About

For homeless, abused, or neglected animals, Safe House is a beacon of hope, a place for second chances, a warm spot to rest tired heads, to heal wounds and start anew. We are a no-kill rescue group in LaSalle County, Illinois. We assist pets, and the people who love them – focusing on LaSalle county, also serving Bureau, Putnam and Lee counties with occasional rescues from urban Animal Control facilities.

Safe House Animal Rescue League is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization run exclusively by dedicated volunteers.

We focus on rescuing at-risk pets, adopting these pets into loving homes, practicing Trap Neuter Return as the humane and effective solution to community cats, and offering impounded feral cats a second chance at life as working mousers through our Barn Cat Program. Safe House is a no-kill organization where no pets are ever euthanized for space.

Since 2008, we have spayed or neutered many local cats through spay/neuter assistance programs, and we save hundreds more annually through our progressive adoption programs. Safe House is a foster home based rescue; our pets live in home environments with volunteer families until they are adopted. This prepares them for a successful transition to your home and allows us to know each pet as an individual.

Please get involved and help save more lives – volunteer, foster, donate.

Safe House Animal Rescue League officers:
Jody Lund, President                                    Lindy Eden, Vice President
Stefanee Troutman, Secretary                      Kristen Kurrle, Treasurer

2011 Annual Report
2012 Annual Report

2013 Annual Report

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