News and Events from the Society

June 09,2017

Hot Weather Tips from The Anti-Cruelty Society

A heat wave is headed to Chicago and it’s important to keep your pet’s safety top of mind. Here are some tips to help keep your pet safe in the heat this weekend and throughout the summer.

Do not leave…

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June 05,2017


We were so excited to host Claire’s Project BFF winner Riley and her best friend Rosie. The girls made cat and dog toys for the pets in our care and then spent time playing with the animals! Check out a wrap up of…

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May 09,2017

Pet Wellness Fair

On Saturday, May 6th, The Anti-Cruelty Society hosted our first-ever Pet Wellness Fair in East Garfield Park! Thanks to the support of our new community partner Breakthrough, and a generous grant from the Caerus Foundation, we were able to bring…

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May 03,2017

The Anti-Cruelty Society Magazine: Spring 2017 Issue

We’re excited to introduce the latest issue of the Society Magazine! Check out our great articles about what’s going on at The Anti-Cruelty Society, as well as a great reads about our biggest fundraiser Bark in the Park, heart worm…

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April 28,2017

From Heartworm to Healthy

The Anti-Cruelty Society’s commitment to saving animals extends beyond the boundaries of our region to include a wide variety of communities throughout the country. We will often rescue animals from impoverished locations in states throughout the South, including saving them…

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April 03,2017

The Anti-Cruelty Society’s Foster Program

The Anti-Cruelty Society’s Foster Program is a vital lifeline that helps to rehabilitate and adopt animals in our care. The individual love and care of a foster parent gives pets the opportunity to flourish in a home, rather than in a shelter environment. Foster periods…

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February 20,2017

Sinbad the Cat

2017 has sure been off to a busy start here at The Anti-Cruelty Society. Probably one of the most exciting things to happen this year was the crowning of our very own feline celebrity!

Spoiler: it’s not me.

It’s likely that you’ve…

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