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Animal Care and Control

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Jefferson Park »

Donors are asked to bring leashes, collars, crates and dog food to the station at 5151 N. Milwaukee Ave.

Morgan Park »

Studies have shown there is a correlation between animal cruelty and domestic abuse, police said.

Lincoln Square »

Coyotes in Winnemac Park became aggressive because people are feeding them, officials said.

Lincoln Square »

Animal Care and Control is monitoring Winnemac Park, where coyotes were trapped over the weekend.

Pilsen »

The measure by Ald. Ray Lopez (15th) seeks to save all healthy dogs and cats.

Pilsen »

It will cost just $65 to adopt a dog, cat, puppy or kitten. 

North Center »

What should you do if there's a deer in your yard? Don't call Animal Care and Control.

Morgan Park »

Ald. Matt O'Shea says he's been flooded with calls about raccoons over the last two weeks.

Beverly »

Watch out for bats that are active by day, unable to fly, easily approached or on your lawn.

Little Village »

Animal Control is asking for help in giving its dogs a turkey dinner and warm blanket for Christmas.

Downtown »

Don't abandon your "exotic" pets. Instead, here's what you should do with turtles, snakes and reptiles.

Morgan Park »

The seventh annual dog walk begins at 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the police station in Morgan Park.

Rogers Park »

A woman found the dead bat on her living room floor Sunday morning, she said.

West Rogers Park »

Neighbors held pillows under the window to save other cats inside. City workers later rescued 11 cats.

Mt. Greenwood »

Social media lit up on Tuesday as several cows were spotted outside their pasture in Mount Greenwood.