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What to Know About Fostering an Animal

What to Know About Fostering an Animal

It’s no secret that we’ve got a serious case of animal overpopulation in this country. And though more people are starting to..

November 30, 2018 with 0 Comments
Rescue Transport: How Animals from the South End Up in Chicago

Rescue Transport: How Animals from the South End Up in Chicago

Every other Saturday morning, in rain, snow, or sun, volunteers of Starfish Animal Rescue gather at a warehouse space in Batavia, Illinois,..

October 1, 2018 with 0 Comments
A Twist in the Tale: When Will You Take Me Home?

A Twist in the Tale: When Will You Take Me Home?

By Jenny Kalahar So many pets wait and wait for good new homes. Please take a moment from your day to read this and to consider if you have..

June 25, 2018 with 0 Comments
Turning Skills into Service

Turning Skills into Service

You may think that volunteering at an animal shelter means scooping litter boxes and walking dogs. While those tasks are definitely needed,..

February 4, 2014 with 0 Comments
Falling For Gracie

Falling For Gracie

By Tatiana Garrett Animal shelters deal with hundreds, and often thousands, of animals each year, with some urban animal agencies seeing..

August 27, 2013 with 0 Comments
King of his Castle

King of his Castle

TV Star Seamus Dever advocates for animal rescue By Dustin Fitzharris On ABC’s Castle, Seamus Dever plays the charming and quirky NYPD..

February 5, 2013 with 8 Comments
Get Ready to Adopt

Get Ready to Adopt

Establish your adoption plan before you visit a shelter By Darlene Duggan Adopting a pet is a momentous decision—one that no doubt..

February 5, 2013 with 2 Comments
Chicago: Paramount Theatre Teams Up with Animal Shelter

Chicago: Paramount Theatre Teams Up with Animal Shelter

By Kari Remkus The Paramount Theatre in Aurora, Illinois is running a production of Annie—directed by Rachel Rockwell—from November..

December 6, 2012 with 0 Comments
The Shelter Voice: How to Cope

The Shelter Voice: How to Cope

Compassion Fatigue – What it is and How to Deal with It By Darlene Duggan Occupational hazards abound in even the most benign work..

October 15, 2012 with 0 Comments
A Rescue Story in 23 Images

A Rescue Story in 23 Images

A photographic look at the journey of a blind puppy dumped in the trash who is rescued and finds a loving forever home. Thank you..

October 9, 2012 with 4 Comments
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