244
Total Adoptions in 2021
117
Total Cat Adoptions in 2021
127
Total Dog Adoptions in 2021

Pet Spotlight

Meet Finn

Finn is a 4 year old domestic shorthair cat that is looking for a family to call his own.

Meet Conan

Conan is a very smart dog and can be very stubborn. He needs an owner who is experienced with this type of dog. No children.

UPCOMING EVENTS

March 2021 General Membership Meeting will be held via Zoom on March 30th at 7pm!

Visit the events page for more info on these events.

TIPS FOR FINDING A LOST PET

Your Pet is Missing. Now What?

  • Immediately put out your pet’s food, water & bed or an article of your clothing in the place where your pet was last seen. The scent may draw them back.
  • Contact your local police department, vet clinics, animal shelters & animal control facilities to report your pet missing. Email them a copy of your pet’s photo along with your contact information. If your pet is microchipped, contact the microchip company & report them missing.
  • Spread the word by creating & posting a flyer with your pet’s picture on it & your contact information. Post them in the neighborhood where your pet went missing & ask if you can post them in local businesses. You can easily create a Lost Pet Flyer with a template from Paw Boost by clicking here.
  • List your pet on websites such as Helping Lost Pets & Paw Boost & on social media pages such as Lost Dogs Illinois or Lost Cats Illinois.
  • Walk the neighborhood. Walk around at different times of the day & keep treats with you to help attract your pet to you. Many times pets are out early in the morning or near dusk when the area may be more quiet.
  • NEVER GIVE UP! Many pets are reunited with their families after they have been missing for a considerable amount of time. Keep hanging flyers & spreading the word.

Found a Stray Cat or Dog. Now What?

  • If you find a stray cat or dog, please contact the police department in the town where you found the animal. They will advise you as to what their local procedures are.