Dozens Of Dogs And Cats Rescued From Hurricane Dorian Arrive In ChicagoPAWS Chicago says two vans from Nala’s New Life Rescue in Palm City, Florida, are arriving in Chicago on Friday morning with 34 dogs and 16 cats.
'It Takes Just Five Minutes To Save A Cat's Life': How To Protect Feral Cats During The Dangerous Cold SpellThe dangerously-cold temperatures plaguing Chicago this week could be deadly for many outdoor creatures, including the estimated 200,000  feral cats that live in the Chicago area.
Anti-Cruelty Society Offering Free Pet Food To Government Employees During ShutdownUntil 7 p.m. Friday or while supplies last, government employees can receive supplies, including dry food, wet food and treats for cats and dogs.
Local Group Wants To Curb Pet Drop-Offs At SheltersAnti-Cruelty has just had its first "Pet-Friendly Housing Summit," a step, it says, toward making more rental units pet-friendly.
Humane Society To Help Animals Affected By HarveyWhile Houston-area animal shelters are filling up with pets rescued from the flood zone, one shelter here is among many trying to help.
Bark In The Park: Chicago's Largest Dog Party Of The YearHundreds of dogs sniffed and played along the lakefront near Soldier Field Sunday, as part of the Anti-Cruelty Society's biggest fundraiser.
Puppies Traveled By Uber To Offices Around Chicago To Promote AdoptionPuppies from the Anti-Cruelty Society were transported Wednesday by Uber from office to office with the hopes of being adopted, in celebration of National Pet Week.
Adoptions At Anti-Cruelty Society Free On Valentine's DayYour Valentine could be waiting for you at the pound. WBBM's Nancy Harty reports the Anti-Cruelty Society is running a special adoption event Sunday.
Uber Teams With Anti-Cruelty Society To Deliver Puppies On DemandSome lucky office workers around Chicago today enjoyed a special treat as Uber delivered puppies on demand for a little playtime.
Anti-Cruelty Society Holds Puppy Parade To Boost AdoptionsThe 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.
'Bark In The Park' Shifted To The Web, Amid Canine Flu ConcernsThe Anti-Cruelty Society is modifying the annual event, WBBM’s Mike Krauser reports.