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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.
Found on the farm five miles north of Wayne City (Shreve Farm): dark brown, two-tone coloring horse. Call 895-4695 and ask for Ellen....Read More »
Please help us find our cat….he is a male Bengal cat tan in color with brown markings. His name is Kian and he lives at Turner Sign Shop in Fairfield. He was last seen in the area of South First Street in Fairfield. He is a little skiddish and may...Read More »
Lost tan/white shit-zu female. Last seen Wednesday sept 3 near the cemetery in Springerton. Answers to the name of Ming-nah. She is a family pet and loved dearly. She has two girls whom love her so and are devastated. If you have seen or...Read More »
Our 5 month old female black lab went missing from residence near Enterprise off of 161. Please contact us by calling 618-843-7635....Read More »
Found, one mile north of Sims Crossroads, a black and brown male dog, one or two years old, well cared for, no ticks, not starving, has no collar. Please call 618-599-4740 if this is your dog!...Read More »
A small Rat Terrier has gotten loose in the area of Highway 45 just outside of Fairfield. He is white with black and brown markings and answers to the name of RJ. RJ is very very friendly and will go to anyone. If you...Read More »
Charlie is a small white Poodle/Bichon mix. He has a blue collar with tags. Charlie is all white and has only three feet. He was last seen in the Park Avenue area in Fairfield. If anyone has seen Charlie or knows his whereabouts, please...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.