So many screams and barks from the 8th Annual Tricks and Treats Halloween party, presented by Barker & Meowsky: A Paw Firm, at the Bridgeview Bank, Armitage Ave. at Halsted St. Having a howl of a good time were many dressed up dogs (though only three could win the Halloween costume contest), and dressed up... Read more »
Did you see this video – a dog on the football (soccer) field. And a smart dog, at that!
The Halloween Fundraser for agility instructor Stacey Hawk was held October 29 at the House of Blues. Hawk, who helped to create dog parks (known as Dog Friendly Areas) in Chicago, requires a sensitive surgery to remove and test for a mass behind her eye which her insurance refused to for, so friends and students... Read more »
Judy Baar Topinka’s Comptroller’s Critters hosted an Adopt A Pet Day event with dogs and cats from the Anti Cruelty Society, Friday, October 28 at the James R. Thompson Plaza, State of Illinois Center.
Tree House Humane Society is proud to announce Catnip Tea & Sage Advice, and all invited. Renown cat book author and cat behavior consultant Pam Johnson-Bennett comes to Chicago, Friday November 4 for a book signing at the Tree House Humane Society, Bucktown Branch (1629 N. Ashland Ave), 6 to 8 p.m. Johnson-Bennett signs copies... Read more »
On Sunday, October 30th, there will be fun filled screams and barking for the 8th annual Tricks and Treats Halloween party, from Barker & Meowsky: A Paw Firm, at the Bridgeview Bank on Armitage Avenue and Halsted Street. Dress up your pups and kids, for a howling good time at THE spooktacular event of the... Read more »
Pet lover and State of Illinois Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka is hosting a pet adoption party for the Anti Cruelty Society of Chicago, and her Comptroller’s Critters program. The event is at the State of Illinois James R. Thompson Plaza (100 W. Randolph Street), Friday, October 28 from noon to 3 p..m. Lots of animal... Read more »
Jack the cat has miraculously emerged alive, but not so well. He’s currently in critical condition with a 50/50 chance of survival. The saga began on August 25 when Jack, a Norwegian Forest Cat, was was lost somewhere at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York City. Karen Pascoe was flying from New York to... Read more »
The Tree House Humane Society celebrated 40 years at the Black Cat Ball, October 21 at the Red Canary. It was quite the cat party!
The Tree House Humane Society is celebrating 40 years. Here’s a video retrospective about this legendary and innovative Chicago cat-only shelter, with a surprise special announcement….