Animal Welfare League (62nd and Wabash) is an open-door facility mere minutes away from Hyde Park. The facility is unable to do adoptions, so all animals brought there need to be "pulled" by a rescue (or be eventually euthanized). Our visits to AWL work directly to help cats get "pulled" by socializing and grooming them. You can hug the cats, pet the cats, brush the cats, play with the cats, kiss the cats, love the cats. This will be the only time the cats spend out of their cage during that day (and perhaps longer).
WISH LIST: The shelter always needs clean towels (used!), newspaper, dish detergent and of course cat/dog food of any type. Our drop-off for donations is at Parker's, a Natural Dog Cat Market on 55th St.
Thanks to Leslie S., our AWL Coordinator, for making these trips possible.