For the past seven months, dogs and cats that have landed at North Chicago’s Animal Care and Control have been getting second chances at finding a family. During that time, none of the animals that have come in have been euthanized for space – instead they’ve been connected with various rescues.
Now, North Chicago needs our help to keep that streak alive. Since the start of the year, over 30 animals have come in. NCACC has just eight kennels and the cat kennels are also in the dog area. The influx of souls is making timing critical for many of the animals that come into animal control.
Although North Chicago usually gets a mix of strays, there has been an influx of Pit bulls and pit bull mixes lately. More are expected in this week. There is also a black cat and four rabbits that have come in recently. If you’re a rescue, please contact North Chicago Animal Care and Control to save these lives.
If you belong to a rescue able to help, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call Dana at 847-894-9796.
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