And…action! Just throw a toy and I am ready to go! I am also not picky about the toy, rope, plush, tennis ball as long as I get to run around and have fun. I also already know quite a few commands: sit, come, paw, lay down and of course I am willing to learn more. Life would be boring otherwise. I had a family but the neighborhood had too many dogs and while I love people, I just didn’t care for all the dogs. My family said I am a wonderful dog and all I wanted to do was be with them…even with my big size, I am the perfect lap dog. So if you only want one big hunk of a family dog, I think we should meet…except I don’t drive, so you will have to come here so we can meet.

PS: Santa needs some help fulfilling some of our wishes so maybe you can help?

This big boy is about 5 years old, neutered, up-to-date on routine shots and rabies, heartworm negative and on preventative and microchipped.

December is our “New Leash on Life” promotion. During this month, the adoption fee is waived for all cats and dogs that have been here a year or longer, and that includes Homie. Our regular adoption procedures apply and the $12 rabies tag/registration fee will be charged for all Lake County residents.



Mama P.

I was able to raise my family in a great foster home. I loved meeting visiting guests because this meant extra petting, plus I’m just a social cat. I don’t even ask for permission to climb into someone’s lap if they are sitting. While I may play with the laser light for a little bit, I’m more of a laid-back cat.  When my foster mom would talk to me, I was always very polite and would answer with peeps and squeaks. She thought that was very endearing. My only complaint was that she had a dog, but hey some people love them and some, like me, don’t.

Coming back here has not done me much good since I would so much more prefer to be an only furry family member. I’m only a year old, so still a little bit of a kitten but with that wisdom that comes from having had a family and being homeless.

She is about a year old, spayed, up-to-date on routine shots (incl. rabies), tested negative for FIV and feline leukemia and microchipped.




Save-A-Pet Adoption Center
31664 North Fairfield Rd, Grayslake, IL 60030
Phone 847-740-7788
PO BOX 266, Grayslake, IL 60030




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