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If you are missing a pet, contact the Wayne County Humane Society at 847-4012 so they can keep a lookout for your pet. They are now open Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Visit www.arfcares.org or call 618-599-7249 to request $20 cat/dog spay/neuter discount coupons if you’re a LOW INCOME Wayne County, IL resident.
Lost is a male, black lab mix that has white markings on his chest. He answers to the name of Spike and was last seen in the Crossville area. If anyone know the whereabouts or has seen Spike, please call us at 618-966-3672!!...Read More »
CELL PHONE FOUND!!! If you have lost your cell phone, please call
WFIW at 618-842-2159 extension 849!!...Read More »
Lost from 100 Delaware Street in Fairfield…..13 week old gray kitten answers to the name of Noodles. Noodles is wearing a flea collar. There is a $20 reward. If you have seen or know where Noodles is, please call 618-599-6833....Read More »
Missing on Co. Highway 12 just off the curve north of Wayne City. Collar was found next to the concrete slab that used to be Star Church. Her name is Lilly and she is a 6mo. old golden white poodle/ terrier mix. If anyone has any information please call...Read More »
Found on Spring Street in Fairfield: (Friday, November 21) A black and gray poodle with a long, leather collar. Call 599-0570....Read More »
Our Buddy is lost! Buddy is a black and white border collie and is wearing a bright orange reflective color. He was last seen just north of the Elm River Christmas Tree Farm on CH 2 (Mt. Erie blacktop approx. 2 miles east of...Read More »
Missing dog from highway about a mile past the WFIW radio station. Answers to the name “Hunter” and has a red harness on. He is chipped for identification. If found please call 618-842-7149 or 599-2894!! Thank you...Read More »
The caring members of Animals Requesting Friends (ARF) remind you to protect your pets from winter weather. Outdoor dogs & cats need suitable shelter to keep them warm, dry & free of frostbite or death. Straw is the best bedding. It helps generate heat. Blankets only retain moisture, become wet & freeze, chilling rather than insulating your pet. Dog & cat shelters should also face the south and be secured with bricks or blocks to prevent rolling. If your pet doesn’t have proper shelter, a FREE straw-stuffed plastic barrel can be provided for your pet thanks to ARF’s “Roof Over Your Woof” Program & materials generously donated by Larry & Susie Rich of Rich Agri Distributors in Wayne City & Howard & Beverly Tanner at Fairfield Produce. To contact ARF’s “Roof Over Your Woof” Program, call 618-842-2241. ARF’s shelters are not permanent structures & should only be used temporarily until they can be replaced by insulated homes. Pets should be indoors during weather advisories & extreme temperatures. Illinois law requires that pets have proper shelter, fresh water & food. ARF encourages the public to contact ARF’s Humane Investigator at 618-599-7249 or your local police department to report pets that are not adequately protected from the elements to help prevent numerous cases of unnecessary suffering this winter. Reports are kept confidential. To contribute to ARF’s “Roof Over Your Woof” Program, please mail your donation to ARF, P.O. Box 324, Fairfield, IL 62837 or visit www.arfcares.org. ARF is a not-for-profit 501c3 organization. Your donation is tax deductible.