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Animal Shelters in Illinois by Name   (Page 3 of 18)

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Org # 2183 ShelterPictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Cats Pictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Dogs

Animal Care League Shelter

The ACL's mission is... Protecting animals from improper use, abuse, neglect, inhumane treatment and health hazards. Educating the public about responsible pet ownership. Sheltering lost, abandoned and unwanted animals. Preventing the birth of unwanted animals. Reuniting lost pets and their families. Adopting animals into loving and responsible homes. Lovingly caring for the pets that reside in our animal shelter. This mission is accomplished through the dedication and energy of our small shelter staff, board of directors, and legion of faithful volunteers. The Animal Care League accepts dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens, which we care for until we find responsible new owners. These animals have either been surrendered by their owners who can no longer keep them or have been transferred from other animal control facilities. Our ability to accept animals is limited to the space we have available. We euthanize animals only in cases of irremediable health problems or other grave circumstances. We have had an early spay/neuter program in place since 1994; this allows us to spay or neuter each animal we offer for adoption, one of our contributions to ending the horrible cycle of pet overpopulation. We rely entirely on membership dues, donations, and proceeds from our fundraising projects to finance our mission
1013 Garfield, Oak Park IL US 60304 Ph:(708)848-8155
http://www.animalcareleague.org/index.shtml Email: adopt@animalcareleague.org Email2: volunteer@animalcareleague.org
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Org # 2905 ShelterAdvocacyOtherRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

Animal Education and Rescue (NFP)

Animal Education and Rescue, NFP is an Illinois not for profit organization. We are a 501 (c) 3 organization. 3. The purpose of the foundation is to help countless numbers of animals and people. 1. We speak to schools, civic organizations, and clubs about responsible pet ownership. This will include the reasons for spaying and neutering, general care, and the do's and don'ts of owning a pet. We teach pet owners about how animals communicate with each other and with humans. We have designed special programs to introduce animals to children through animal body language sessions and pet education. 2. We provide pet therapy programs. Volunteers and their pets will visit nursing homes, assisted living facilities, schools for the disabled and hospitals. (Studies have proven that overall mental and physical health of humans is improved when they are exposed to animals.) 3. We are a resource for other animal related non-profit groups. During our public speaking and through our office we will provide a list of animal shelters, foster care foundations and other animal related organizations. 4. We assist people in placing abandoned, abused and surrendered pets of all kinds. Volunteer for Animal Education and Rescue!
PO Box 7343, Libertyville IL US 60048 Ph:(847)816-0831Fax:(847)816-4746
http://www.animaleducationandrescue.org Email: aear1@anet.com
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Org # 2906 ShelterPictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Cats Pictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Dogs

Animal Heartline Humane Association

Animal Heartline was founded by a small group of animal lovers who were individually helping stray and abandoned animals. Becoming chartered in 1979 as a humane society and officially recognized as a not-for-profit group enabled us to care for more animals. We are a no-kill organization staffed entirely by volunteers who are dedicated to finding homes for stray and unwanted pets. We obtain medical treatment for these pets and provide them with food and shelter until permanent, loving homes are found.
P O Box 4401, Naperville IL US 60567 Ph:(630)341-3411
http://www.animalheartline.org Email: animalheartline@hotmail.com
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Animal Hospital of Monticello

We are a small animal hospital in Monticello, IL. We are located about 20 miles west of Champaign-Urbana. We care and house all the stray pets for Piatt County and some animal control organizations for some towns in Piatt County. We do not accept animals for owner relinquishment or citizen stray relinquishment. We solely accept the stray animals admitted through local animal control organizations.
719 W. Bridge, Monticello IL US 61856 Ph:(217)762-2144
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Animal House Shelter, Inc

Already listed on your site but we moved and I'm just trying to give you our new address & phone number. You can check our website to verify this, the site has not changed.
13005 Ernesti Rd, Huntley IL US 60142 Ph:(847)961-5541Fax:(847)961-5732
http://www.animalhouseshelter.com Email: info@animalhouseshelter.com
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Org # 2932 ShelterAdvocacyFosterHomesOtherPictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Cats

Animal Outreach Society

Animal Outreach Society is a Northern Illinois, non-profit, IRS 501c3, all volunteer humane organization. The organization was started by a group of 28 individuals from many different walks of life and age groups united in the belief of the importance and benefits of animals in our lives. Animal Outreach Society believes in and conforms to the no-kill philosophy as determined by national animal advocacy organizations Doing Things For Animals and Animal People News.
PO Box 396, McHenry IL US 60051 Ph:(815)385-0005Fax:(815)455-8292
http://animaloutreachsociety.org Email: info@animaloutreachsociety.org
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Org # 11557 FosterHomesRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

Animal Protective Association of Southern Illinois

A no kill, non-for-profit through the state of Illinois organization here to improve and enhance the quality of life for companion animals in Southern Illinois. Our mission is to improve the lives of companion animals in Southern Illinois Promoting spay/neutering programs, and providing funds for such to pet owners in financial need Ensuring every animal adopted from a shelter or humane organization is spayed/neutered, and checked by a veterinarian to ensure good health prior to adoption Monitoring all local and state ordinances protecting companion animals from inhumane treatment and conditions and helping to see they are enforced Initiating and/or supporting improved state and local legislation for more progressive laws for companion animals Educating the community on the benefits of spay/neutering and the humane treatment of animals Assisting in finding quality homes for adoptable pets Promoting improved quality of medical care and living conditions for pets in animal shelters and other holding facilities Encouraging and supporting all area pet health care facilities to assist in achieving and maintaining the above listed goals
, Centralia IL US Ph:(618)532-7289
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Animal Protective League

The Animal Protective League (APL) of Springfield and Sangamon County is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to caring for stray and injured animals, and to coordinating adoptions of homeless animals by responsible pet owners. It also works to educate people about the humane care of and respect for animals, and operates a low-cost spay/neuter program. APL is a no-kill shelter. APL is funded solely by donations.
1001 Taintor Road, Springfield IL US 62702 Ph:(217)544-PETSFax:(217)525-5896
http://www.springfield-illinois.com/apl/ Email: apl@springfield-illinois.com
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Animal Rescue Relief Foundation (ARRF)

ARRF Animal Rescue & Relief Foundation of SW Illinois provides first aid and treatment for Sick and Injured stray animals in cooperation with the Animal Control, Police Department or Humane Officers and Good Samaritans in towns and cities where no Humane Society or program Whenever possible the animal or animals are rehabilitated and adopted to a safe secure home. If the animal is hopelessly injure, he or she is gently eased from this world into God's hands by a veterinarian or trained Humane Officer. ARRF will provide financial assistance to families or individuals whenever possible, for the purpose of neutering their pets. We do not go out and rescue animals but have contracted with Police Departments and Animal Control Officer to transport the animals. Good Samaritans also transport injured animals to area veterinarians and sign a consent form giving ARRF custody of the animals.
Po Box 397, Caseyville IL US 62232 Ph:(618)624-1223
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Animal Welfare League - Chicago Ridge Location

Please Note: Adoptions are only handled at this location. Everyday the Animal Welfare League saves animals lives and works to improve the way they are treated and regarded by society. In the Chicagoland area, we help all animals through our adoption programs, our low cost clinic services, our local cruelty investigations, and our public education programs. Locally we work to improve municipal, city and state laws and regulations regarding the treatment of animals and operate the states largest non-profit animal shelter program. We have made progress since our beginning in 1935, but much more work needs to be done. The Animal Welfare League is an independent, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that receives no city, state or federal funding and relies on private donations to continue with its mission of helping all animals.
10305 Southwest Hwy., Chicago IL US 60415 Ph:(708)636-8586Fax:(708)636-9488
http://www.animalwelfareleague.com Email: info@animalwelfareleague.com
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