C.A.R.E. Name: Angie
Angie first arrived at C.A.R.E. six years ago. She ran into an Evanston resident's house, was brought to the shelter, and we named her Claudette. She had a microchip from the Anti-Cruelty Society, so this was at least the second shelter she had passed through. We adopted her out to a family who unfortunately had to return her to C.A.R.E. over four years later.
Unfortunately, Angie didn't show well to potential adopters and remained at the shelter for almost two years. A fantastic C.A.R.E. volunteer decided to give Angie a chance to spend time out of the shelter and that's where Angie blossomed. Read Angie's story here.