A 215-1st Street, P.O. Box 200, Colona, IL 61241 shelter helping to find loving homes for dogs, cats.
This shelter hasn't posted any pets that match these criteria.
We serve the City of Colona, but we would be happy to find you a new best friend wherever you live!!
Hi. My name is Suzanne Bogart. I am the Interim Chief of Police for the Colona Police Department. I enjoy assisting with our Shelter and am dedicated to the welfare of our animals and homeless pets. Our Animal Control Officer, Roger Reed, and our Administrative Secretary, Laura LaMantia, are also working hard to find homes for the many wonderful animals that come to our shelter.
Regretfully, due to a lack of space and funding, our agency has been forced to euthanize when the shelter becomes too full. It is a heartbreaking experience when we must choose to euthanize one of our four-legged friends due to a lack of space, manpower, and funding, but we are always searching for ways in which to save each and every one of them no matter how long it takes. Until then, we will work to continue adopting out as many of these wonderful creatures as possible.
If you are looking for a dog or cat, I hope you will consider checking our shelter. We might just have your "new best friend" housed there.
We have a small shelter in the City of Colona not far from the Police Department. We house both cats and dogs. If you would like to contact me for information, or to make an appointment to see a dog or cat, please call the number listed (309-792-1511) or 309-792-0626. I am located at the Colona Police Department. If I am unavailable, you can ask for Administrative Assistant Laura LaMantia. If Laura cannot answer your questions, she will ensure that your questions are forwarded to me or our Animal Control Officer, Roger Reed, and one of us will return your call as soon as possible. You can also email me at the Shelter e-mail address listed.