves finding new homes for animals that need them. Whether they are animals we rescue from high kill shelters around the state or they are surrendered by owners who can no longer care for their pets, we give animals a second chance at life! As a rescue group, MHAF is unique in that we also work with owners to improve their relationships with their animals and help keep pets in their homes whenever possible.
MHAF stands for Middleburg Heights Animal Foundation; however, we do not work directly with the city of Middleburg Heights. Although we would like to someday have a relationship with the city and assist them with their city shelter, at this time we do not receive any support or funding from the city.We are entirely funded by adoption fees, donations, and fundraisers! Click here for more information about how you can help.
When you adopt an animal from MHAF, you can feel comfortable knowing that you have the support of our entire organization. We spend time getting to know our animals so we can find a home that is the best possible match for both animal and adopter. Our support is available to you even after the adoption is final; our knowledgeable volunteers can answer any questions that arise and help you find the resources you need to keep both you and your new pet happy! To find out more about our adoption process, click here.
MHAF has saved 513 lives since February, 2004