CHICAGO (CBS) — REACH Rescue is an all-volunteer organization that pays expenses, in part, with an adjacent sale shop.

Amanda Dziekanski, one of the organization’s directors, says they have to be out at the end of October.

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“That leaves us scrambling to find a new home base. It’s just a sad situation. This has been our home the past five and a half years. The community has rallied around us.”

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Dziekanski said their current location, 1126 W. Maple Ave., is the epicenter of where all their vets, groomers and fosters are.

REACH Rescue is looking for a similar square footage, about 7,000 square feet, in order to keep the shop and the rescue.

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The dogs stay with fosters not at the adoption center, except during events.