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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals, Veterinary Services

Mission: The goals of the program are to prevent cruelty to animals, to promote the spaying & neutering and basic veterninary car of animals and to educate the general public.

Programs: The goals of the program are to prevent cruelty to animals, to promote the spaying & neutering and basic veterinary care of animals adn to educate other general public.

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


Rating: 4

I have volunteered for Prairieland Anti-Cruelty Program for several months, especially summers. Judy, the director and founder of the program is a delight and a pleasure to work with. She is always able and willing to help you learn (slowly and clearly) the specific tasks of caring for the shelter animals. The program has been around since 1994 and has helped, saved, and nurtured thousands of animals - so they must be doing something right.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 1

ME and my fiance had planned to get a cat we and our kids fell in love with we put in the application and was told to come the next day and get the cat. We went out and got all kind of cat items and such only to get an email from Judy saying the other Judy sold the cat after she already approved us. This is very unprofessional and bad business she sold it to someone whom walked in the store and wanted it, wow it was that easy and we filled out and application the day before and was told he was ours. I will be posting this on multiple website and facebook pages..

Review from Guidestar


Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 1

An employee of Prairieland Anti-Cruelty has been arrested for 19 counts of animal cruelty. http://www.wicd15.com/newsroom/top_stories/videos/wicd_vid_1590.shtml http://illinoishomepage.net/content/fulltext/?cid=125082 According to WCIA - Judy Smith was charged with animal cruelty after 19 cats and dogs were taken from her Urbana home. Police say they were living in horrible conditions and called it a possible hoarding situation. It turns out she is an employee of the Prairie-land Anti Cruelty Program. Animal control officers call this one of the worst cases they've ever seen.