Friends Who Care

When we say that pets are for life, we mean it. The Anti-Cruelty Society is committed to helping pets and people in every stage of their lives.

In addition to providing low-cost veterinary services through our Low-Income Clinic, and discounted adoption fees through our Pets for Seniors promotion, we have partnered with Chicago’s Department on Aging to launch a new senior support program: Friends Who Care. Through this exciting new partnership, The Anti-Cruelty Society will provide care kits to pet owners currently enrolled in the city’s home delivered meals program. Supplying monthly provisions for cats, dogs, birds, turtles, and other pets, the Society will give senior citizens food and care supplies to help their pets thrive. The Friends Who Care program will also help participating pet owners with a variety of other services, including veterinary care and behavior support.

Through the Friends Who Care program we’ll keep friends together for life.

This program is made possible, in part, by the generosity of the Caerus Foundation.

Thank you to our partners whose support makes our work possible