Upcoming Events

AUG
2

Sat August 2
Wellness Clinic

AUG
5

Tue August 5
Spay/Neuter Surgeries

AUG
6

Wed August 6
Spay/Neuter Surgeries

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12

Tue August 12
Spay/Neuter Surgeries

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Wed August 13
Spay/Neuter Surgeries

Statistics

Animals Altered
Through
July 20, 2014

Dogs 3917
Cats 4285
Rabbits 247
Other
(5 guinea pigs & 1 prairie dog)
6
   
Total 8455

Dogs and Cats Saved From Entering The Shelter System

Dogs

2611

Cats 2143

Wellness Clinic

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Low Cost Wellness Clinic
for Cats and Dogs

Saturday, August 2nd
By Appointment Only

Health Check
Vaccines
Preventatives

Please call the clinic for an appointment at 1-630-800-2254.

See our Services page for details.

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Prevent A Litter Fund

Rabbit Spay/Neuter

Attention Rabbit Caregivers
Our next low-cost Rabbit Spay/Neuter clinic is:
Monday, September 15th
Call for an appointment 630-800-2254

Reasons to spay/neuter your rabbit:

  • Prevent dangerous uterine and testicular cancer
  • Prevent unwanted litters
  • Prevent urine spraying
  • Reduce aggressive behavior

For more reasons, see our Fix'n Facts page.

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Support for Rabbits

cream-colored-bunnyWe are happy to introduce the newest addition to our web site – Bunny Tales. We are committed to helping our rabbit friends, to be healthy, happy and safe. Bunny Tales is made up of care instructions, a list of website resources, veterinary references and a fact filled coloring book for our younger caregivers. If you are interested in adopting a rabbit or learning more about them, visit House Rabbit Society of Chicago.

A Rescue Story

Meet Ella and Nora. They are a mother daughter team that came to us to find a rescue. Ella was originally found under a porch in the south side of Chicago with three kittens. A kind young man brought her and the kittens in, socialized them, fed and cared for them until she was done nursing and the kittens were old enough to find homes. He found homes for two of the three kittens, but could not find one for Ella and Nora. So his father reached out to us for help. We took them in, spayed, vaccinated, tested them. They stayed with us for a couple of weeks and then went to HELP where they were able to find a forever home.

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Ella
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Nora


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