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PAWS, Pets Are Worth Saving

PAWS was founded as a means of dealing with the increase in the animal population--specifically dogs and cats--in the Union County (Illinois) area. PAWS was formed primarily to prevent the destruction of valuable, adoptable animals. PAWS rescues and makes available for adoption homeless and unwanted animals

Address: 139 E Vienna St
Anna, IL 62906
Phone: (618) 833-3647's Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) of Tinley Park

People's Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) of Tinley Park

The People's Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) of Tinley Park is a no-kill animal shelter dedicated to the protection of domestic animals, and to the attempt to prevent animal cruelty in the surrounding communities. We will provide shelter to abandoned, lost and relinquished pets. We will provide humane education in animal care to the communities

Address: 8301 W. 191st Street
Tinley Park, IL 60487
Phone: (815) 464-7298 County Humane Society

Perry County Humane Society

We are a no kill animal shelter with very limited space. We rely on adoptions and/or transporting to other approved no-kill shelters for our kennels to open allowing us to take in a new animal. We accept animals from the Perry County Animal Control and have been able to save approximately 95% of all adoptable animals they receive.

Address: 8365 State Route 14
DuQuoin, IL 62832
Phone: (618) 542-3647 City Animal Welfare Center

Quad City Animal Welfare Center

The mission of the Quad City Animal Welfare Center is to operate a shelter for homeless animals, to offer a spay and neuter program, and provide humane education. We are the only full-service, no-kill shelter serving the Quad-Cities Area.

Address: 724 W 2nd Avenue
Milan, IL 61264
Phone: (309) 787-6830 Humane Society

Quincy Humane Society

The Quincy Humane Society is proud to be a privately funded No-Kill facility. The Quincy Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was founded on July 20th, 1880 and is one of the oldest continually operating humane organizations in the United States. In 1883 the name changed to the Quincy Humane Society.

Address: 1705 N. 36th St.
Quincy, IL 62305
Phone: (217) 223-8786 of Central Illinois

R.A.I.N. of Central Illinois

R.A.I.N. of Central Illinois is a No Kill organization whose mission is to eliminate the killing of adoptable animals. We will provide a no-kill shelter(when we have enough funds to build), spay/neuter services, medical, animal advocacy, cruelty/abuse investigations, disaster services and humane education.

Address: PO box 378
Danvers, IL. 61732
Phone: None Animals In Need (R.A.I.N.)

Recycling Animals In Need (R.A.I.N.)

Recycling Animals In Need (R.A.I.N.) is working to find new homes for unwanted and/or homeless dogs and cats. Founded in 2000, R.A.I.N. has placed thousands of dogs, cats, puppies and kittens in new, loving homes. Our animals come primarily from area shelters and are placed in foster care upon arrival in our group. There, the animals are brought up-to-date on all medical needs (spay/neuter, testing for infectious diseases, shots, worming, etc.).

Address: PO Box 810
Hinckley, IL 60520
Phone: (815) 286-3042 Door Animal Shelter

Red Door Animal Shelter

Red Door Animal Shelter is a no-kill shelter committed to helping animals in need. Its primary focus is on the rescue, shelter and adoption of cats, dogs and rabbits

Address: 2410 W. Lunt
Chicago, IL 60645
Phone: (773) 764-2242 Warriors

Rescue Warriors

Our mission at Rescue Warriors Corp is very simple. We are here to save one dog or one cat at a time until the need to euthanize healthy happy animals does not happen. We rescue from high kill shelters throughout the Midwest region of the United States. We rely solely on foster homes and private donations to care for our animals until they are adopted.

Address: PO Box 602
Elgin, IL 60120
Phone: None Each Animal for Caring Homes (REACH) Rescue

Rescuing Each Animal for Caring Homes (REACH) Rescue

REACH Rescue Inc. rescues dogs and cats that are stray, abandoned, relinquished, abused, neglected, or have run out of time at public shelters and scheduled to be euthanized as a result of overpopulation. REACH attempts at all times to bring animals and their people together.

Address: 1126 W. Maple Ave
Mundelein IL 60060
Phone: (847) 637-5661 Humane Society

Romeoville Humane Society

Romeoville Humane Society, Inc. is a no kill animal shelter dedicated to enriching the lives of animals in our community through dedicated rescue and adoption services. Romeoville Humane Society provides resources and information to the public about the proper care and training of pets, how to recognize and report animal cruelty, how to help prevent animal over-population, and will provide assistance with locating lost pets.

Address: PO Box 7052
Romeoville, IL 60446
Phone: (877) 813-7300 Adoption Center

Save-A-Pet Adoption Center

Save-A-Pet is one of the largest no-kill cat and dog rescues in Lake County that operates a full-time adoption center. We provide a safe haven for abused, neglected, injured, lost, or animals that have escaped euthanasia. We will never put a limit on the amount of care we will provide for an animal and we never give up on them.

Address: 31664 North Fairfield Road
Grayslake, IL 60030
Phone: (847) 740-7788 Francis CARE

St. Francis CARE

St. Francis CARE is a no-kill animal shelter and low cost spay/neuter clinic. Looking for the perfect companion? Stop by the shelter to meet all of our wonderful pets. We also offer a low-cost spay/neuter clinic to individuals who qualify as low income. We also seek to educate the community about the importance of spaying and neutering to prevent the overpopulation of unwanted animals.

Address: 6228 Country Club Road
Murphysboro, IL 62966
Phone: (618) 687-2079 Humane Society

TAILS Humane Society

TAILS cares for over 2,500 displaced pets each year. We accept pets from owners who can no longer keep them and from Good Samaritans who have found a homeless pet. We also work with animal control organizations and other animal welfare organizations, accepting pets from overcrowded shelters when our assistance is needed.

Address: 2250 Barber Greene Road
DeKalb, IL 60115
Phone: (815) 758-2457 of Hope

Tails of Hope

Tails of Hope is a no-kill animal rescue and adoption organization. Our mission is to help the elderly, chronically ill and terminally ill find new homes for their beloved pets. In addition, we are dedicated to ending the euthanasia of adoptable dogs and cats.

Address: 1628 Old Deerfield
Highland Park, IL 60035
Phone: (847) 557-9554

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