Looking for Love: The Anti-Cruelty Society cat and dog of the week

Looking for Love: The Anti-Cruelty Society cat and dog of the week

Chelsea (Guinness Scholarship recipient, so her adoption fee is waived)
8-year-old lab/pit bull mix
What a gem! Chelsea is quite the catch: gentle, friendly, snuggly and sweet - this gal has it all. She's comfortable with dogs and mellow cats, she loves a good belly rub, and she's a dream on leash. Social with people, but not clingy - Chelsea likes to sniff around when she's not lying down relaxing. Chelsea can whine when worried, but it's not constant or overwhelming. Though she's technically an 'older gal' she still has plenty of spunk and likes to zoom around when encouraged. She tries to play with every dog she sees. Chelsea is a lovely pet.

Mimi
4-year-old domestic shorthair
MiMi is a gorgeous girl who came to the shelter when her owner was moving and couldn't take her along. MiMi is fun, friendly andmimi loaded with personality - she is playful, curious and loves to bat fun kitty toys around! MiMi does have some scarring to her left eye which has left her somewhat vision-impaired, but it certainly doesn't slow this girl down or stop her from finding you for affection and tasty treats! Stop by to meet her and we think that you will be as charmed by her as we are!
The Anti-Cruelty Society is located at 510 N LaSalle, Chicago, IL 60654.

Adoption Hours: Mon.-Fri. 12pm - 7pm & Sat.-Sun. 12pm - 5pm

Visit www.anticruelty.org/adoptioninfo/ for adoption information.

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    Tatiana grew up with dogs, cats, hamsters, parrots, rabbits, guinea pigs, and an iguana… just to name a few pets. She began her professional career with animals in 1995 at Brookfield Zoo. Tatiana has studied wild dolphins in Australia and rescued wildlife in Florida, but she always says that people are truly at the heart of her work. The welfare of people and animals is connected through a shared environment and the same traits of empathy and compassion that make someone a good pet owner also simply make people better neighbors and citizens. If it walks, hops, or slithers, Tatiana cares about it. She currently oversees the Humane Education programs at The Anti-Cruelty Society, hosts "Chicago Tails" on Watch312.com, and is a Guest Blogger for Tails Inc.

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