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The Animal Care League is a limited admission shelter located Oak Park. We help homeless cats and dogs by providing them food, shelter, medical attention and love until we can find them a loving home.

Telephone(708) 848-8155
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The Animal Welfare League was founded in 1935 to stop the suffering of animals that seemed common place in Chicagoland. Our founding shelter, located at 6224 South Wabash Avenue in Chicago, still exists today as the only humane society on the south side o ...

Telephone(708) 636-8586
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CatNap from the Heart is a nonprofit animal shelter, specializing in the adoption and boarding of cats and kittens. We also do adoption and boarding of bunnies, ferrets, guinea pigs, hamsters and birds. We are dedicated to promoting respect to all animals ...

Telephone(708) 352-3914
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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 inves ...

Telephone708-636-8586
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We are the first Guinea Pig Rescue in the Chicago area. We are members of Cavy Rescue International. All piggies coming through The Critter Corral are vet checked before being placed.

Telephone(708) 757-1160

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We are a not-for-profit, 501 C 3 all volunteer organization that does not euthanize unless it is medically necessary. We are dedicated to finding animals homes for life.

Telephone(708) 258-6181

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When the Greater Chicago Ferret Association was founded in 1987, one of our first priorities was to start a shelter for homeless ferrets. The first shelter was in the basement of one of our founders. We then moved to a more modern and spacious facility in ...

Telephone(708) 442-8650

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