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  • Woodrow

    Bull Terrier Mix
    Age: 1 year old

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After being a foster-based organization for 10 years, the time has come to allow our tremendous hard work to go to the next level!  Save thousands of lives with us... please make a donation towards our buildout on GoFundMe!   

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New Arrivals

Dogs:Giorgio and Henna

Alum of the Week

Photoshoot, anyone?  Masik is not shy!  And he's quite the model!  Obviously, Masik is a recent adopt as he is still a kitten (DOB: ~17 Oct-18), but we could not pass up the opportunity to show how much he is Lovin' Life!  After all, it takes a very happy kitty to pose and be such a good little boy like this.  ;-) 

The Pit Stop


Legislation Update

NAVS / IFER Fellowship Recipient (Karen Samy) Developing Animal-Free Drug Testing Method.  Karen's project is aimed at developing a three-dimensional cell-based model to mimic the microenvironment of the intestine to perform drug permeability studies in hopes that pharmaceutical companies will use it.  "This would help LIMIT THE USE OF ANIMALS in early drug testing and improve the efficiency of the drug development process," Karen noted.  GO, Karen!  LLR is a fan!

S.1559 / HR.1258 - Pet And Women Safety (PAWS) Act.  No one should have to choose between leaving an abuser and protecting a beloved pet, yet far too many women are forced to make this very choice. 

The solution is the Pet And Women Safety (PAWS) Act.  This legislation would help protect women and their pets in two ways:  by setting a national policy that includes protections for pets of domestic violence victims and by establishing a federal grant program to assist in acquiring a safe shelter for pets. 

HB 4292 & HB 4297 - Help Require the Adoption of Animals Used in Research.  Two bills were introduced in the Illinois House, both entitled the Research Dogs and Cats Adoption Act, that would require institutions of higher education that receive public funding for scientific, educational, and research purposes to offer cats and dogs used in research to animal rescue organizations for adoption instead of euthanizing the animals.  The bills would also require facilities that conduct research in collaboration with institutions of higher education to work with animal rescue organizations to adopt out healthy animals after the research is complete.     

$5,000 Reward for Tips on Dog Fighting

The Chicago Police Department and The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) are partners in an animal fighting reward program which offers up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of any person involved in illegal dog fighting.

If you have information about illegal animal fighting, contact the Chicago Police Department at:

1-800-535-STOP (7867).