Animal Rescue Foundation, otherwise referred to as ARF-IL amongst their previous adopters and fans, are busy, busy, busy! They have scheduled two prime adoption events both the week before and the week after Easter.
Initially they will be hosting an adoption event this Saturday, March 23rd from 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. for doggies and until 2:00 p.m. for kitties. The event will be held at PetSmart located at 63 Rice Lake Square in Wheaton, Illinois.
Of course this great group of volunteers plans to take the weekend off for the Easter holiday. They will celebrate in style with their human family, their animal family and their foster families; giving thanks for the opportunity to do great work in the animal world!
The following weekend, they will be at it again. They will be returning to PetSmart in Wheaton for another great adoption event. The hours will remain at 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. for canines and until 2:00 p.m. for kitties.
As of today, ARF-IL has 32 dogs and/or puppies and 27 cats and/or kittens. Since this progressive group of individuals is always on the lookout to rescue more domesticated animals, they will most likely be getting more animals in any day now.
Animal Rescue Foundation, Illinois, is a completely volunteer only animal rescue. They are also not-for-profit and 501 (c)(3) meaning that they are completely on their own; do not receive any government funding. When they receive donations, many times it does not only benefit the organization and allow them to help more animals, the donations prove to be tax deductible for the one donating.
Their entire goal is to place homeless animals in loving, forever homes. They even accept animals that other shelters and rescues reject; animals that may be euthanized due to special needs. ARF-IL will not allow the animals to be put in danger. In fact, many times, they place these animals, too.
You may wonder how you would be able to pick out the ARF volunteers when you attend an adoption event. Once you meet them, it will be obvious why you can pick them out of the crowd.
Of course the royal purple shirts do not hurt, but the real detection technique is the volunteers’ kind and loving nature. They are helpful, sincere and efficient. If you pose a question to one of these dedicated individuals, you will receive the best care possible.
So if you are in the market for a new pet, mark your calendar for these up-and-coming events. ARF hopes to see you there!