If you are interested in meeting Nessie please visit the Anti-Cruelty Society Adoption Gallery at the following link for up to the second availability and location information: http://anticruelty.org/adopt-a-new-companion/adopt-a-cat/. Based on age and location our cat adoption fees range from $60-$85 and dog adoptions fees are $95-$170. (There is an additional fee when adopting at Lambs Farm to cover their expenses.) Each adoption fee includes a complete veterinary exam, vaccinations, a heartworm test for dogs, feline leukemia test for cats, spaying or neutering, lifetime ID tag, 24PetWatch microchip, dog leash or cat carrier and a free 1 month trial of pet insurance through our partner Shelter Care. For more information on adoption visit the following link: http://anticruelty.org/adopt-a-new-companion/adoption-information/
The Anti-Cruelty Society is pleased to partner with PetSmart stores throughout the community to offer additional adoption sites for our available cats. The PetSmart partnership has been key source in helping us find permanent homes for many cats over the years. The process and guidelines for adopting a pet at this location are the same as adopting at our adoption center at 510 N. LaSalle though adoption fees may vary.
PetSmart Brickyard: 6655 W Grand Ave Chicago, IL 60607 (773) 836-7578
PetSmart Evanston: 2221 Oakton St Evanston, IL 60202 (847) 328-1814
PetSmart Six Corners: 4640 W Irving Park Rd Chicago, IL 60641 (773) 272-9119
PetSmart Skokie: 5485 W Touhy Ave Skokie, IL 60077 (847) 674-4654
PetSmart South Lincoln Park: 1415 N. Kingsbury St. Chicago, Illinois 60642 (312) 279-2026
PetSmart Wrigleyville: 3740 N. Halstead St. Chicago, Illinois 60613 (773) 289-5358
Everyday Adoption Center PetSmart South Loop: 1101 S Canal St. Chicago, Illinois 60607 (312) 588-0138
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