Wolves Donning Animal Adoption Awareness Jerseys - Chicago Wolves

Find out how you can support PAWS Chicago’s No Kill mission by adopting a homeless animal
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On Monday, "we discovered several cases of the virus in separate locations throughout the shelter. Because canine influenza has not been widely reported in the Chicago area in the past, many dogs have no immunity and will become ill if exposed," so the group decided to halt adoptions, according to a statement.
The Anti-Cruelty Society of Chicago has suspended dog adoptions because of an outbreak of canine .
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Get this: Each player and coach will have an exclusive jersey available via auction or raffle, as will general manager Wendell Young, senior executive vice president Wayne Messmer and broadcaster Billy Gardner. Goaltender Jordan Binnington will wear a different jersey for each game in order to maximize fundraising for animal adoption-related charities as well as Chicago Wolves Charities. PAWS Chicago | Chicago's largest No Kill humane and adoption organization
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A host of Chicago animal shelters is participating in the nationwide Clear the Shelters day Aug. 15, cutting adoption costs and pushing for placement of more pets in homes. PAWS Chicago has shared of few of its pets awaiting adoption.PAWS Chicago is a safe haven for . From the moment an animal comes into our adoption program, his life is changed forever. We take in as many pets as we can save each day, providing them with quality care and a lifetime of support.Nearly 30 Chicago-area animal shelters are participating in Clear the Shelters, a nationwide push Aug. 15 to encourage a flurry of pet adoptions by cutting related costs.Angels on Wheels Animal Rescues was founded in 2009 by Susan Pratl. We are a no-kill, foster-based adoption organization located in the SW suburbs of Chicago dedicated to the care and adoption of homeless pets. We are a 501c3, non for profit animal rescue. We are composed of a group of animal loving volunteers saving animals from death row and giving them a second chance at life. The founder lives in Naperville, Illinois, but our fosters are located all over the Chicago Suburbs.It is PAWS Chicago’s first satellite adoption center. We opened our doors to help find more homes for pets who need them—especially large dogs popular with suburban families—and to bring our progressive sheltering practices to a new community of adopters.

The Center welcomes visitors with its modern-rustic warmth and friendly volunteers eager to help find the right pet for each home. It boasts the same bright, welcoming environment and amenities found in the , including spacious homes for the animals in Dog Town and Kitty City.Once an animal has been medically cleared, he is ready for adoption! We have revolutionized the sheltering of Chicagoland’s homeless animals with our cageless, No Kill Adoption Centers in and on the . Here, our canine and feline guests enjoy spacious suites and lots of love from and socialization with volunteers as they wait to meet their new families. Our Adoption Centers, in tandem with held in high-traffic areas, enabled us to find new homes for 5,125 animals in 2016.