Champaign County Humane Society

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  2. Long time blog reader, "Auntie" Cindypup, sent a box of toys for our foster puppies. We let them play with those toys for the first time tonight and this is how it went...

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  3. Gracie Lou is a one year old Border Collie/Boxer mix. She's living in foster care because she's a bit timid at the shelter.

    Gracie Lou is available for adoption from the Champaign County Humane Society in Urbana, IL.

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  4. Alice and Ralph reunite with their brother Peter for a play date on August 17, 2010. The puppies are about 11 weeks old.

    See their story on our blog at http://pupsispups.blogspot.com.

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  5. Jack, a 4 year old Flat Coated Retriever Mix, is about ready to return to the shelter. Jack is a great dog...housebroken, good with people and other dogs, playful, calm...what many people want in a dog.

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Champaign County Humane Society

Tom Schaefges

The Champaign County Humane Society was established as a branch of the Illinois Humane Society in 1889 and chartered as the Champaign County Humane Society in 1903. Those early years were focused on fthe protection of animals and children. In 1951, a…


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The Champaign County Humane Society was established as a branch of the Illinois Humane Society in 1889 and chartered as the Champaign County Humane Society in 1903. Those early years were focused on fthe protection of animals and children. In 1951, a diverse group of local citizens who cared deeply about animals gathered together to establish our first animal shelter near Bondville, Illinois, and in June of 1988 we moved into our current shelter in Urbana.

Our name reflects our geographic location only. We are not a government body and we are not supported by tax dollars. We are not affiliated with any national organization. We do not receive funds from the United Way. We are an "open door" shelter and accept all animals needing shelter, regardless of age, physical condition or adoptability. As a local, not-for-profit charity, we exist through the generosity of many individuals and businesses and are supported by a community that cares.

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