Fox Valley Animal Welfare League
Rating: 5 stars 2 2 reviews 376
11 John St North Aurora IL 60542 USA
Fox valley animal welfare league is an organization committed to caring for and promoting the adoption of lost, unwanted, and abused companion animals. We advocate for compassionate and humane treatment of these animals by implementing programs and promoting the reduction of pet overpopulation and responsibility among pet owners and children in the community. We adhere to the highest ethical standards and are dedicated to creating a community environment that eliminates the euthanasia of healthy adoptable pets.
The league provides spaying and neutering services along with other such services as pet food clinics for owners and sponsors various pet wellness clinics throughout the community. During 2014 these services were provided to over 350 animals.
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This clinic's mission is to reduce or eliminate overpopulation of domestic cats, dogs, and rabbits. They spay or neuter and vaccinate animals at very low cost. The clinic is extremely clean, professional, and efficient. They will also accept feral cats in cages and neuter them. The Director, Rich Glessner, is on duty helping unload and load up animals. Most staff are volunteer. Easy to get to off I-88, Rte 31, in North Aurora.
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Over the years the FVAWL has evolved and I really like the direction they are going. Helping to spay and neuter as many pets as possible in our area is wonderful. Also having the pet food pantry for those that are having trouble in these economic times is a great way to evolve. Good job FVAWL and thanks!
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