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Animal Shelters in Illinois by Name   (Page 10 of 18)

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Org # 2606 FosterHomesRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Dogs

Great Pyrenees Rescue Of Greater Chicago

Great Pyrenees Rescue of Greater Chicago is an all-volunteer,501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization devoted to (1) placing orphaned and displaced purebred Great Pyrenees in responsible, loving homes, and (2) educating the public about the Great Pyrenees breed. We know and love this breed, and want each and every adoptive family to learn to know and love them as we do. We can only consider applicants who live in Illinois, Southeast Wisconsin (Madison & Milwaukee South), or Northwest Indiana (South Bend & Rensselaer West).
24320 Blackcherry Lane, Ingleside IL US 60041 Ph:(847)668-7297
http://www.gpcgc.org/rescue.htm Email: WhiteGentleGiants@yahoo.com
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Org # 2217 Shelter

Greater Chicago Ferret Association Shelter

The GCFA is a Non-Profit organization with both a Ferret Shelter & Club. We are the Oldest and Largest Ferret Association in the Greater Chicago Area! In trying to come up with a mission statement that would reflect what G.C.F.A. is all about, and how the volunteer's that help us feel about what they do. I chose this short story that was written by someone who wishes to remain anonymous. An old man was walking along a beach after a particularly high and violent tide had receded, leaving thousands of starfish stranded above the waterline to die. Ahead of him he saw a youth, bending down and then standing to fling something into the waves. Coming closer, he saw the youth was tossing starfish back into the ocean where they had a chance. "Why bother?" the old man told the youth. "There are thousands here. You can't toss them all back before they die. You can't even toss a small fraction of them back in time. What you're doing doesn't matter." The youth pondered that a moment, looking at the starfish he held in his hand. "It matters to this one," he replied, and threw it back into the water. This is all that anyone can ask and/or do. If you can, help us save one more!!!
Po Box 3, Lyons IL US 60534 Ph:(708)442-8650Fax:(708)442-8650
http://www.gcfa.com Email: info@gcfa.com
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Org # 11549 FosterHomesRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

Greyhounds Only, Inc.

Greyhounds Only, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt adoption group serving the Chicagoland and southern Wisconsin area. We are an all-volunteer based group. The dogs in our program mainly come from Dairyland in Kenosha, Wisconsin. We are committed to finding greyt homes for all the greyhounds in our program.
335 E. Geneva Rd. #173, Carol Stream IL US 60188 Ph:(847)421-9828Fax:(773)286-9429
http://www.greyhoundsonly.com Email: greyhoundsonly@gmail.com
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Org # 11670 RescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Dogs

Grundy County Humane Society/DANE911

Are you interested in adopting a "rescued" Great Dane or in knowing more information about them? Here's a summary of what we do and a phone number to call... We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We are contacted by humane societies, animal control facilities, and individuals interested in placing Danes of assorted ages into new homes. We arrange to see the dogs to help check temperatment, and we take them to a veterinary facility for fecal and heartworm checks, shots, spay or neuters, and micro chipping before placing them into new homes. We do not provide dogs for breeding purposes. We interview interested families over the phone to fill out information sheets about their circumstances with housing, children, other pets, amount of yard, exercise, or walking which can be provided. This enables us to attempt to place the dog, as it becomes available, not by the order in which you enroll with us, but by the best "fit" for the dog. Expect to pay approximately $600.00 for a rescued Dane. We hold this donation a week until we see that the dog is fitting in with its new family. Then the donation is used to fund the medical expenses for the next dog. We are happy to talk about medical, feed, or other problems you may have with your adopted Dane, and we ask you to sign a contract agreeing to alert us in future if you have questions or problems with your dog. We provide information on gastric torsion and bloat in large dog breeds and discuss and require that you are prepared to keep the dog on heartworm preventative monthly as treating heartworm is expensive, time consuming, and very stressful for dogs and owners. We do not breed or sell puppies. We will be happy to try to put you in conact with reputable breeders who x-ray for genetic problems, use spay and neuter contracts on pet quality dogs, and who are "responsible" for helping readopt their own dogs that must be returned for some reason. We are looking for Great Homes for Great Danes. Do you qualify?
120 W. 4th Street, Coal City IL US 60416 Ph:(815)634-4137
Email: dane911@comcast.net
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Org # 11550 Animal ControlPictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Dogs

Hancock County Pound

I have been rescuing dogs/puppies from my county's pound for over 4 years now and although I work with the county warden, I do this strictly on a volunteer basis. I have no say in the policies of this facility. I have always loved animals and this is my way to make a difference in the lives of these animals. This pound has been around for a very long time and 4 years ago they made additions and shelter improvements. The county is responsible for housing the dogs/puppies for 7 days. They do not except cats. They can be reclaimed at any point during that time frame. After that they are to be euthanized. There is no set hours nor staff on duty. Cleaning and feeding is done but no adoption hours or open to the public. The pound is located around 2 hours north of St. Louis, 2 hours west of Peoria, 2 hours south of the Quad Cities, and 2 hours south east of Iowa City IA. Carthage is in west central IL on the Mississippi River boardering IA and Mo.
, Carthage IL US 62321 Ph:(217)847-6047
http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/IL358.html Email: sadeghi@mchsi.com
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Org # 2807 ShelterPictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Cats

Harmony House for Cats

Harmony House is a not-for-profit, cageless, no-kill shelter. We receive no government funding and rely entirely upon contributions from caring animal lovers to provide for the cats. Each of our 130+ cats receives the time and attention she or he needs to find the right, loving adoptive home. Since 1970, Harmony House has helped thousands of cats in need.
3809 N. Kedzie Avenue, Chicago IL US 60618 Ph:(773)463-6667
http://www.petfinder.org/shelters/IL34.html Email: hh4cats@yahoo.com
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Org # 11448 RescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Dogs

Help A Pooch Rescue NFP

We are a small private rescue group who handles unwanted puppies that are released by the Amish, puppymills and breeders. We also help other rescue in their transportation needs to help get out as many puppies, adults and seniors we can. Please be patient and understanding, we work with our dogs all day long and try to respond to as many emails as possible, but sometimes we just can not get to all of them.
, Algonquin IL US 60102 Ph:(847)456-8507
http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/IL408.html
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Henry County Animal Control

The Henry County Animal Control Department was established in its current facility in Cambridge, Illinois in 1978. It has a staff of two, the Animal Control Officer and an Office Assistant . This department enforces state and county ordinances pertaining to animal abuse, bites, rabies control, and handles the issuing of rabies tags and domestic animal registration for all of Henry County. Over the years the Department has been a self-supporting program, costing no taxpayer dollars except for vehicles and a building expansion. The Animal Control Department also works closely with, and is currently a branch of, the Henry County Sheriff's Office. Animal Control also works with and assists local police departments, veterinarians, and the Illinois Department of Natural Resources.
119 Southeast Road, Cambridge IL US 61238 Ph:(309)937-2266
http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/IL421.html
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Org # 2202 ShelterFosterHomesOtherPictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

Hinsdale Humane Society

The Hinsdale Humane Society is a 52-year-old not-for-profit agency dedicated to the care and adoption of unwanted and abandoned animals and the offering of humane education programs to prevent suffering and neglect. The Society maintains its shelter through the employment of a full-time staff and the ongoing dedication of its members and volunteers. The Society deals primarily with dogs, cats, puppies and kittens but occasionally has birds, rabbits and other small animals available for adoption.
22 North Elm Street, Hinsdale IL US 60521 Ph:(630)323-5630
http://hinsdalehumanesociety.org
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Homeward Bound Pet Shelter

The mission of Homeward Bound Pet Shelter is to shelter and rehabilitate relinquished cats, kittens, dogs, and puppies until they can be permanently adopted into loving homes. Homeward Bound has operated as a no-kill, not-for profit organization since April 2002. On July 1, 2005, Homeward Bound became a division of Macon Resources, Inc. Macon Resources, Inc. is a not for profit agency that provides comprehensive services and supports which promote growth, independence, and self-worth for children and adults with disabilities and their families. This unique social partnership is benefiting both organizations as well as the Decatur community. During fiscal year 2006, we placed 258 dogs and 128 cats. That's a total of 386 animals whose lives we have touched in a very positive way! We rescued pets not only from the Decatur and Macon County area but from several humane societies and animal control facilities throughout central and southern Illinois. Our vision to establish community outreach programs is becoming a reality. During the past year, we have held obedience training classes, gave presentations to schools and other organizations, and started a foster program.
1720 Huston Drive, Decatur IL US 62526 Ph:(217)876-1266Fax:(217)876-1604
http://www.homewardboundpetshelter.com Email: homewardboundpetshelter02@yahoo.com
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