Chicago Animal Care and Control Received Visitors, Gifts On Christmas EveThe four-legged residents of a Chicago animal shelter received some visitors, and presents, on Christmas Eve.
Chicago Man Trapping Cats Hopes To Get City's AttentionHe says the city could be doing more to tackle the cat population on the West and South Sides; traps are an effort to get his point across.
Man Trapped More Than 40 Feral Cats, Says He Will ContinueChicago's Animal Care and Control is warning cat owners, and those who care for feral cat colonies, about a man who’s been out trapping cats.
Owners Of Dog That Fell In Lake Michigan Come ForwardThe owners of a dog rescued Tuesday from Lake Michigan have come forward to claim their dog, Boogie.
Eagle Released To Wildlife Rehab Center After Being Rescued Near Chicago HotelAn animal control officer rescued Monday night an eagle that “had a tussle” with a hotel window on the North Side.
Mayor Backs Animal Control Boss Amid Questions In Dog's DeathMayor Rahm Emanuel's office says the mayor supports the new head of Animal Care and Control, despite an alderman's questions about leadership and treatment of animals at the Southwest Side facility.
Aldermen Seek To Equip Animal Control Workers With Pet Microchip ReadersTwo aldermen have crafted a pet-friendly ordinance to help strays get back home faster, and make it easier for Chicago to become a no-kill city.
3 Animal Control Workers Suspended After Dog Left In Van For 5 DaysThree Chicago Animal Care and Control workers responsible for leaving a dog in a van for five days have been suspended, even though the city’s inspector general recommended two of them be fired.