CISAR, No-Kill Shelter Needs Help
The 18 year old No-Kill shelter currently houses 48 dogs and 52 cats, and has low cost vet clinic for the community, helping those in need to keep their pets healthy and home. CISAR dogs take mobile adoption bus twice a week for classes with an illinois State University dog behaviorist specialist. CISAR also works with the University of Illinois Spay-Neuter mobile unit, which visits the shelter twice a month .
CISAR saves animals from Chicago Animal Control, Anti-cruelty Society, and kill facilities from all over the country, including natural disasters. A vital animal shelter in central illinois, CISAR's life-saving impact is local and far reaching for animals in need of good care and good homes
Sincerely cisar no-kill staff