News and Events from the Society

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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March 08,2017

The Great Fix Promotion

Book your pit bull, or pit bull mix’s, free clinic package today!

The Anti-Cruelty Society is running a special promotion from now until the 1st of May for Chicago pit bulls or pit bull Mixes. We are waiving the cost of…

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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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February 13,2017

The Anti-Cruelty Society Receives More Than $27,000 Grant from PetSmart Charities®

The Anti-Cruelty Society Receives More Than $27,000 Grant from PetSmart Charities®
The Anti-Cruelty Society will spay and neuter a minimum of 500 feral and free-roaming community cats over the next year
CHICAGO—The Anti-Cruelty Society is pleased to announce that we received a…

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February 06,2017

The Anti-Cruelty Society Closes for Dog Adoptions Amid Canine Influenza Outbreak

Dog adoptions have come to a halt at The Anti-Cruelty Society amid another outbreak of canine influenza. Canine Influenza Virus (CIV), commonly known as the dog flu, first appeared in the Chicago area in the spring of 2015. Since then,…

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February 06,2017

Canine Influenza

A new strain of canine influenza virus (CIV) hit the Chicago area in March, 2015 and since that time there have been several outbreaks throughout the region. As of December, 2015, canine influenza has been deemed endemic in the Chicago area, meaning…

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