Its mission is to rescue abandoned and/or abused pets and place them in loving homes. Adopt-A-Pet also accepts pets from families who no longer want or are unable to care for their pet. Local authorities and police departments call Adopt-A-Pet in cases of animal abandonment, abuse, or auto accidents involving an injured animal. The Macoupin County Board has recognized Adopt-A-Pet multiple times with Service Awards for this work.
Dog Adoption – Wilmette Pet Center
The 18 year old No-Kill shelter currently houses 48 dogs and 52 cats, and has low cost vet clinic for the community, helping those in need to keep their pets healthy and home. CISAR dogs take mobile adoption bus twice a week for classes with an Illinois State University dog behaviorist specialist. CISAR also works with the University of Illinois Spay-Neuter mobile unit, which visits the shelter twice a month .
Collinsville, IL - Pet Adoption
Every year, animal shelters around the country receive more dogs and cats than they can possibly find homes for in their communities. We know what that's like and strive every day to find homes for all of our adoptable pets. While we still have some pet overpopulation issues, our community has done a great job in focusing on the importance of responsible pet guardianship, including spaying and neutering their own pets to decrease pet overpopulation in and around Central Illinois.
Palatine/Kildeer/Buffalo Grove, IL - Pet Adoption
Adopt-A-Pet, established in 1983, is a not-for-profit, no-kill animal shelter located in Benld, Illinois, registered with and inspected by the State of Illinois. No state or federal funding is received; Adopt-A-Pet is supported solely by memberships, fundraisers and donations.
Second Chance volunteers rescue pets from local high kill shelters and occasionally accept owner surrenders as space in foster homes permits. Second Chance for Pets relies solely on donations from the public. All of our adoptable pets are fully vaccinated. They are spayed/neutered (no exceptions), heartworm tested, Feline Leukemia tested, dewormed, and on flea and tick prevention. They also go to their new homes microchipped (age dependent) and ready to be registered.