Candace De Long
PAWS Chicago is dedicated to building No Kill communities – starting with a No Kill Chicago – where all healthy and treatable pets are saved. Since PAWS Chicago’s founding in 1997, the number of homeless animals euthanized per year in Chicago has dropped more than 80 percent. In 2018, PAWS Chicago found loving homes for more than 5,500 homeless pets. But there is more work to be done and your generosity is crucial to this effort.
Please consider supporting me by making a donation and helping PAWS Chicago provide vital medical care, food and shelter to thousands of homeless pets this year. PAWS receives no government funding and relies solely on people like you to help provide continued care for Chicago's homeless animals. PAWS is expanding their medical center right now to be able to take care of up to 90 dogs that need to be quarantined for contagious illnesses.
Your support will allow us to build a truly humane and compassionate community, one pet at a time. Please consider donating to my cause. I was able to see first hand what amazing things this organization is doing on our last trip to Chicago. They truly have changed the landscape of rescue organizations in the Chicago area. But their reach goes beyond just Chicago. They continually take dogs and cats from shelters and rescues in about a dozen other states including Oklahoma and the south.
I have my own rescue dog story. Our 4 year old lab mix was rescued from the streets of Tulsa by a local rescue. We have had her in our lives for 3 1/2 years and can't imagine life without her.
If you are feeling extra generous, please consider sharing my page with your network or check with your employer if they will match your donation to make the most out of your generosity.
Thank you for your support!