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I'm being cared for by
South Suburban Humane Society

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair
Color
Orange or Red
Age
Senior
Sex
Male
Pet ID
49974301
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Shelter

South Suburban Humane Society

Contact info

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

SSHS requires: All adopters must be 18 years of age. Kittens under 6 months (April 1 - Oct 1) : $80 Kittens under 6 months (Oct 2 - March 31) : $155 Cats between 6 months and 6 years (April 1 - Oct 1) : $55 Cats between 6 months and 6 years (Oct 2 -March 31) : $80 Cats 6-10 years: $55 Cats 10+ years: $30 Mixed breed/large breed puppies under 6 months: $230 Pure bred/Small breed puppies under 6 months: $280 Pit bull/pit bull mixes over 6 months: $60 Dogs under 30 lbs 6 months - 6 years : $185 Dogs under 30 lbs 6 years - 10 years : $60 Dogs under 30 lbs 10+ years : $35 Dogs over 30 lbs 6 months - 6 years : $135 Dogs over 30 lbs 6+ years : $35 High profile pets under 6 years : $280 Your generous donation to the South Suburban Humane Society allows us to carry on our mission of helping those animals who need us most. Adoption donations include first shots, first worming, microchip, spay or neuter, complimentary vet visit with a partner vet clinic, a personalized name tag and a wonderful pet.
SSHS requires: All adopters must be 18 years of age. Kittens under 6 months (April 1 - Oct 1) : $80 Kittens under 6 months (Oct 2 - March 31) : $155 Cats between 6 months and 6 years (April 1 - Oct 1) : $55 Cats between 6 months and 6 years (Oct 2 -March 31) : $80 Cats 6-10 years: $55 Cats 10+ years: $30 Mixed breed/large breed puppies under 6 months: $230 Pure bred/Small breed puppies under 6 months: $280 Pit bull/pit bull mixes over 6 months: $60 Dogs under 30 lbs 6 months - 6 years : $185 Dogs under 30 lbs 6 years - 10 years : $60 Dogs under 30 lbs 10+ years : $35 Dogs over 30 lbs 6 months - 6 years : $135 Dogs over 30 lbs 6+ years : $35 High profile pets under 6 years : $280 Your generous donation to the South Suburban Humane Society allows us to carry on our mission of helping those animals who need us most. Adoption donations include first shots, first worming, microchip, spay or neuter, complimentary vet visit with a partner vet clinic, a personalized name tag and a wonderful pet.

Go meet their pets

Our animal shelter is at 21800 Central Ave Matteson, IL The shelter is open for adoptions: Monday: CLOSED Tuesday: CLOSED Wednesday: 12-5 pm Thursday: 12-5 pm Friday: 12-5 pm Saturday: 12-5 pm Sunday: 12-5 pm We also have adoptable cats at FIVE PetSmart locations! PetSmart Tinley Park, PetSmart Orland Hills, PetSmart Matteson, PetSmart Crestwood and the PetSmart in Evergreen Park are all key adoption partners where many of our adoptable kittens and cats are housed until they find their forever homes.
Our animal shelter is at 21800 Central Ave Matteson, IL The shelter is open for adoptions: Monday: CLOSED Tuesday: CLOSED Wednesday: 12-5 pm Thursday: 12-5 pm Friday: 12-5 pm Saturday: 12-5 pm Sunday: 12-5 pm We also have adoptable cats at FIVE PetSmart locations! PetSmart Tinley Park, PetSmart Orland Hills, PetSmart Matteson, PetSmart Crestwood and the PetSmart in Evergreen Park are all key adoption partners where many of our adoptable kittens and cats are housed until they find their forever homes.

More about this shelter

The South Suburban Humane Society is a 501(c )(3) organization that was started in 1970, serving the animal welfare needs of the entire south suburbs of Chicago. In the beginning, we handled all rescues, adoptions and provided foster care out of private homes. Since November 1973, our organization has been operating a 10,000 square foot open-door animal shelter in Chicago Heights, Illinois. For forty years, our organization has helped tens of thousands of animals. We offer extensive outreach programs including humane education, and community outreach events. We also operate a resale shop located in Steger, Illinois that promotes our organization, our animals and provide much needed income to support our humane work. The Mission of the South Suburban Humane Society is to protect and promote the well being of pets and their people in our community and beyond.
The South Suburban Humane Society is a 501(c )(3) organization that was started in 1970, serving the animal welfare needs of the entire south suburbs of Chicago. In the beginning, we handled all rescues, adoptions and provided foster care out of private homes. Since November 1973, our organization has been operating a 10,000 square foot open-door animal shelter in Chicago Heights, Illinois. For forty years, our organization has helped tens of thousands of animals. We offer extensive outreach programs including humane education, and community outreach events. We also operate a resale shop located in Steger, Illinois that promotes our organization, our animals and provide much needed income to support our humane work. The Mission of the South Suburban Humane Society is to protect and promote the well being of pets and their people in our community and beyond.