Nope, she's still here. Bummer. I had to check because we've had SOOOO many adoptions lately that I can hardly keep track.
So, her name is Angelique and she's been here at the shelter since like February. That's a long, long time. Here's my One True Love, Angelina:
This thing that I want to talk to you about is the Rescue Community. Oh, hey, check that out...now that I type it out, I think the correct term for this thing is community. It's right there in the term.
DuPage County Animal Care and Control wouldn't be able to do what we do wihout the support of the rescue community. Are you guys following The Friends of DuPage County Animal Care and Control on Facebook? If you are, some of this will be old news to you, but stick with me.
This is What Kristie L. posted on the Friends of ... Facebook page recently:
See all those exclaimation points? That's how you know what a solid thing ARF-Illinois and Strays Halfway House did. We get kittens like crazy around here. You wouldn't believe the number of kittens we take in. And because of our rescue partners, we can give fresh starts to even more kittens.
A half dozenof the kittens that went to the rescues was this family:
Do you see that look on Mom cat's face? That look says "DCACC is great and all, but I would SOOOO much rather be caring for these little miracles in a foster home." Because of our rescue partners, she got her wish.