An Overview of The Anti-Cruelty Society


 
 

City clerk: Ban 'puppy mill' sales at pet stores

Chicago city clerk wants to block retail sales of animals from for-profit breeders. Click here to read more.

 

Our 2013 Annual Report is now online!

The 2013 Edition of our Annual Report Magazinw is now online.
Click here to read the issue.

 

Neutering Success Means Shortage of Pups in Shelters

Just a few years ago, adopting a dog meant choosing from dozens of puppies and a wide selection of breeds. Read more here.

 

Animal Expressions Young Artist Contest

The submission deadline for the Society's annual student art contest is February 7! Learn more and print out an entry form here.

 
 

Student veterans group volunteers at animal shelter.

Student veterans used positive reinforcement techniques to work with the dogs. Read more here.

 

It's Raining Cats & Dogs!

Thank you to everyone who helped make our 13th annual "It's Raining Cats & Dogs!" a success. For photos, and a detailed wrap-up of the event, visit www.itsrainingcatsanddogs.org.

 

The Anti-Cruelty Society Unveils Brand New Facility After $3.6M Renovation

Click here to watch the video segments from FOX Chicago

 

The Anti-Cruelty Society Unveils New Veterinary Clinic

Building the clinic was a $3.6 million project that took seven months.
Click here to read the Chicago Tribune Story.

 

Vehicle Donations

No longer need your car, boat, motorcycle, or RV? Donate to us, receive a tax deduction and help animals most in need.
Read more here.


 Find a Low Cost Spay/Neuter

PetSmart Charities has teamed up with local shelter to help pet owners find low-cost spay and neuter services in their area. Click here to use this spay/neuter locator.

 
 
4/29/2014
Working Through Pet Loss
This open educational group is dedicated to working through the emotional rollercoaster that can occur when we lose a beloved pet. Whether it is sudden or long-time ...
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5/1/2014
Helping Community Cats Workshop
Learn how to you can help cats in your community, and improve conditions for the cats and their human neighbors. Tree House Humane Societys Community Cat experts ...
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