Torrey DeVitto makes house calls.
TV Doc spends time tending to sick animals in real life.
Chicago Med star, Torrey DeVitto, may play a physician on TV, but in real life, she spends plenty of time tending to sick animals. An impassioned animal welfare activist, Torrey has been involved with PAWS Chicago since 2016 when she first learned about and fell in love with our No Kill mission.
“I wanted to spend more time around animals and give back,” Torrey said. “I just love PAWS’ solutions-based approach and how many lives they are able to save.”
2019 has been a particularly busy year for Torrey at PAWS. She’s currently starring in a :60 television commercial promoting PAWS’ Lifeline program and airing throughout Chicagoland, helped promote an adoption event at Cinespace Chicago Film Studios, was a special guest at the 2019 PAWS Chicago Fur Ball and is on the cover of the upcoming issue of PAWS Chicago magazine.
While every hour she donates to PAWS helps save more lives, her support of the Lifeline Monthly Giving Program is particularly crucial. This program allows supporters to make regular monthly donations – and every dollar works hard to create a true No Kill Chicago. Just $15 per month ($0.50 per day) makes a real difference in the lives of homeless pets.
“Torrey is an impassioned animal lover and an incredible voice for homeless pets,” said PAWS Chicago Founder, Paula Fasseas. “By promoting our Lifeline program, she is making a huge difference in life-saving.”