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We are now an Adoption Center and no longer accept stray animals.If you need to report a stray animal or suspect abuse, you must contact Saint Clair County Animal Control at: 618-235-0585.We do take Owner turn-ins.Please call first for available kennel space.Adoption fees are:$95.00 for a canine and $85.00 for a feline.

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There is an additional fee of $25.00 (for dogs and cats) payable to the veterinarian for spaying/neutering.If the pet you are looking for has already found a family, please consider one of the other wonderful pets who need you.1301 S.11th St.Rd.Belleville, IL.62223 618-235-3712 We are located east of Our Lady of The Snows Shrine on South 11th Street Road (just off IL.RT.15) From Rt.15 West, go Left at 11th Street.

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inmate searchBAHS is the first building on the right.From Rt.15 East, go Right at 11th Street.BAHS is the first building on the right.Spay/Neuter Fund (assists with the cost of spaying and neutering) and our General Fund (used for general operations of the shelter).We are currently in desperate need of other items: Purina Puppy and Kitten chow Rawhides TOYS TOO!
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(to keep us from getting soooo bored!) blankets, towels, and comforters All of the pets and the workers at the shelter, want to thank everyone who has donated supplies and gifts to keep us going.
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A big THANK YOU to our staff members who continue to donate much needed items for our animals daily care.
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We use Patented Kuranda Dog Beds because they are durable, chew proof and easy to clean.If you would like to donate a bed to us, click here.
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To volunteer at the shelter, come to the volunteer orientation on Sundays at 1:00.

Ages 13 to 15 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.GDC tracy mcgrady wedding pics.
You can teach him to sit,but he already knows how to love.
Thank you for all your hardwork and dedication Manager: Katie DeBonis Kennel Manager: Kim Watson Office Worker;Kelly Pruet Devoted animal handlers: Kim Watson, Jennifer Obst Lynn Shelton C.
J.Pees These are the people who give their blood,sweat & tears and a lot of the time, their money, to take care of these beautiful creatures.
You are to be commended.Thank you all for your endless efforts,love & devotion.
We are forever gratefull for all of your sacrifices.Belleville Area Humane Society 1301 South 11th Street Road Belleville IL 62223 Phone: 618-235-3712 Email: bahsmail@sbcglobal.
Pets Are Worth Saving, Inc.(P.A.W.S.) - Anna Belleville Area Rescue for K-9's (B.
A.R.K.) - Belleville (Dogs Only) Pet Project Inc.- Grand Ridge Recycling Animals In Need (R.
A.I.N.) - Hinckley The Dog P.E.N.(Public Education Network) - Jacksonville CatNap from the Heart Inc.
- LaGrange Park (Cats Only) Refuge for Saving the Wildlife, Inc.
- Northbrook (Birds Only) Homeless Animal Rescue Team of IL (H.
A.R.T.) - Plainfield (Dogs Only) Home for Endangered and Lost Pets (HELP) - St.
Charles Southern Star Minpin Rescue Inc.- Crystal Lake Midwest Labrador Retriever Rescue Inc.
- Mount Prospect Missing Pet Center - Chicago - a Greater Chicagoland area service that was created for the sole purpose of quickly reuniting lost pets with their owners.
Please add your shelter or rescue group to the directory.Death, divorce, financial crisis, onset of illness or allergy, a new apartment that doesn't allow pets - all these are reasons why even the most loving owners sometimes have to say goodbye.
It is important to consider your options as many no-kill shelters are full.
Please scroll down to learn more about pet adoption in Belleville, IL listed below.3120 North Illinios St.
Swansea, IL (618) 709-4237 3120 North Illinios St.Swansea, IL 62226 10% Military Discount on veterinary services with valid Military ID.
Is the fur flying at your house?Schedule a Furminator treatment with our grooming department and reduce shedding by up to 80%.
Save $5 off your first Furminator treatment!136 North Meramec St.
Louis, MO (314) 884-8964 136 North Meramec St.Louis, MO 63105 Call today to schedule an appointment for your pet!
Putting a pet up for adoption can be a very painful experience.
Death, divorce, financial crisis, onset of illness or allergy, a new apartment that doesn’t allow pets -- all these are reasons why even the most loving owners sometimes have to say goodbye.
But there are more and less responsible ways of giving up a pet.
Laurie Bleier, the director of the Brooklyn Animal Foster Network , a grassroots no-kill foster and adoption service that currently has close to 500 families in its roster, offers these tips to ensure that the animal will find a safe, happy home—even if it’s not yours.
Don’t assume that a dog can be placed in a no-kill shelter; most no-kill facilities are so full that they can't accept pets, but instead save their precious resources for abandoned animals or those already on the euthanasia list.
Do place posters in the offices of local veterinarians, the humane society or animal shelter if they will allow it.
Place a local ad on CraigsList.com.Local placement means a smoother transition for the pet.
Plus, it makes visiting easier.Don’t place an ad in the paper for a free dog or cat.
Undesirable responses might come from fighting dog trainers, who train dogs to be killers by using live animals as targets.
Do screen potential adopters very carefully.Find out if they've had pets before and why they want a new pet.
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William Dise, AA Denver Regional Director, arranged a phenomenal, but quick, mission through the First Ladies office of El Salvador for approximately 20 AAI members.
Two truckloads of aid were delivered to two separate facilities in Soyopango, El Salvador.
Airline Ambassadors has an extensive history in most of Latin America and especially in El Salvador.
On day one, members saw duty at the Airline Ambassadors development at a former junkyard named “Villa Kiwanis”.
These volunteers delivered and handed out aid to 200 families, formerly living in junk cars previously on the site.
The generous LDS shipment made the day.The First Ladies organization Famila Progresso provided the team with transportation, lodging, TV coverage and these pictures!
Villa Kiwanis residents originally came from one community, which was flattened by the 2001 earthquake.
With no where to go, they stuck together but wound up living in a “chaterrera” or junkyard filled with abandoned cars and trucks.
With partners Kiwanis El Salvador, Catholic Relief Service and Homes for the Heart Airline Ambassadors continues development of their community, which currently has a day care center, soccer ball field, basketball yard, school and is building a church.
On day two, our volunteers distributed aid to approximately 1,000 people at one of the First Ladies school facilities for disadvantaged children.
Distinguished service awards were presented to the Airline Ambassadors in a special ceremony that Ana Ligia Mixco Sol de Saca, First Lady of El Salvador arranged for the occasion.
American Airlines also deserved a heartfelt thanks.They employ many of us and they step up to the plate with deliveries when we need them!
We gave an official welcome to the new American Airlines country director Eduardo Pozo.
As is usual per such missions we were introduced to several people critically in need of assistance, as well as a whole community (Villa Kiwanis) in overdue need for a visit by a medical clinic.
We have arranged a medical mission to visit this community next month.
We discovered that a lady with a critical case of elephantiasis, who miraculously appeared at on of the facilities, was homeless with three children.
The First Lady arranged to give her a house and we are currently arranging medical care.
Thank you to the First Lady’s assistant - Lissalot de Mixco!
A 14 year old boy was shot in the stomach and is permanently paralyzed due to a severed spine from a shotgun blast.
He had been one of our best workers who helped during the construction of his community.
Another lady has a serious bone infection, another man has severe polio and needs a wheelchair and prosthetic leg.
We are currently arranging for this to happen.Leslie Sosnowski delivers new clothes from Fresh Produce.
Leslie coordinated  “Boulder Shares” – a conglomeration of groups from Boulder to support this mission.
  Their generous – and valuable - deliveries of new clothing made people feel like they were truly part of our contemporary global community.
One World Running was one of the more intriguing partners.Never take them up on a running bet – or a bet about how much they can deliver!
Enough cannot be said about how popular Sara was with everyone she met.
Danelle Lynn conducts art classes with the students.Soles United, sponsored by CROCS, were always so busy giving away their generous donations – and interacting with the crowds - that this is the only picture we have of them, a flurry of activity!
Thanks to William Dise, this Airline Ambassador mission was a phenomenal success for all partners.
Thank you LDS Charities, CROCS Soles United, Fresh Produce, One World Running, Wallaroo Hats, Instant Imprints and Boulder Country Day School.
Very special thanks also to the generous and professional staff of the First Lady of El Salvador, Ana Ligia Mixco Sol de Saca.
Her genuine and warm heart is always reflected upon her face.
Come to think of it, so are the other two faces.                                                                                                    Back to Stories From the Field...
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  Click here.Please access this link for a more comprehensive list of news articles and stories about Airline Ambassadors.
Airline Ambassadors missions hand-deliver humanitarian aid to children in orphanages, clinics and remote communities on 3 - 10 missions per month.
In recognizing the value of family to family relationships, we encourage families to join us and "Travel to Make a Difference," helping with global hunger, health, education, disaster relief or the environment.
  » Find Out More...Airline Ambassadors involves young people in our programs providing an exciting opportunity for them to learn, appreciate diversity, form cross-cultural friendships and grow in self esteem.
» Find Out More...Members, who are American Airlines' employees, volunteer their time to escort children-in-need to hospitals for donated medical care that their families cannot afford or is not available in their home countries.
Additionally, we also escort orphaned children from around the world to their new families.
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Local independence; which is the ultimate objective of any development or aid, is the cornerstone of our initiative.
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Climb aboard with Airline Ambassadors become a member today!Haiti is an independent Caribbean country which shares the island of Hispaniola with the Dominican Republic .
The Country gained its independence from the French in the year 1804.
The popular language there is Haitian Creole.French is the official language.
Many Haitians speak Spanish or English.Haiti is a very poor country, perhaps the poorest in this hemisphere.
That is not because the land is poor of natural resources, it is rather because of poor management of these resources.
Except for the recent upheavals by thugs or people whom they exploit, Haiti is normally very quiet, and the people there are very pleasant.
They are very hospitable.The land itself is truly beautiful.
The mountains are gorgeous, the sea is sparkling blue  and they furnish a magnificent view of tropical nature, which you cannot find anywhere else.
Our plan is to arrive in Haiti on July 28, 2008 and return either Saturday, August 2, or Monday August 4, 2008.
July 28: We arrive at Port-au-Prince and spent the night there.
July 29: We travel to Gonaives by rental transportation.July 30: We go to Mapou for food and supplies distribution.
We will explore the possibilities and founding a school there.We may erect a shade there to house the first class.
Another crew will be teaching basic computer skills.Aug 2:   Return to United States .
Anyone wishing to stay until Monday, August 4, will be welcome to do so.On Saturday, we may visit some sights in Petionville, and possibly go to the beach.
Then on Sunday, if you wish, we may visit some churches and do some additional sightseeing, or just rest.
to stay until Monday, we may decide to prolong the stay in Gonaives one more day, in order to do more work there.
We will need as much food as possible.We may bring food supplies from here or buy  some additional food items in Haiti .
AAI will help with the transportation.We need to carry as much as would be available to us, not only for children who would attending our school, but also for others who would come to the food distribution sights, or the educational sights.
some available to us for distribution, that would be most welcome.
We are looking for used computers and laptops for our computer skills classes.
Many young people are looking to acquire basic computer skills, or to improve their knowledge in the field You do not have to be an expert in anything.
Young and old are welcome.Minimum age: 17 years old, no maximum.
The accommodation for this trip is in one of the host families' house in Port-au-Prince and Gonaives .
We will be two or four in a room as the space permits.
As soon as you confirm with AAI that you wish to participate, secure your plane tickets.
You will find instructions in our section "To Participate on a Mission".The contribution for participation in this mission is $1,000 which covers everything except for the plane fare.
$ 800 for students.There have been some security concerns about Haiti recently.This is due to some uprisings caused by the food shortage in the country.
There has been a relative calm since.We do intend to provide some security assistance on the ground there.
We are hoping to get some security assistance from the government, and from our local people there if needs be.
Please contact us anytime if you need additional information.
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We are now an Adoption Center and no longer accept stray animals.
If you need to report a stray animal or suspect abuse, you must contact Saint Clair County Animal Control at: 618-235-0585.
We do take Owner turn-ins.Please call first for available kennel space.Adoption fees are:$95.
00 for a canine and $85.00 for a feline.There is an additional fee of $25.
00 (for dogs and cats) payable to the veterinarian for spaying/neutering.If the pet you are looking for has already found a family, please consider one of the other wonderful pets who need you.
1301 S.11th St.Rd.Belleville, IL.62223 618-235-3712 We are located east of Our Lady of The Snows Shrine on South 11th Street Road (just off IL.
RT.15) From Rt.15 West, go Left at 11th Street.BAHS is the first building on the right.
From Rt.15 East, go Right at 11th Street.BAHS is the first building on the right.
Spay/Neuter Fund (assists with the cost of spaying and neutering) and our General Fund (used for general operations of the shelter).
We are currently in desperate need of other items: Purina Puppy and Kitten chow Rawhides TOYS TOO!
(to keep us from getting soooo bored!) blankets, towels, and comforters All of the pets and the workers at the shelter, want to thank everyone who has donated supplies and gifts to keep us going.
A big THANK YOU to our staff members who continue to donate much needed items for our animals daily care.
We use Patented Kuranda Dog Beds because they are durable, chew proof and easy to clean.
If you would like to donate a bed to us, click here.To volunteer at the shelter, come to the volunteer orientation on Sundays at 1:00.
Ages 13 to 15 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.You can teach him to sit,but he already knows how to love.
Thank you for all your hardwork and dedication Manager: Katie DeBonis Kennel Manager: Kim Watson Office Worker;Kelly Pruet Devoted animal handlers: Kim Watson, Jennifer Obst Lynn Shelton C.
J.Pees These are the people who give their blood,sweat & tears and a lot of the time, their money, to take care of these beautiful creatures.
You are to be commended.Thank you all for your endless efforts,love & devotion.
We are forever gratefull for all of your sacrifices.Belleville Area Humane Society 1301 South 11th Street Road Belleville IL 62223 Phone: 618-235-3712 Email: bahsmail@sbcglobal.
Pets Are Worth Saving, Inc.(P.A.W.S.) - Anna Belleville Area Rescue for K-9's (B.
A.R.K.) - Belleville (Dogs Only) Pet Project Inc.- Grand Ridge Recycling Animals In Need (R.
A.I.N.) - Hinckley The Dog P.E.N.(Public Education Network) - Jacksonville CatNap from the Heart Inc.
- LaGrange Park (Cats Only) Refuge for Saving the Wildlife, Inc.
- Northbrook (Birds Only) Homeless Animal Rescue Team of IL (H.A.R.T.) - Plainfield (Dogs Only) Home for Endangered and Lost Pets (HELP) - St.
Charles Southern Star Minpin Rescue Inc.- Crystal Lake Midwest Labrador Retriever Rescue Inc.
- Mount Prospect Missing Pet Center - Chicago - a Greater Chicagoland area service that was created for the sole purpose of quickly reuniting lost pets with their owners.
Please add your shelter or rescue group to the directory.Death, divorce, financial crisis, onset of illness or allergy, a new apartment that doesn't allow pets - all these are reasons why even the most loving owners sometimes have to say goodbye.
It is important to consider your options as many no-kill shelters are full.
Please scroll down to learn more about pet adoption in Belleville, IL listed below.
3120 North Illinios St.Swansea, IL (618) 709-4237 3120 North Illinios St.
Swansea, IL 62226 10% Military Discount on veterinary services with valid Military ID.
Call today to schedule an appointment for your pet!136 North Meramec St.
Louis, MO (314) 884-8964 136 North Meramec St.Louis, MO 63105 Is the fur flying at your house?
Schedule a Furminator treatment with our grooming department and reduce shedding by up to 80%.
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Save $5 off your first Furminator treatment!Putting a pet up for adoption can be a very painful experience.Death, divorce, financial crisis, onset of illness or allergy, a new apartment that doesn’t allow pets -- all these are reasons why even the most loving owners sometimes have to say goodbye.But there are more and less responsible ways of giving up a pet.Laurie Bleier, the director of the Brooklyn Animal Foster Network , a grassroots no-kill foster and adoption service that currently has close to 500 families in its roster, offers these tips to ensure that the animal will find a safe, happy home—even if it’s not yours.

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