Posts tagged "no kill shelter"

Tree House Humane Society Groundbreaking

Here it is - today, images and plans are real. A year from now, a new building....a facility to offer the latest of what we know about keeping cats healthy and happy, and therefore more adoptable. There will be no shelter like it
Tree House Humane Society, a no kill cat shelter on Chicago’s north side, has a long history of being the first. And a new history is about to begin. June 2 marked the ground breaking and construction start at the new location, 7225 N. Western Avenue in West Rogers Park. Here highlights from this great event, a game-changer... Read more »

SPCA Puerto Vallarta Three Senoritas

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SPCA Puerto Vallarta saves animals who might otherwise not find a home. Janice Chatterton founded the organization and the no kill Sanctuary. Here, Janice tells the story of the three adorable senoritas. Keep an eye on this organization, as they are doing amazing things. Most of their adoptions are to families in the U.S. and... Read more »

Jackson Galaxy at Black Cat Ball, Benefits Tree House Humane

Jackson Galaxy at Black Cat Ball, Benefits Tree House Humane
With Bill Moller of WGN Radio, I am co-hosting the Tree House Humane Society Black Cat Ball. The Special Guest Speaker is Jackson Galaxy of “My Cat From Hell” on Animal Planet. The Black Cat Ball is Thursday, October 18 at Nacional 27, 325 West Huron Street at 6:30 p.m. Support cats, support this Chicago... Read more »

Harmony House, A New House for Cats

Harmony House for cats, 2914 N Elston Avenue, opened at this new facility on July of Chicago's lesser known shining lights. This new bright facility, housing 130 cats and kittens, is astounding. Even if you're not in the market for adopting - just a cat's a great way to spend a few hours.
Cageless and no kill, Harmony House for Cats has an all-new location, 2914 N. Elston Aveue. This Net-Zero Energy facility means that the amount of energy provided by on-site renewable energy sources over the course of one year is equal or greater than the amount of energy used by the building. Anyway, join me –... Read more »

Strut for Tree House Humane Society

Strut for Tree House Humane Society
The Tree House Humane Society 7th Annual Stray Cat Strut is Saturday June 2, 10 a.m., starting at the city’s oldest and largest cageless no kill all cat shelter, 1212. W. Carmen Avenue. A 5K Walkathon begins at the shelter and then heads to the lakefront to raise awareness about the plight of community cats,... Read more »

Tree House Humane Society Celebrates 40 Years

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….

Lights of Love at Tree House Humane Society

The Lights of Love isn’t only a Tree House Humane Society tradition, it’s a community tradition in Uptown. On December 11, the Tree House Humane Society opens it’s doors for the event culminating with the lighting of over 40,000 Italian lights. It’s beautiful, not only looking spectacular but it’s what each candles signifies, which is... Read more »

Tree House Humane Cruise for Cats

It may be the world’s only cruise for cats, from Mercury Chicago’s Skyline Cruiseline, this was  a benefit for Tree House Humane Society - Puss ‘n Boats (on May 16). The Chicago Architecture Foundation donated a docent for narration, and he was so incredibly interesting. This isn’t my typical kind of post – but I... Read more »