The Wright-Way Rescue Animal Shelter is a non-profit welfare group for pets that seeks to reduce the number of homeless adoptable pets euthanized in the Midwest each year through an adoption program, community education, promotion of spaying and neutering, and a shelter medicine outreach program.
Apart from giving new homes to abused and/or abandoned pets, the group also provides services including humane education, mobile cat adoptions, various fundraisers, and community events throughout the year.
As a charitable institution, the group relies on the help of volunteers to achieve their goals. Interested parties who wish to dedicate their time for the benefit of dogs in need can volunteer at the Adoption Center and the Murphysboro Admissions & Care Center to provide medical, nutritional, and emotional care to the pets there. Meanwhile, junior volunteers are invited to provide facility care, participate in special projects, and get to know the organization from the ground up.
Members of the community can also help by donating items such as quality canned food for dogs and cats, Nylabones, Kongs, dog bones, training treats, rawhide, bath towels, plastic carriers, and more.
Interested parties can also donate financially via PayPal.
The group can be found in two locations:
- Northern Illinois Location
Wright-Way Rescue North Shore Humane Center for Adoption, Wellness, and Community Education
5915 Lincoln Avenue, Morton Grove, IL 60053,South of Dempster Street in Morton Grove
Phone: (847) 728-5434
- Southern Illinois Location
Wright-Way Rescue Admissions & Care Center
8459 Old Highway 13, Murphysboro, IL 62966
Phone: (618) 208-1509
For more information about this group, please visit their website at http://wright-wayrescue.org.