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. We will strive to prevent the overpopulation of our pets by offering spay/neuter programs, rather than through the use of euthanasia.  To promote these goals, we are dedicated to finding safe and permanent new homes for our domestic animals as well as helping the public choose the right companions for their families.


Contact Information for Peoples Animal Welfare Society of Tinley Park (PAWS of Tinley Park)

8301 W. 191st Street
Tinley Park, IL 60487
815-464-7298
https://www.pawstinleypark.org/

Adoptable Critters


Rumi

Rumi

Rumi has been with us for 7 months and would love to get out of the shelter.  He is very affectionate toward people but can get testy with other cats, so he would do best as an only cat. Additional grooming is required to keep his beautiful white coat shining.  If you are interested in meeting Rumi, please check our website for availability.


Rigby

Rigby

Meet Rigby.  He's often mistaken for Dumbo with his floppy ears, but we assure you, he is not an elephant!  He's certainly a looker, when the sun hits him just right, he shows off the most beautiful brown highlights.  Rigby loves to run around and play with toys or other dogs.  He is looking for a home with older children and lots of toys to play with.


Harley

Harley

Harley - 5 yr old female.  Beautiful girl who wants a home to play in


Duncan

Duncan

Duncan - 6 yr old male. Sweet boy who is FIV positive


Scrappy

Scrappy

Scrappy 8 year old male Chihuahua mix who been with us since March.  Seniors sometimes get overlooked.  No kids under 16 due to her size and age. 


CoCo

CoCo

CoCo - 1 year old female Pittie mix.  Eager to learn, will sit and wait to be leashed.  Been with us several months, so she is getting tired of being in a shelter.  No small kids as she can use some training.  


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