A true haven to hundreds of abused, neglected and homeless animals for more than ten decades, Chicago's well known Anti-Cruelty Society, is planning on a multimillion-dollar renovation project roughly estimated to cost about $8 million dollars. The Anti-Cruelty Society's low-cost spay and neuter clinic is one of busiest sterilization animal clinics in Chicago which is why this high dollar renovation is very much needed, due to the growth the clinic has experienced since its last renovation more than twenty years ago.
In 2012, the Anti-Cruelty Society's low-cost clinic spayed and neutered over 10,000 cats and dogs which clearly illustrates the increase in the number of pet parents that are becoming more aware of the importance of having their beloved pets sterilized. In addition to expanding the animal clinic, the shelter is also planning on improving the entire adoption experience by redesigning the animal intake area and making a new adoption counseling area.
This multimillion-dollar renovation is a blessing to everyone involved including the community, employees, volunteers and most importantly of all, the precious animals that are in need of homes, medical care and unconditional love. For more complete details about this exciting renovation and upcoming pet adoption events please visit the Anti-Cruelty Society located at 157 W. Grand Avenue in Chicago.