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PIERRE

Domestic Shorthair

Male, 2 yrs 11 mos
Decatur, IL
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Macon County Animal Control and Care Center is open and running operations as normal. While social distancing is still recommended in the smaller rooms, masks are no long required in our facility.Adoptions:We are open for walk-ins Monday - Friday noon to 5pm and Saturday noon to 4pm. Adoptable pets can be viewed online at www.24petconnect.com or www.dmcasf.org/pets-available-for-adoption. Please come prepared with a leash/collar, cat carrier, etc to make the adoption process a little smoother. The shelter provides a sample bag of Hill`s Science Diet pet food thanks to their shelter program. You are welcome to visit the shelter any time during normal business hours, but if you would like to visit with an animal one on one, we ask that you already have an approved application on file. You can find the application at dmcasf.org/adoption-application. Please allow staff 48-72 hours to reach out about your application status. Applications stay on file for 60 days.Missing Pet:If your family is missing a pet, please visit www.24petconnect.com to view the impounded animal`s descriptions and photos to confirm if your pet is at the shelter. If you see your pet, please call us at 217-425-4508, you may need to leave a voice mail due to limited staff. We encourage everyone to check the shelter in person if you are missing an animal. You can visit any time during regular business hours to check for your missing loved one. Field Services: If you feel you have an animal control-related issue that needs to be addressed, please call 217-425-4508 Ext. 4 Mon-Fri from 8a-5p Wardens are not in office afterhours and on the weekends. To reach a county dispatcher for an animal related emergency, please call 217-424-1311.Found a pet:Call us at 217-425-4508 to report a found pet and seek assistance in locating a possible owner.Contact Info:1. Business Hours Phone Number: (217) 425-4508a. Mon-Fri 8a-5p2. After Hours Phone Number: (217) 424-1311a. Mon-Fri 5p-8ab. All day/night Saturday & Sunday
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NICO

Domestic Shorthair

Male, 2 mos
Decatur, IL
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Macon County Animal Control and Care Center is open and running operations as normal. While social distancing is still recommended in the smaller rooms, masks are no long required in our facility.Adoptions:We are open for walk-ins Monday - Friday noon to 5pm and Saturday noon to 4pm. Adoptable pets can be viewed online at www.24petconnect.com or www.dmcasf.org/pets-available-for-adoption. Please come prepared with a leash/collar, cat carrier, etc to make the adoption process a little smoother. The shelter provides a sample bag of Hill`s Science Diet pet food thanks to their shelter program. You are welcome to visit the shelter any time during normal business hours, but if you would like to visit with an animal one on one, we ask that you already have an approved application on file. You can find the application at dmcasf.org/adoption-application. Please allow staff 48-72 hours to reach out about your application status. Applications stay on file for 60 days.Missing Pet:If your family is missing a pet, please visit www.24petconnect.com to view the impounded animal`s descriptions and photos to confirm if your pet is at the shelter. If you see your pet, please call us at 217-425-4508, you may need to leave a voice mail due to limited staff. We encourage everyone to check the shelter in person if you are missing an animal. You can visit any time during regular business hours to check for your missing loved one. Field Services: If you feel you have an animal control-related issue that needs to be addressed, please call 217-425-4508 Ext. 4 Mon-Fri from 8a-5p Wardens are not in office afterhours and on the weekends. To reach a county dispatcher for an animal related emergency, please call 217-424-1311.Found a pet:Call us at 217-425-4508 to report a found pet and seek assistance in locating a possible owner.Contact Info:1. Business Hours Phone Number: (217) 425-4508a. Mon-Fri 8a-5p2. After Hours Phone Number: (217) 424-1311a. Mon-Fri 5p-8ab. All day/night Saturday & Sunday
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MARLIN

Domestic Shorthair

Male, 2 mos
Decatur, IL
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Macon County Animal Control and Care Center is open and running operations as normal. While social distancing is still recommended in the smaller rooms, masks are no long required in our facility.Adoptions:We are open for walk-ins Monday - Friday noon to 5pm and Saturday noon to 4pm. Adoptable pets can be viewed online at www.24petconnect.com or www.dmcasf.org/pets-available-for-adoption. Please come prepared with a leash/collar, cat carrier, etc to make the adoption process a little smoother. The shelter provides a sample bag of Hill`s Science Diet pet food thanks to their shelter program. You are welcome to visit the shelter any time during normal business hours, but if you would like to visit with an animal one on one, we ask that you already have an approved application on file. You can find the application at dmcasf.org/adoption-application. Please allow staff 48-72 hours to reach out about your application status. Applications stay on file for 60 days.Missing Pet:If your family is missing a pet, please visit www.24petconnect.com to view the impounded animal`s descriptions and photos to confirm if your pet is at the shelter. If you see your pet, please call us at 217-425-4508, you may need to leave a voice mail due to limited staff. We encourage everyone to check the shelter in person if you are missing an animal. You can visit any time during regular business hours to check for your missing loved one. Field Services: If you feel you have an animal control-related issue that needs to be addressed, please call 217-425-4508 Ext. 4 Mon-Fri from 8a-5p Wardens are not in office afterhours and on the weekends. To reach a county dispatcher for an animal related emergency, please call 217-424-1311.Found a pet:Call us at 217-425-4508 to report a found pet and seek assistance in locating a possible owner.Contact Info:1. Business Hours Phone Number: (217) 425-4508a. Mon-Fri 8a-5p2. After Hours Phone Number: (217) 424-1311a. Mon-Fri 5p-8ab. All day/night Saturday & Sunday
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NEMO

Domestic Shorthair

Male, 2 mos
Decatur, IL
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Macon County Animal Control and Care Center is open and running operations as normal. While social distancing is still recommended in the smaller rooms, masks are no long required in our facility.Adoptions:We are open for walk-ins Monday - Friday noon to 5pm and Saturday noon to 4pm. Adoptable pets can be viewed online at www.24petconnect.com or www.dmcasf.org/pets-available-for-adoption. Please come prepared with a leash/collar, cat carrier, etc to make the adoption process a little smoother. The shelter provides a sample bag of Hill`s Science Diet pet food thanks to their shelter program. You are welcome to visit the shelter any time during normal business hours, but if you would like to visit with an animal one on one, we ask that you already have an approved application on file. You can find the application at dmcasf.org/adoption-application. Please allow staff 48-72 hours to reach out about your application status. Applications stay on file for 60 days.Missing Pet:If your family is missing a pet, please visit www.24petconnect.com to view the impounded animal`s descriptions and photos to confirm if your pet is at the shelter. If you see your pet, please call us at 217-425-4508, you may need to leave a voice mail due to limited staff. We encourage everyone to check the shelter in person if you are missing an animal. You can visit any time during regular business hours to check for your missing loved one. Field Services: If you feel you have an animal control-related issue that needs to be addressed, please call 217-425-4508 Ext. 4 Mon-Fri from 8a-5p Wardens are not in office afterhours and on the weekends. To reach a county dispatcher for an animal related emergency, please call 217-424-1311.Found a pet:Call us at 217-425-4508 to report a found pet and seek assistance in locating a possible owner.Contact Info:1. Business Hours Phone Number: (217) 425-4508a. Mon-Fri 8a-5p2. After Hours Phone Number: (217) 424-1311a. Mon-Fri 5p-8ab. All day/night Saturday & Sunday
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HAWKE

Domestic Shorthair

Male, 2 mos
Decatur, IL
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Macon County Animal Control and Care Center is open and running operations as normal. While social distancing is still recommended in the smaller rooms, masks are no long required in our facility.Adoptions:We are open for walk-ins Monday - Friday noon to 5pm and Saturday noon to 4pm. Adoptable pets can be viewed online at www.24petconnect.com or www.dmcasf.org/pets-available-for-adoption. Please come prepared with a leash/collar, cat carrier, etc to make the adoption process a little smoother. The shelter provides a sample bag of Hill`s Science Diet pet food thanks to their shelter program. You are welcome to visit the shelter any time during normal business hours, but if you would like to visit with an animal one on one, we ask that you already have an approved application on file. You can find the application at dmcasf.org/adoption-application. Please allow staff 48-72 hours to reach out about your application status. Applications stay on file for 60 days.Missing Pet:If your family is missing a pet, please visit www.24petconnect.com to view the impounded animal`s descriptions and photos to confirm if your pet is at the shelter. If you see your pet, please call us at 217-425-4508, you may need to leave a voice mail due to limited staff. We encourage everyone to check the shelter in person if you are missing an animal. You can visit any time during regular business hours to check for your missing loved one. Field Services: If you feel you have an animal control-related issue that needs to be addressed, please call 217-425-4508 Ext. 4 Mon-Fri from 8a-5p Wardens are not in office afterhours and on the weekends. To reach a county dispatcher for an animal related emergency, please call 217-424-1311.Found a pet:Call us at 217-425-4508 to report a found pet and seek assistance in locating a possible owner.Contact Info:1. Business Hours Phone Number: (217) 425-4508a. Mon-Fri 8a-5p2. After Hours Phone Number: (217) 424-1311a. Mon-Fri 5p-8ab. All day/night Saturday & Sunday
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HAWTHORNE

Domestic Shorthair

Male, 2 mos
Decatur, IL
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Macon County Animal Control and Care Center is open and running operations as normal. While social distancing is still recommended in the smaller rooms, masks are no long required in our facility.Adoptions:We are open for walk-ins Monday - Friday noon to 5pm and Saturday noon to 4pm. Adoptable pets can be viewed online at www.24petconnect.com or www.dmcasf.org/pets-available-for-adoption. Please come prepared with a leash/collar, cat carrier, etc to make the adoption process a little smoother. The shelter provides a sample bag of Hill`s Science Diet pet food thanks to their shelter program. You are welcome to visit the shelter any time during normal business hours, but if you would like to visit with an animal one on one, we ask that you already have an approved application on file. You can find the application at dmcasf.org/adoption-application. Please allow staff 48-72 hours to reach out about your application status. Applications stay on file for 60 days.Missing Pet:If your family is missing a pet, please visit www.24petconnect.com to view the impounded animal`s descriptions and photos to confirm if your pet is at the shelter. If you see your pet, please call us at 217-425-4508, you may need to leave a voice mail due to limited staff. We encourage everyone to check the shelter in person if you are missing an animal. You can visit any time during regular business hours to check for your missing loved one. Field Services: If you feel you have an animal control-related issue that needs to be addressed, please call 217-425-4508 Ext. 4 Mon-Fri from 8a-5p Wardens are not in office afterhours and on the weekends. To reach a county dispatcher for an animal related emergency, please call 217-424-1311.Found a pet:Call us at 217-425-4508 to report a found pet and seek assistance in locating a possible owner.Contact Info:1. Business Hours Phone Number: (217) 425-4508a. Mon-Fri 8a-5p2. After Hours Phone Number: (217) 424-1311a. Mon-Fri 5p-8ab. All day/night Saturday & Sunday

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Macon County Animal Control and Care Center

2820 East Parkway Drive, Decatur, IL 62526

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Macon County Animal Control and Care Center

2820 East Parkway Drive, Decatur, IL 62526

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7.6 miles

Macon County Animal Control and Care Center

2820 East Parkway Drive, Decatur, IL 62526

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7.6 miles

Macon County Animal Control and Care Center

2820 East Parkway Drive, Decatur, IL 62526

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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7.6 miles

Macon County Animal Control and Care Center

2820 East Parkway Drive, Decatur, IL 62526

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Shelter

7.6 miles

Macon County Animal Control and Care Center

2820 East Parkway Drive, Decatur, IL 62526

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Shelter

7.6 miles

Macon County Animal Control and Care Center

2820 East Parkway Drive, Decatur, IL 62526

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Shelter

7.6 miles

Macon County Animal Control and Care Center

2820 East Parkway Drive, Decatur, IL 62526

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Shelter

7.6 miles

Macon County Animal Control and Care Center

2820 East Parkway Drive, Decatur, IL 62526

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Shelter

7.6 miles

Macon County Animal Control and Care Center

2820 East Parkway Drive, Decatur, IL 62526

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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