The Anti-Cruelty Society paraded several puppies through downtown to raise awareness of the need for good home for the pets. Organizers figured the best way to get people to adopt was by letting people see the dogs along their parade from the group’s River North headquarters to Prudential Plaza.
The Anti-Cruelty Society is modifying the annual event, WBBM’s Mike Krauser reports.
Military veterans can adopt a dog or cat from the Anti-Cruelty Society today – and have the adoption fee waived.
With the thermometer down – the calls to the Chicago Anti-Cruelty Society are up.
Since she was in the third grade, Kam Gottlieb has been raising money to buy treadmills for animal shelters through a group she founded and runs, Kinetic K-9s.
Four of Chicago’s animal shelters will team up this weekend for a cat adoption event aimed at easing the impact of “kitten season” or cat breeding season during spring and summer – the only time of the year when cats breed. The result is an influx of cats and kittens at animal shelters.
The Anti-Cruelty Society says calls are pouring in from people concerned about how other people’s pets are being treated during the heat spell.
More than two dozen dogs that were rescued from three different puppy mills in Missouri will be making Chicago their new home.
The Anti-Cruelty Society is stepping in to try to find a stolen dog – and reunite him with his family in Woodridge.