The mission of the Quad City Animal Welfare Center is to operate a shelter for homeless animals, to offer a spay and neuter program, and provide humane education. We are the only full-service, no-kill shelter serving the Quad-Cities area. The shelter is located at 724 W. 2nd Avenue in Milan, IL. For more information, call (309) 787-6830 ext.10 or visit www.QCAWC.org.
724 West Second Avenue
Milan, Illinois 61264
We love Columbus! He's a big boy full of attitude. He was born in 2012. He really enjoys attention and would love to have a person of his own to hang out with. We believe he would purrfer to be an only kitty or to leave with another cat who likes their own space, too.
LuLu is going to need a special owner - someone patient and loving. This pretty little lady has stunning eyes and is a small dog (20 pound terrier mix) born in 2009. She is very reactive with other animals and would do best in a home without young kids - she would like to be the only "kid" furry or otherwise in your life.
Braxton was very stressed when he arrived at our shelter, and needs a confident, kind, and patient owner to adopt him. He has had some formal obedience training and knows some tricks! He is a Chihuahua mix born in 2015. Braxton is a protective dog and once he knows you he is very lovable. He is OK with cats according to his past owner, but not kids, and we are unsure about other dogs.
Sasha is a bundle of playful energy and very friendly. She was born in September 2015 and is a red and white pit bull mix. Sasha needs a home without cats and might do best as an only dog. She'd love to live with active adults, and maybe a teenager to play with, too.
Tiki is a sweet girl with the sweetest face. She was born in May 2014. She is a quieter kitty in the cat room - she could be happy as a single cat or with other cats, but she does love when people visit with her!
Sarah is a volunteer success story. She was so scared when she first came in but after volunteers spent some good TLC time with her, she's become more comfortable being here. She needs a patient adopter willing to give her time to warm up to them. Sarah was born in 2014.