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Pets & Animals

Felines Inc. working to raise $380,000

Felines Inc. working to raise $380,000 Chicago, Ill., July 26, 2011 – Felines Inc., a cageless, no-kill cat shelter is responding to the needs of the community and its animal residents by taking on a renovation and addition project to its current location. The renovation, scheduled to begin in September, will add an extra 3,500 square feet to the shelter located in Chicago’s Rogers Park neighborhood. The non-profit organization has raised funds by applying for grants, holding fundraising events and attending nearby neighborhood street fairs for the past several months, but is still in need of $380,000 to complete the renovation and cover normal operational fees.
Posted on August 04, 2011

Residents React to Participatory Budgeting Year 2

Posted on May 16, 2011

Rescuer: ‘You could hear the dogs crying and the ice cracking’

Rescuer: ‘You could hear the dogs crying and the ice cracking’ Chicago Breaking News: Shannon Nickerson worried as she watched two dogs playing on the ice along the Howard Beach shoreline. They were about 100 feet from shore, and Nickerson feared they could break through the ice and into frigid Lake Michigan any second. Sure enough, the brown pit bull mix and black-and-white Australian shepherd mix were heading back to the beach when they started barking. Read the entire article here
Posted on February 09, 2011

Canines and Cocktails II   Help support the creation of Paw-ttawattomie D.F.A. (Dog Friendly Area)!

Canines and Cocktails II   Help support the creation of Paw-ttawattomie D.F.A. (Dog Friendly Area)! The campaign has started and it's going to be a very busy month leading up to the election on April 10. In order to win, we need funds to help spread the word and get out the vote.
Posted on March 23, 2010

Dog Park Planning Meeting

Community representatives serving on the Participatory Budgeting Parks & Environment Committee invite you to a meeting to discuss plans and possible locations for an official dog park in the 49th Ward. The meeting will be held this Saturday, February 6th, 3:00 p.m., at The Glenwood, 6962 N. Glenwood Ave. Staff from from the Chicago Park District will be present to discuss the procedures involved in creating a dog park. This is only an information and planning meeting for a project proposal, which will be subject to a community vote in April alongside many other spending proposals.
Posted on February 05, 2010

Dine and Make a Difference @ Gruppo Di Amici

Dine at Gruppo di Amici on Tuesdays and they will donate 5% of your dinner tab to the featured animal shelter. Come out and support our furry friends!
Posted on January 11, 2010

Pooch Pride Parade

Rogers Park Business Alliance, in partnership with The Glenwood Bar presents Pooch Pride Parade Saturday, October 24th at 1 p.m. Festivities will take place on Glenwood Avenue between Morse Avenue and Lunt Avenue.
Posted on October 20, 2009

Help Red Door and Help an Animal

Red Door Animal Shelter is a no-kill shelter committed to helping animals in need. Its primary focus is on the rescue, shelter and adoption of cats, dogs and rabbits—the three most popular pets in the United States.
Posted on October 07, 2009 welcomes new blog - ‘Hidden in Plain Sight’ welcomes new blog - ‘Hidden in Plain Sight’ Pamela Van Giessen is an 18 year resident of Rogers Park who took to power walking with her rescue English Setter, Boomer, a few years ago. In the course of their walks, Pam and Boomer have come across many wonderful sights. They thought others might enjoy the extraordinary images they see around the neighborhood and beyond - the surprising things that make their daily walks around Rogers Park and Chicago a constant source of delight. Read her first installment, "Animal Spirits in Rogers Park", and find out what wild and not so wild animals are lurking where you'd least expect.
Posted on August 31, 2009

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