The Friends of Chicago Animal Care and Control is an animal rescue organization dedicated to taking in thousands of unwanted animals every year from citizens, bringing in stray animals from the streets, and providing care for evidence animals in court cases. Some of the ways that they help companion animals in the area include:
- Providing food, medical care, and adoption opportunities for ACC animals in their foster program
- Telling people about 2741 S. Western as a great place to adopt
- Educating people about the proper care of their animals
- Advocating humane treatment of all animals
- Gifting the city shelter with resources the city budget doesn’t cover
Interested parties can also help out in saving as many furry friends from harm as possible. People can take in a dog for foster care and provide its needs until a new home is found for the tail-wagging friend, help out at adoption events, as well as help out in social, education, and fundraising events hosted by the organization.
They can be contacted through mail at P.O. Box 4414, Chicago, IL 60680. They can also be reached through phone at 773-743-9000. For inquires, contact the following people through email:
- General Information: Charlie Propsom
- Foster Program and Adoptions: Kathleen “Kat” Budrean
- Donations: Katharine Booton Wilson
- Associate Board Volunteer Opportunities: Alicia Obando
For more information, please visit http://fcacc.org.
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