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"Saving the life of one animal may not change the world,
but the world will surely change for that one animal"
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IMAG2194Do you love animals but cannot adopt another pet at this time?  Are you looking for a way to make a bigger impact in helping homeless animal’s lives? 

Illinois Animal Rescue is a coalition of rescuers, transporters, fosters, vets, investigators, humane society and shelters that advocate for animals and work tirelessly for a common goal: to eliminate the needless deaths and inhumane treat of animals in the State of Illinois. 

In 2012, Illinois Animal Rescue provided preventative and medical care, transport, and temporary homes to just over 7,000 animals and we’d like to save even more in 2013.  We are in need of kind-hearted animal lovers that will help us with our life saving mission.

Please consider a monthly donation to Illinois Animal Rescue.  Because we are a volunteer-based, not for profit, non-kill 501c3 organization, you can be assured that 100% of your donation goes directly to the animals. Every bit truly does help, and with your monthly donation, lives will be saved.

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We are so appreciative of your financial support. 

 

 

 

 

Monthly Donations

Sponsorships (coming soon)

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Your Donation Provides...

$5 – A toy or a blanket for an animal that has never had one

$10 – provides a rabies vaccine, booster shots, worming medication or a microchip 

$15 – provides a heartworm test, antibiotics, litter for a month, or a bed for a cat to curl into

$20 – could pay for grooming, medication, cat food, a dog bed, or a week of boarding for an animal that we save from a kill shelter’s euthanasia list

$25 – pays for a blood test, x-rays, fluid treatment, dog food or a small crate needed to transport a litter of kittens to safety.

$40 – sponsors our weekly transport from kill shelters in southern Illinois to Chicago area animal rescue groups

$50 – provides for an entire series of immunizations, a large crate, heartworm and flea/tick preventative, or to spay or neuter a pet which is the #1 way to prevent homeless animals

$75 – sponsors the first month for a healthy kitten

$100 – sponsors the first month for a healthy puppy

$200 – provides a medical visit to a specialist

$500 – pays for a surgery or a parvo treatment

$850 – a two week, boot camp professional training session for a dog with behavioral issues

$1,000 – would allow a very sick animal to have needed life-saving surgery