P.O. Box 1964
Evanston, Illinois 60204
Contents Copyright © C.A.R.E.
Community Animal Rescue Effort (C.A.R.E.™)
is an all volunteer organization that works in conjunction with
Evanston's municipal Animal Shelter to find homes for the unwanted and
abandoned animals that are brought to the shelter. Since our inception
in 1987, C.A.R.E. has been responsible for the adoption of thousands of
dogs and cats that would have otherwise been euthanized. C.A.R.E.
provides medical treatment and conducts all adoptions for the shelter
more about C.A.R.E. here.
Strut for Strays™
Saturday, May 11
you to everyone who turned out for the 18th Strut for Strays. It was
wonderful to see so many former CARE dogs and adopters!
The morning started out with mild temperatures and dappled sunshine, which was great for walking.
Photos are online here.
Dog Wash I
Saturday, June 22
We'll wash your dogs and clip their nails in order to
raise money for the shelter animals. On shelter grounds (2310 Oakton)
from 9 am to 2 pm. Don't miss the ReTail Market of new and gently used pet items!
$10 - Wash and Towel Dry
$10 - Nail Trimming
Parking Notice: Please
park in the PetSmart parking lot (near the street) and cross at the
Evanston Subaru in Skokie Forester
Test Drive Promotion
Now through July 31st
C.A.R.E. will receive $25 for anyone who identifies themselves as a C.A.R.E. supporter and test drives a Subaru Forester at Evanston Subaru in Skokie between now and July 31st!
3340 Oakton St
Skokie, IL 60076
Care for C.A.R.E. Comic
C.A.R.E. supporter Joey designed and produced this comic book for his
Bar Mitzvah project. Care for C.A.R.E. tells the story of a dog who
came to C.A.R.E. and got adopted. He sold the comic book and donated
the profits (nearly $1500) to C.A.R.E.
Thank you, Joey!
Download a PDF of Joey's comic here.
updated the Low Cost Vet Info for 2013. Click here for details
recent issues of our Pawprints
for dog and cat treats and more. On
sale for a minimum $15 donation to C.A.R.E., the cookbook can be
purchased at the Evanston Animal Shelter during adoption hours
(Mon-Thurs 6-8 p.m., Sat-Sun noon-4 p.m.) or online through the link
(please ask for donation credit to C.A.R.E. if purchasing online).
the Illinois Pet Friendly License
from these plates goes into a pet overpopulation fund to provide money
for spaying and neutering Illinois Companion animals.
more information, visit the Illinois Secretary of State website.
you for your interest in our organization.