Archive for the ‘PetWork Illinois’ Category

The mission of Noah’s Ark Animal Sanctuary, Inc. (Rockford, Illinois 61107) is to provide a temporary safe haven for unwanted, stray, and abandoned dogs and cats. The Ark promotes an affordable spay/neuter program to help end the overpopulation of animals in our community.


Molly (ARN #20545)

Each year hundreds of animals come to Noah’s Ark in need of a warm bed, good meal, and most importantly a forever home. Our dedicated staff and volunteers work hard to ensure each animal receives the best care possible during his/her stay.

We receive no government funding and rely on the support and kindness from our community, private donations, bequests, fund raising events, grants, and volunteer help to complete our mission.

Noah’s ark does not euthanize animals to make space to house others. We are a no-kill shelter and work to preserve life whenever possible.

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Harmony House for Cats (Chicago, Illinois 60618) is committed to providing the highest quality care for the cats and kittens in our adoption center. Every new admission receives comprehensive veterinary care including a thorough medical examination, spaying or neutering, testing for Feline Leukemia and FIV, vaccinations, AVID microchip, and any other treatment needed before adoption. Many cats come to us injured, sick and in need of emergency veterinary care as well.


No matter what the cost of treating a cat or kitten, we charge an adoption fee of only $85 for a kitten or an adult cat up to 7 years of age and $75 for cats 8 years or older. We rely on the generous support of donors like you to pay for veterinary care, medications, cat food, and cat litter for all the cats and kittens at our adoption center.

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ALIVE Rescue (Chicago, Illinois) protects the lives and the welfare of animals. We believe every animal has the right to a well-balanced, socialized and fulfilled life.




We take on the responsibility to save, rehabilitate and place abandoned, abused and stray animals. We provide medical, behavioral and physical support for animals despite their age, health and/or breed. ALIVE Rescue promotes sustainable living and care-giving within our communities by building awareness, appreciation and respect for all animals and the environment.

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One Tail At A Time Dog Rescue (Chicago, Illinois 60647)  is a no-kill, 501(c)(3) all-breed dog rescue that serves to lower euthanasia rates in the greater Chicagoland area and provide education on the humane treatment of companion animals. 



The rescue concentrates its efforts on dogs that are in danger of being euthanized, or those that are physically and/or mentally deteriorating in a shelter environment, works to rehabilitate them, and then matches each dog with a permanent home. Focused on keeping pets as a part of our family, One Tail at a Time offers fosters and adopters continued support and education on how best to keep dogs happy, healthy and bonded for life.

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The Chicago Community Pet Coalition is a grassroots community effort to decrease the number of pets given up by their owners due to financial hardship, and to increase the health and well-being of Chicago pets.


Families and pets are happiest when they can stay together. After seeing so many heart-wrenching situations where families can’t afford to care for their beloved pet, and therefore have to give them up to shelters, ALIVE Rescue, One Tail at a Time Dog Rescue, and New Leash on Life Chicago decided to team up to prevent any further heartbreak from occurring. In March 2014, they formed the Chicago Community Pet Coalition to keep animals healthy, happy, and in the homes they love.

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The mission of Safe Humane Chicago (Chicago, Illinois 60680) is to create safe and humane communities by inspiring positive relationships between people and animals. We are an alliance of non-traditional partners that recognize the connections between animal abuse and interpersonal violence and the benefits of the human-animal bond. Our programs focus on education, advocacy and second chances.


Our vision is to help create a city in which people and companion animals are safe from all forms of violence and have the resources necessary to live in safe, humane neighborhoods.

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The staff of the Animal Hospital of Woodstock (Woodstock, Illinois 60098) believe sthe relationship we have with our pets adds a vital benefit to our lives and that our pets are truly members of our families.


Through innovation, professional competence, and high ethical standards, the mission of the Animal Hospital of Woodstock is to provide care for their medical needs, preventative health and welfare. They have assembled a highly trained and competent staff to meet these goals.

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The mission of the Animal Care League (Oak Park, Illinois) is to:


Lucy (Animal ID 17566242)

  • Protect animals from improper use, abuse, neglect, inhumane treatment and health hazards.
  • Educate the public about responsible pet ownership.
  • Shelter lost, abandoned and unwanted animals.
  • Prevent the birth of unwanted animals.
  • Reunite lost pets and their families.
  • Adopt animals into loving and responsible homes.
  • Lovingly caring for the pets who reside in the animal shelter.
  • Assist low-income families with special spay/neuter/vaccination pricing.

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All Creatures Animal Hospital (Urbana, Illinois 61801) is dedicated to providing progressive medicine in a caring environment for pets of all species.

Casey & Loki

Through preventative medicine, client education, professional development of staff, and advanced medical and surgical techniques, the hospital hopes to foster a strong and lasting bond with clients and their pets.

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Friendly & Feral Cat Rescue (Rolling Meadows, Illinois 60008) is an all-volunteer, no-kill, non-profit organization working to find loving, permanent homes for the cats in its care.

The cats are housed in foster homes or at Petco in Mount Prospect and provided with the love and veterinary care until they are adopted.

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