Pets Are Worth Saving,Inc. (PAWS) is a not-for-profit, no-kill animal welfare organization. PAWS was founded as a means of dealing with the increase in the animal population--specifically dogs and cats--in the Union County(Illinois) area.
The Kankakee County Humane Foundation (KCHF) is a 501(c) (3) non- profit organization that is a no-kill animal shelter. Since 1963 the Foundation has rescued unwanted, neglected and abandoned dogs and cats in the Kankakee County area.
Cattails Feline Rescue was started in July of 2006 by Dr. Gretchen Reid and the staff at Champaign County Animal Services. Upon opening the facility in July of 2005, we saw a tremendous need to help the stray cats in our community.
The People’s Animal Welfare Society of Tinley Park is a no-kill animal shelter dedicated to the protection of domestic animals and to the attempt to prevent animal cruelty in the surrounding communities. We will provide shelter to abandoned, lost and relinquished pets. We will provide humane education in animal care to the communities.
Anderson Animal Shelter is a limited admission, no-kill animal shelter with locations in South Elgin, North Aurora, and Bloomingdale, Illinois.
Lulu’s Locker Rescue is a nonprofit, volunteer-run companion animal rescue working to bring to light the plight of black cats and dogs and senior/hospice animals in shelters as well as the misconceptions surrounding FIV cats. We aim to lower the euthanasia rate of these animals by educating the public and providing foster care as we seek out permanent homes.
Winnebago County Animal Services is a respected community leader and credible resource for awareness and enhancement of:
We are a small no kill animal shelter -We help the Elderly keep their companion animals for we believe that people TOUCHED BY AN ANIMAL are BLESSED with better health, happiness, and messages of unconditional, mutually-needed LOVE...and we believe that kindness to animals, the Elderly, and each other GENTLES our world.
Community Animal Rescue Effort (C.A.R.E.™) is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization with a mission to serve the communities of Chicago's North Shore by fostering and supporting healthy, positive relationships between people and companion animals.
Wright-Way Rescue, located in Morton Grove, Illinois, is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. Its no-kill mission is to reduce the number of homeless pets euthanized in the Midwest each year through an adoption program, community education, promotion of spaying and neutering, and a veterinary medicine program.
St. Sophia's Forgotten Felines is a foster-based cat rescue serving DuPage, Cook and surrounding Chicagoland communities. Established in 2010 and operated by dedicated volunteers, St. Sophia's strives to be the best in temporary care for cats in transition, whether abandoned, abused or surrendered.
Founded in 1899, The Anti-Cruelty Society is Chicago’s oldest and largest, private, open-admission, unlimited stay humane society. With a mission of building a community of caring by helping pets and educating people, our comprehensive programs and services help over 50,000 animals and humans every year.
Chicago Pet Rescue is a 501c(3) non-profit, foster home and volunteer-based rescue, dedicated to rescuing stray and abandoned animals.
Chicagoland Dog Rescue is a volunteer based, shelter-less rescue. We are a non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing, socializing, and placing homeless dogs into permanent homes - regardless of breed, size, or age.
Green Pup Shelter is a 501c3 foster based rescue. The dogs that we rescue are taken to a Vet for a complete physical as well as any shots that are needed and also a spay or neuter. We are able to assess the dogs that we rescue because we are a foster based program.
An independent, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) animal welfare organization, Humane Society of Central Illinois (HSCI) does not receive federal, state or local tax dollars. With nominal adoption fees, HSCI relies heavily on fundraising activities, grants and donations from individuals and sponsors who have a commitment to animal welfare. Since 1984, HSCI has offered displaced, abandoned and abused pets a second chance. Our small staff and many volunteers care for almost 1,000 pets annually, including dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters, birds and other animals injured, lost or discarded by their owners.
Kane County Animal Control oversees rabies registration, protects public safety and ensures the humane care of animals through sheltering, pet placement, education and animal law enforcement. Animals are brought to this facility both as strays and owner surrenders. All animals go through a stray holding period after which they are medically and behaviorally assessed. All animals that go onto our adoption floor are up to date on their vaccines, microchipped, and spayed or neutered. Dogs are Heart-worm tested and cats are tested for FIV/FeLV.
A self-funded agency committed to preventing the spread of rabies, educating the public on animal health and welfare, and offering the service of re-homing the homeless animals.
The mission of Metro East Humane Society is to enrich lives by uniting cats and dogs with loving homes while promoting the humane and respectful treatment of animals.
The Quincy Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was founded on July 20th, 1880 and is one of the oldest continually operating humane organizations in the United States.