Fashion Outlets Adoption Event
The only thing better than a bargain is sharing it with a new best friend. PAWS is bringing adoptable dogs to the Fahion Outlets of Chicago mall in Rosemont. We’ll be stationed outside of Forever 21 on December 2, noon-3 p.m., so make sure to stop by—you might just find the perfect, furry fit.
Home for the Holidays Adoption Event
Make an appointment and join us on December 6, 5:30 - 8 p.m. for a one-night-only adoption event for pets in our innovative Help Me Heal program. Pets in this program can be fostered and PAWS covers all medical care and expenses. You'll also meet Foster-to-Adopt pets looking for homes with older kids and big backyards.
WHY ARE THEY DYING?
Too Many Born, Too Few Adopted
With so many pets born, too many are coming into shelters and too few are adopted. Become a foster parent and offer a homeless pet refuge until they find their adoptive family.
The No Kill Model - Solutions to End the Killing
The No Kill Model
Dig deeper into the Pillars of No Kill - Targeted Spay/Neuter, Adoptions, Animal Health & Well-Being, and Volunteers - and the foundation of Community Engagement in our No Kill section.
Targeted spay/neuter programs serving at-risk and under-resourced communities dramatically reduces the number of unwanted animals born and ultimately killed in shelters.
Proactive & Innovative Adoption
Saving more lives is about extending the visibility of homeless animals into communities where people live, work and play, encouraging people to think adoption first, and maybe fall in love.
Animal Health & Behavior
The goal is for each pet to not only survive but thrive! Through state-of-the-art Shelter Medicine and comprehensive Animal Behavior programs, we treat and rehabilitate both body and spirit.
Volunteers are the life-force of PAWS Chicago, touching every aspect of operations and providing the highest quality of care for our pets. Join our army and help us save more lives!
The foundation of everything we do - since our first adoption event in 1998 - is engaging the community in the cause of homeless pets. People cause the problem. People solve the problem!