Read the latest news from The Anti-Cruelty Society!
Clear the Shelters
Help us clear our shelter! On Saturday, August 17, adoption fees will be waived on all animals 5 months and older at The Anti-Cruelty Society, and NEW this year, all PetSmart locations where The Anti-Cruelty Society houses animals available for adoption!
High Rise Dogs: A Workshop
Living in an apartment complex with your dog can be difficult. The Anti-Cruelty Society has a workshop that can help! High Rise Dogs: A Workshop helps tenants and their furry friends put their best paws forward.
Other Ways to Give
The Anti-Cruelty Society cares for more than 5,500 shelter animals each and every year and we couldn’t do that without people like you! Our supporters give of their time and treasures to help us help animals get the second chance they deserve. There are many ways to give to animals in need.
Art from the Heart
CALLING ALL YOUNG ARTISTS! The Anti-Cruelty Society has a contest for you! We are now accepting submissions for our annual Art from the Heart contest to showcase your artistic creativity about caring for animals. The deadline is coming up soon—August 19
What Dog Owners Should Know About the FDA Alert
Our friends at VCA Hospitals recently shared an article by Melanie Hoffman, DVM, about the FDA Alert on grain-free dog food diets that should be noted by all dog owners.
Oklahoma Rescue Efforts Update
On Friday, May 31, The Anti-Cruelty Society arrived at Chicago Executive Airport where 165 animals came from Tulsa, Oklahoma after disastrous storms flooded the area. With the help of area shelters, the Society took in these animals who had been in the shelters prior to the storms to help them find forever homes.
4th of July Tips for Pet Parents
It is difficult to enjoy a firework show knowing your pet is huddled at home terrified of the unknown, and once the boom start , it is hard to soothe their fears. However, there are a few techniques you can do to reduce the anxiety your pet endures this Independence Day.
Compassion in Action
Sometimes stepping up is the only thing to do to help the animals in need. On Friday, May 31, The Anti-Cruelty Society in partnership with the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) welcomed 165 animals from directly impacted by the record-breaking flooding in Oklahoma to Chicago.
Canines for Kindness
We know that people who are kind to animals are also kind to each other and we want to share that sentiment this summer through a brand new program coming to Chicago Park District’s summer camps starting in July! The Anti-Cruelty Society has teamed up with Jeff Jenkins and Midnight Circus’ with his famously trained dogs to present Canines for Kindness summer camp sessions.
The Anti-Cruelty Society to Help Pets in the Path of Hurricane Florence
The Anti-Cruelty Society to Help Pets in the Path of Hurricane Florence CHICAGO—The Anti-Cruelty Society has teamed up with the ASPCA to take in animals currently in the shelters in South Carolina so room can be made for pets who become…