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Every week Glen Ellyn Patch shares information on adoptable pets seeking homes.

Every week we bring you two pets looking for homes at area rescue groups. This week the pets are from Animal Rescue Foundation – IL. We welcome other animal shelters and rescue groups to contact us to participate in this weekly column. To participate, contact Glen Ellyn Local Editor Mary Ann Lopez.

Layla

Layla is a 12-week-old, buff colored sweetie who is being fostered with cats, dogs and children— and loves them all. She enjoys playing with all kinds of kitty toys and looking out the window from her perch on top of the cat tree, but she's always ready to cuddle up in your arms and purr and purr.  She is good with dogs, cats, kids and is up to date on her vaccines.

London

London is a super friendly 6 years young English bulldog that gets along with just about everyone! London has lots of love to give, and she will wiggle her wrinkly self in to your heart in no time! She needs to be in a home without small children. While she is very friendly and loving, she is an older dog and could be easily hurt by climbing children.

The Animal Rescue Foundation – IL (ARF) is a no-kill, volunteer based, nonprofit, dedicated to enriching the lives of animals that society has abandoned, rejected, and neglected. The organization does this through promoting responsible pet ownership. Animals are fostered at homes and the organization does not have a shelter.

Fees for adoption are: dogs: $200; puppies: $225; cats: $110; kittens: $125, front paw declawed adults cats $125 unless otherwise noted.

Contact the organization or inquire about a pet at 630-200-3828 or send them an e-mail at info@ARF-IL.org

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