Jen Turriff via Crowdrise
December 15, 2011
BENEFITING: FRIENDS OF CHICAGO ANIMAL CARE AND CONTROL INC
Last night I saw a story on the news about a dog named Isis, a 10-year-old lab-shepard mix. Isis was let free by her owner after the woman realized that she could not have pets in her new residence. Soon after, Isis was attacked by a group of kids and severely beaten. She's been taken in to Chicago Animal Care and Control, but is now, understandably, terrified of humans. I read that many people have called to ask about Isis and have even offered to adopt her, and while I'm sure that Chicago ACC appreciates the support for Isis, there are more than 50 other dogs at the shelter that need just as much help. That's why I've decided to start a fundraiser for Isis and her new friends and Chicago Animal Care and Control. Please help me raise money, dog food, blankets, towels, supplies, and toys for these animals in need. If this fundraiser is successful, hopefully we can work towards assisting other local shelters! Thank you for your support!