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Donors are asked to bring leashes, collars, crates and dog food to the station at 5151 N. Milwaukee Ave.
The ferals will just move the problem to another area, Charles Williams said, in response to alderman.
Omar Magana of OPEN Center for the Arts turned student chimpanzee art into four sculptures.
Found abandoned in Englewood, Nina is with a Lincoln Park family and could have a permanent home soon.
Kobe was 16, but had been ill and experiencing discomfort, according to Lincoln Park Zoo.
For the third straight year, Chicago gets named the rattiest city in the U.S.
The rabid bat was found in the 11700 block of South Bell Avenue, 19th Ward Ald. Matt O'Shea said.
Squirrels are at their most active in the fall, and will produce unintended consequences come spring.
Lincoln Park has spooky doings, and the Children's International Film Festival kicks off at Facets.
The two-year-old dog, Nina, was found in an alley in West Englewood.
Ald. Michele Smith said a spot at Clark and Belden is a "nest for rodents" that needs some concrete.
The protest planned at Park Pet Shop last weekend was rescheduled because of storms.
The owner of the Mount Greenwood pet shop said he, too, is appalled by puppy mills.
A black cat party the weekend of Halloween, with everyone dressing up as a black cat, is planned.
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