The Animal Care League has a lot to celebrate. But this weekend, it will host the Annual Baby Shower to raise funds and supplies for what the organization says it has been doing for 40 years: saving lives.
It took just five days for the Animal Care League in Oak Park to find homes for a litter of pets. Fifteen dogs, four cats, and one bunny were part of the organization's most recent adoption project in collaboration with the Petco Foundation, the Tails Humane Society, and an animal adoption shelter in rural Oklahoma.
My name is London and I'm a world-class cat, looking for a world-class lap. I'll gladly trade my preference for the BBC for WGN (okay, maybe WTTW…) for a home of my own. I have a beautiful, soothing purr that ease even the most stressful day at work. I give hand licks and like to cuddle. I prefer human-company over cat- company, so I will need to be your one and only.
This full figured gal found her way to ACL when a citizen found her wandering the neighborhood and brought her in. Kerry has a calm and quiet personality. She takes a little time to adjust but when she does, she is extremely affectionate. She will roll around on the floor to encourage a full body petting to ensure you don't miss a spot.